For many prospective or returning students, previous college credits may be transferable into a UD degree they’re considering. Academic advisors from the Professional and Continuing Studies ACCESS Center can provide an unofficial evaluation of your previous college coursework to help you develop an educational plan.
Are you considering . . .
- A campus-based UD degree program?
- An online degree program (Associate in Arts Online or RN-to-BSN or RN-to-MSN)
Transcript evaluation for campus-based UD degree program
Academic advisors can provide unofficial transcript evaluations for students considering pursuing a degree at the University of Delaware.
Follow these instructions:
Students who wish to have their previous college coursework evaluated may contact the ACCESS Center at 302-831-7600 or 1-866-820-0238 (toll-free) to schedule an in-person or telephone appointment.
Transcripts should be emailed or faxed to the ACCESS Center at least 48 business hours prior to the appointment:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax: 302-831-2789
University of Delaware Transfer Credit Matrix—a resource to identify potential transfer credit and associated University of Delaware course equivalents from completed course work at other academic institutions.
Transcript evaluation for online degree program
Before applying for admission to the Associate in Arts Online or online RN-to-BSN or RN-to-MSN students may wish to receive an unofficial transcript evaluation. Contact the ACCESS Center at 302-831-7600 or 1-866-820-0238 (toll-free), or by writing to Michelle Parnell at email@example.com.
To request an unofficial evaluation of your previously earned college credits, please complete the following form. You must include transcripts from all colleges previously attended.
- Unofficial Transcript Evaluation Request form (1-page PDF)
After the request form and all accompanying materials have been received, an unofficial evaluation will be completed within approximately two weeks (allow additional time during peak registration periods). Students may arrange for an in-person or telephone appointment to discuss their unofficial evaluation results.