Through your military training and experience, you have earned potential college credits that may help you complete your degree. Grand Canyon University wants to make it as easy as possible for students to transfer their military credits to a college degree. GCU’s military university counselors can help you with obtaining unofficial copies of college transcripts and military service transcripts, as well as with determining how to transfer your military training to college credits. Read on to find out more about how to transfer military credits at GCU:
Fill Out Military Forms
Through our website, you can access several forms for applying your military credits to Grand Canyon University. The available forms include the Application for Benefits Form 22-1990, Change of Program Form 22-1995, Application for Survivors & Dependents 22-5490 and Change of Program for Survivor & Dependents 22-5495. Work with a military university counselor to help ensure that your forms are completed properly.
Visit Our Transfer Center
As a hub for students planning to transfer to Grand Canyon University, you can take advantage of valuable resources and information that can make the transfer process smoother at the GCU Transfer Center. Our transfer guides, for example, can help you determine what credits can be applied to the degree program of your choice. Also, our course equivalency guides can make it easy to see how courses you’ve already taken will be accepted by GCU.
Fill Out a Lopes Credit Evaluation
If you want to find out how many of your current credits, including those you have earned from your military training and experience, will transfer to GCU for your chosen degree, the Lopes Credit Evaluation can be invaluable. After submitting your Lopes Credit Evaluation, a specialist will examine your past transcripts and can then help you through each step of the transfer process.
Are you interested in learning more about transferring your military credits to Grand Canyon University? If so, then take a look at our website or click the Request More Information button at the top of the page to be contacted by a military university counselor.
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