Misericordia University's credit transfer policies allow students to maximize the credits they've earned to stay on track for their graduation.
Any student entering the University with an associate's degree in a field related to their intended major at Misericordia will normally not be required to complete more than 66 credits to earn their bachelor's degree. This policy typically allows students to complete their degree in two years time. Further, if you have an AAS degree in a technical field, we'll accept the entire degree, allowing you to receive a BS in professional studies in 66 credits.
To help maximize credit transferability, Misericordia University has formal articulation agreements with Luzerne County Community College, Lackawanna College, Lehigh Carbon Community College and Northampton Community College as well as specific programmatic agreements with Johnson College (in Medical Imaging), Keystone College (in Medical Imaging and Nursing), Lackawanna College (in Communications and Sport Management), Lehigh-Carbon Community College (in Information Technology and Occupational Therapy) and Luzerne County Community College (in Communications, Occupational Therapy, Sport Management, Information Technology and Medical Imaging).
Misericordia also offers a special financial award for any full-time student transferring from Keystone College, Lackawanna College and Luzerne County Community College. If you are thinking about transferring to Misericordia from one of these institutions, contact us, and we'll help you make the transition.
Are you considering transferring from Lackawanna College to Misericordia University? If so, please review our Lackawanna College Transfer Guide below for more information about the transferring process.
The purpose of this guide is to assist students who attend Lackawanna College and eventually transfer to Misericordia University.
In order to obtain a degree at Lackawanna College and transfer as many credits as possible, please use this guide along with your LC catalog and a Misericordia catalog to plan accordingly. If you are seriously considering a transfer to Misericordia University, we strongly advise you to see your transfer counselor at LC and to subsequently make an appointment with the Admissions Office at Misericordia University.
Are you considering transferring from Luzerne County Community College to Misericordia University? If so, check out the pages below for more information on our transferring process.
The purpose of this guide is to assist students who attend Luzerne County Community College and eventually transfer to Misericordia University. In order to obtain a degree at LCCC and transfer as many credits as possible, please use this guide along with your LCCC catalog and a Misericordia catalog to plan accordingly. If you are seriously considering a transfer to Misericordia University, we strongly advise you to see your transfer counselor at LCCC and to subsequently make an appointment with the Admissions Office at Misericordia University.Please use the links to the left to navigate through the LCCC Transfer Guide.
For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at (570) 674-6461
The reverse transfer agreement between Luzerne County Community College and MU seeks to identify and provide the mechanism for students to transfer from MU to LCCC credits such students previously earned from MU and apply such credits towards applicable LCCC degree requirements. LCCC will evaluate these credits and when LCCC determines that all requirements are met, LCCC shall award such students an associate degree.
Misericordia students who have earned a minimum of 30 credits at LCCC are eligible to have corresponding Misericordia credits transfer back to LCC with the intention of fulfilling the remaining requirements for an associate degree. Misericordia will provide transcripts to participants in this agreement at no charge to the student. Interested students should contact Rosana Reyes, Vice President of Enrollment Management at LCCC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Luzerne County Community College (LCCC) and Misericordia University (MU) have entered into a Dual Admission Agreement to facilitate the transfer of LCCC students to MU. Under the Dual Admission Agreement, LCCC students will be guaranteed admission into one of 15 parallel articulated Bachelor's Degree program with third year (junior) status at MU . To be eligible, students must graduate from LCCC with an Associate Degree with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0. If applying to the Nursing major at Misericordia, LCCC graduates would be required to hold a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.75., and sign the Dual Admission agreement within their first 30 credits at LCC. While both full-time and part-time students in articulated programs are eligible for dual admission, additional scholarship dollars are available to full time students.
Students in the following programs are eligible for Dual Admission: LCCC to Misericordia University
|AA in Humanities||BA Philosophy|
|AAS Journalism and Media Writing||BA Communications|
|AA in Humanities||BA History|
|AS in Social Science||BA in Government, Law and National Security|
|AS in Social Science||Bachelor of Social Work|
|AS in Social Science||BS Applied Behavioral Sciences|
|AS in Social Science||BA History|
|AS in Business Administration||BS in Business Administration|
|AS in Accounting||BS in Accounting|
|AAS in Human Services||BS in Applied Behavioral Sciences|
|AAS in Criminal Justice||BS in Government, Law and National Security|
|AS Humanities||BA English|
|AS Humanities||BS in Psychology|
|AS in Nursing*||BS in Nursing*|
Additionally, all LCCC AS degrees are eligible for dual admission to MU's BS in Professional Studies. All above stated programs require a minimum grade point average of 2.0, with the exception of the BS in Nursing, which requires a minimum gpa of 2.75 *with valid RN license. To apply for dual admission into one of the programs listed above, click the following link:https://studentportal.luzerne.edu/dualadmission/
For more information on Dual Admission, contact Glenn Bozinski, Director of Admissions at email@example.com.