Transfer and Articulation Agreements Make Your Education Work For You
You may be looking to transfer to Beal University from a technical institute or from another university. Learn more about transferring to or from Beal University and the different articulation agreements that we honor.
Transferring to Beal University
Beal University may grant credit for previous training from another school. Students applying for advanced credit because of previous training will be evaluated by our admissions department. The student will also have to submit an official transcript from their previous school documenting their hours and grades.
Any student who wants to submit transcripts from a foreign country for consideration of credit transfer is required to provide a translation of those transcripts performed by a certified academic translator.
Transferring from Beal University
Put your coursework to work for you! If you are planning on transferring from Beal University to another educational provider, we hold transfer agreements with Maine colleges and universities. All transcripts will be reviewed on an individual basis to assess transferability.
We have transfer agreements with the following colleges and universities:
- Husson University
- Saint Joseph’s College
- Thomas College
Articulation Agreements with Maine High School and Technical Centers
Credit may be awarded to qualified applicants for all or some courses that they have completed. For more information, please contact the Beal University Admissions Office.
Beal University holds articulation agreements with the following Maine high school technical centers:
- Capital Area Technical Center
- Caribou Technical Center
- Hancock County Technical Center
- Mid-Coast School of Technology
- Tri-County Technical Center
- United Technologies Center
- Waldo County Technical Center
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