Transfer Equivalency Self Service (TESS)

 

We are pleased that you are considering transferring credits to the University of Scranton.

The Transfer Equivalency Self-Service (TESS) is a tool designed to help prospective first year, transfer and currently enrolled students determine how their credits may be accepted and how those credits may apply toward a specific program of study.

TESS is easy to use:

  • Create an account so that you may save your program and classes for future use.
  • Select your entering semester/term and an intended degree program.
  • Select a transfer school and the classes you’ve taken at the transfer school.
  • Enter the credit hours, grade, and credit type for each class.
  • Select “I’m all done!” to see the course equivalencies and degree audit.
DISCLAIMER: This transfer credit evaluation and degree audit are unofficial documents and are not official notification of transfer credit acceptance or applicability to a chosen degree program. While you are encouraged to use this evaluation as a guide when planning your potential transfer to the University of Scranton, students are responsible for complying with all academic policies as published in the catalog, including any requirements which might not be included in the accompanying preliminary degree audit. The official award of transfer credits will occur after admission, submission of official transcripts and following the review and approval of university personnel. The University is not responsible for any errors or omissions contained in this unofficial transfer evaluation or degree audit. If you have any questions about TESS, please contact the Office of Admission or Office of the Registrar.