Mount Vernon Nazarene University
Students who have earned college credit after high school graduation are considered transfer students. Students earning college credit concurrently during high school from programs such as dual enrollment options are considered first-time freshmen upon entry to MVNU.
Students desiring to transfer from another post-secondary institution follow the admission procedure described above. In addition, official transcripts must be sent directly to MVNU from all higher education institutions attended. These requirements also apply to new students entering the University with dual enrollment options program credit. Academic standing is determined from these transcripts, subject to the following conditions:
Transfer credit is granted for those courses for which a grade of D or better was earned when those courses were part of a student's earned associate or baccalaureate degree. For all other courses, transfer credit is granted when a grade of C- or better was earned, provided the courses are comparable to those of MVNU. Grades from accepted courses will not be factored into the student's MVNU GPA.
Students accepted on academic probation are evaluated according to these satisfactory academic progress criteria. At the end of the first semester, if the semester GPA is:
At the end of the second semester and thereafter, the student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 to be considered in good academic standing.