Tuition with Transfer Credit

Transfer Credit Guide Estimator

Already have a head start on college credit? Good for you! Maybe you've taken courses at another college. Platt College has a favorable, fair transfer credit policy, and transfer tools that are easy to use to help you estimate what transfer credit may be accepted.

Platt College's Transfer Credit Guide is a helpful online tool that allows you to search for course equivalencies. Use the Transfer Credit Guide to find out how applicable undergraduate credits you completed at another college or university will possibly transfer to Platt College. If you have questions, you can find answers in the Transfer Credit Guide FAQ.

If a college or university is not listed in the Transfer Credit Guide Estimator Chart, you cannot find a specific undergraduate course or the course is not listed for the term you completed it, it does not mean the course will not transfer to Platt College. The course may not have been evaluated yet, and you may request a transfer course evaluation.

Program cost listed is the cost of tuition except for General Education courses.  Note: students may transfer 50% of the total program total.  Platt College’s BSN program is 184.5 quarter credit hours, which means a student may transfer no more than 92 quarter credit hours. 

Transfer credit must be applicable and must meet Policy 02:14:00.  Individuals receiving transfer credit for nursing (NSG) courses must successfully pass the corresponding ATI assessment(s) if applicable (see Policy 02:15:00 Pass to Progress).

Estimated Price with Transfer Credits of General Education That Meet Policy

$388.50 per quarter credit hour

Tuition Costs with Maximum Allowable Transfer Credit = $38,850 without transfer credit fees*

*Transfer credit review is a one-time cost of $50.00.  If transfer credit is accepted according to Policy 02:14:00, then the fee to transfer credit per quarter credit hour is $75.00.  Course retakes are calculated at the current full tuition rate for any and all courses (including didactic, laboratory, clinical, and simulation) if repeated.