Transfer Credit Equivalencies
Rocky Mountain Colleges regularly accepts college-level undergraduate transfer credits earned at other accredited institutions. We also award non-traditional credit, such as AP (Advanced Placement), CLEP, and military credit. For policies and posting timeframes, see Transfer and Non-traditional Credits.
Transfer students are encouraged to apply for admission. Our transfer coordinator will evaluate your transcripts to determine how your coursework fits into a graduation plan. For more information, contact Shannon Ryan at 406.657.1184 or email@example.com.
Incoming first-year students with dual-enrollment or other types of college credit, have your college transcript sent to Admissions, 406.657.1026. A high school transcript is not sufficient. Let your admissions counselor know if your college coursework might result in different placement for you in English, math, or another subject.
Currently attending students, pending grads, or re-admitted students, contact the Office of Student Records regarding transferring credits back to RMC at 406.657.1030 or StudentRecords@rocky.edu.
Core Curriculum (General Education) Transfer Information
Core Curriculum Equivalency Guidelines
Download Core Curriculum General Course Information (pdf) to see how transfer courses are typically applied toward core curriculum (general education) requirements at Rocky Mountain College.
For information about courses approved for core curriculum requirements from colleges in Montana, Wyoming, and other states that many of our transfer students have attended, please contact Shannon Ryan at 406.657.1184 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
AP (Advanced Placement) Credit for Core Curriculum
Download the RMC AP Credit-Granting Policy (pdf) to see how AP credit applies toward core curriculum (general education) requirements. Note: AP Credit is awarded after the student has successfully completed one semester at RMC and may not be used to fulfill program or placement requirements in math or English. Faculty approval is required to apply AP credit toward requirements in a major or minor.