Transfer Credit Process
Interested in continuing your seminary education at Talbot School of Theology? We’ll help you make the transfer process as smooth as possible. Learn more about the transfer credit process below.
Begin the Process
Transfer credit can be reviewed upon simply starting an application and submitting your transcripts. To find out if your credits will transfer, please browse the Transfer Equivalency System Tool (TES). Note: if you can not find a course equivalency in TES, please submit your transcript for evaluation.
To receive an transfer credit evaluation from the Office of the Registrar, take these next steps:
Start an application to Talbot School of TheologyCreate your account and start your application.
Submit transcriptsFill out previous institutions attended and upload transcript(s) to the online application.
Request Graduate Admissions to have your transcript evaluatedIf you have potential transfer credit, contact your Graduate Admissions Counselor (email@example.com or 562-903-4752) to request your transcript evaluation.
Transcript evaluation completedThe Office of the Registrar will provide you with a transfer credit evaluation. The average process time can take 2-3 business days upon receipt of all documents. The process may be extended if additional documents or approval is needed by faculty.
Transfer Equivalency System (TES)
The Transfer Equivalency System is a list of pre-approved transfer equivalencies for Biola University. This list is not exhaustive. If your school or coursework is not listed, it is still possible that your work may transfer to Talbot.
Current Student Credit Transfer Process
If you are a current Talbot student and have credits you would like to have transferred, please submit the Biola Transfer Petition form with your request.
If you are looking to pursue a second degree at Talbot and would like to see what would transfer from your first degree to your second degree, please contact your graduation counselor in the Office of the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.