Public and private colleges in Washington state accept college-level academic Running Start credits in a manner consistent with standard transfer equivalency policies.
A student who completes an Associate in Arts degree at a community college in Washington state will have satisfied, in most cases, all of the general university requirements for the first two years at the public universities in Washington.
This is also true for most of the private colleges in Washington state. A few private colleges do not allow students to receive transfer credit for college classes that were used toward high school graduation requirements. Always check transfer policies and talk with the transfer school to confirm you have met requirements.
Students who complete college credit while in high school will apply to four-year colleges and universities as freshmen, and they will receive transfer credit after being admitted to the college. Students must complete the freshmen application requirements including taking the SAT or ACT test, and completing the core high school requirements.
CBC has transfer agreements; it is always advisable to work closely with the four-year colleges and universities for a successful transfer.
Please see the CBC's Counseling & Advising Transfer Planning webpage for more information and make an appointment to meet with Victoria to prepare an academic and transfer plan. Click Here.
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