Transfer Credits & Military Credits
Le Moyne is a Military-Friendly school and as such will accept credits from other colleges as well as from whatever branch of the military you may have served in. What credits will transfer is dependent upon what program of study that you’re interested in as well as what courses you’ve taken.
- The Army uses the AARTS system, which automatically captures your academic credits from military training, and standardized tests. The AARTS system is available to enlisted soldiers only. Army Officers must use the form DD 295 (Application for Evaluation of Learning) to report their military training and experience.
- The Navy and Marine Corps use the SMART system. This system automatically captures your training, experience and standardized test scores.
- The Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) automatically captures your training, experience and standardized test scores. Transcript information may be viewed at the CCAF web site.
- The Coast Guard Institute (CGI) requires each Servicemember to submit documentation of all training (except correspondence course records), along with an enrollment form, to receive a transcript. Transcript information may be submitted or requested at the CGI web site.
- Under most circumstances, Veterans are eligible to use their former service branches transcript program. However if you are not eligible for AARTS, SMART, CCAF, or CGI systems, you will need to fill out form DD-295 and provide your DD-214 Discharge Document to receive credit or your experience.
Transcripts from Other Colleges
- Contact the school(s) and have an official version of your transcript sent to LeMoyne. They will be reviewed by Le Moyne’s Admissions Office.
- Depending upon your chosen program of study, some credits may transfer in as program requirments, others may transfer in as electives.
- For more information, go to Le Moyne’s Transfer Admissions web page
- Make certain that it’s an “official” version sent or brought to us in a sealed envelope. You can request an unofficial copy for yourself and use that to informally assess what courses and credits might be transferable.