Franklin University Offers Pre-Application Transfer Credit Information: Courses & Programs, Money Saved, Time to Degree
At a time when enrollment concerns are mounting, the importance of adding new transfer students is increasing at many colleges and universities. But few schools boost recruitment efforts by letting potential transfer students get key information before they decide to submit an application for admission. Franklin University is different.
Most schools don’t make it especially easy for people trying to pick a transfer school to get information in 3 key areas in advance of an application that Franklin covers:
- Which of my courses will actually transfer into a degree program at your school?
- What will it cost me to finish my degree with you?
- How long will it take me to graduate?
Answer the most important question before an admission application…
For most people the first and most critical question is learning what courses they have already completed will transfer for degree credit in a particular major. Courses that “transfer” but don’t count for general education or a specific major don’t mean much.
Schools that make people wait until after they have been admitted to get the answer to this question are not serious about recruiting tranfer students. Period.
Start by telling Franklin the school(s) where you have earned credits. Move along from that point to picking your programs of interest from among the ones that Franklin offers. If you don’t see what you want, stop there. If Franklin has your program you’ll end up knowing how much time it will take you with your tranfer credits to complete a Franklin degree. Time, as they say, is money.
The transfer info website at Franklin has been active for several years. If you visited it on a smartphone when it first appeared you got a message that you had best move to a large screen device to more easily fill in the forms. Things have changed since then. Now, if you wish, you can complete the process on a mobile phone. Nice.
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See how one university makes it as easy as possible for potential transfer students to get key data before applying when you visit “My Transfer Credit” at Franklin University.
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