We are excited that you are interested in transferring to Pennsylvania Highlands Community College. We know that a major concern is if and how previous coursework and experiences are going to transfer. Our Registrar’s Office will work with you in evaluating your transfer courses.
Use this information as a guide in planning your transfer. If you need further help, please contact the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 814.262.6439.
Official transcripts showing previous college work must be submitted directly to our Registrar’s Office at 101 Community College Way, Johnstown, PA 15904. Credit can be granted only for those courses which are listed in our College Catalog and that match the requirements of the program in which you are enrolled. Once the evaluation is complete, notification of credit transfer will appear on your Penn Highlands transcript.
The following downloadable PDFs contain lists of courses that have previously transferred in from the institutions noted below. This is NOT a complete list of transfer courses. Please contact the Registrar’s Office with questions or to request the evaluation of a class. You can contact the Registrar’s Office at 814.262.6439 or email@example.com.
- Allegany College of Maryland
- Indiana University of Pennsylvania
- Mount Aloysius College
- Saint Francis University
- University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
Penn Highlands participates in the PA Transfer and Articulation Center (PA TRAC)
PA TRAC provides a website that enables students to search for equivalent courses across all of the community colleges in Pennsylvania, all of the PA State System of Higher Education Colleges and Universities (PASSHE), and some additional institutions that have opted into this program. While this is NOT a complete list of all courses, it’s a great place to begin researching.
For students who have completed a career and technology program, Penn Highlands will accept up to 15 credits of technical electives applied to the Small Business Management Associate of Applied Science program. New students should contact their Admissions Counselor to begin the evaluation and transfer process, while current students may contact the Registrar’s Office directly for guidance.
In addition, Pennsylvania Highlands has agreements with several local career and technology centers that provide credits into a number of majors. Click here for a complete list of program and course transfer agreements.
Not all learning is done in the classroom. Did you know that you could earn college credit for work or life experience? By using College Credit Fast Track, current and prospective students will get help with earning college credit at Penn Highlands or one of Pennsylvania’s Community Colleges based on prior work or life experience. Credit can be awarded for:
- Training programs
- Military service
- Independent study
- Community service
- Completing free online courses
College Credit Fast Track will help you find the right course to petition for credit, put you in contact with an advisor, and assist you with building your e-portfolio and sending it to an assessor for review. Click here to learn more.