Transfer Students

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Transferring Credits TO BMCC

To have credits earned from other colleges evaluated towards your certificate/degree intent at BMCC, you will need to complete BMCC’s Transcript Evaluation Request form. You will also need to request that official transcripts be sent from other colleges to BMCC’s Registrar’s Office. Official transcripts must include both a signature from the issuing institution and its authorized seal and be delivered to BMCC in a sealed envelope.

 In general, BMCC accepts college-level credits earned at regionally-accredited colleges or universities. Your accepted credits will become a part of your permanent academic record at BMCC and will be noted on your official grade transcript at the time a certificate or degree is earned. Grades earned from BMCC and other colleges that are applied towards a specific certificate or degree will be used to compute your grade point average for that specific program only. In all other cases, only grades earned at BMCC are used to compute your cumulative GPA.

If you have taken the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) or the Advanced Placement (AP) test, request that your scores be forwarded to the registrar’s office. Exams must have been taken within 3 years of the date you are requesting credit. Credits received for AP, CLEP, or military experience at other colleges and universities will not be accepted. You must have your exam scores and or official military transcripts sent directly to BMCC.


For more information, see our Transfer Resources page.

Transferring credits FROM BMCC

Up to 120 lower division transfer credit hours earned at a community college could transfer and be accepted toward graduation requirements by colleges and universities of the Oregon University System (University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Portland State University, Eastern Oregon University, Western Oregon University, Southern Oregon University and Oregon Institute of Technology).

Discuss transfer-ability of courses with your academic advisor, the Director of Admissions & Records, or the school to which you wish to transfer to facilitate transition from BMCC to a four-year institution.

For information, contact the Registrar at (541) 278-5759.

Interstate Passport Network

Blue Mountain Community College is a member of the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education (WICHE) Interstate Passport Network, which provides a framework for block transfer of lower-division general education based on learning outcomes in nine areas

For more information, see our Interstate Passport page.