College Now Transfer and Accreditation


Accreditation - JCCC is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, 312-263-0456.

NACEP - The JCCC College Now program is accredited by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships.

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College Now Transfer List

The following lists have been collected from survey respondents over several years the College Now study provides assistance to students in their decisions about enrolling for credit in one or more courses offered through the College Now program. However, these lists are not meant to be used as either a guarantee of transferability of College Now credit, or as a firm indication that College Now credit will not be accepted.

Students are advised to check with the institution to which they plan to transfer rather than relying on these list as firm indications that College Now credits will or will not transfer.

In most instances, survey respondents indicated that College Now credits were accepted course for course at the colleges listed below, but in some instances as noted, College Now credits were accepted as electives only. Whether courses are accepted course for course or as electives may be a matter of interpretation by the student based on his/her major and its requirements. Additionally, JCCC has articulation agreements with approximately 20 Kansas and Missouri colleges and universities, so many other Kansas and Missouri schools not listed below will also accept College Now credits.

Colleges and universities accepting College Now credits

REMINDER: Students are advised to check with the institution into which they plan to transfer rather than relying on this list as a guarantee of transferability.

Abilene Christian University (accepted credits as electives)
Allen County Community College
American University (2001 respondent indicated some credits transferred course-for-course, but others as electives only)
Arizona State University
Avila College (some credits transfer course-for-course, others as electives only)

Baker University (some credits transfer course-for-course, others as electives only; one 2001 respondent indicated Physics I did not transfer at all)
Baptist Bible College
Barton County Community College
Baylor University, Texas1 (2001 respondent indicated credits transferred course-for-course, except for Calculus, which transferred as an elective)
Beloit College
Bemidji State University
Benedictine College (2003 respondent indicated credits transferred course-for-course, except for U.S. History to 1877)
Bethany College (1995 respondent indicated electives only; earlier responses no problems)
Bethel College
Boston University (some credits transfer course-for-course, others as electives only or at reduced hours)
Bradley University (accepted some classes course-for-course and others as electives)
Butler County Community College (2001 respondent indicated credits transferred as electives)
Butler University

California Arts
California Polytechnic State University
Cedarville College (Ohio)
Central Bible College (accepted credits as electives)
Central College
Central Missouri State University
Clemson University
Cleveland State University (accepted credits as electives)
Coastal Carolina University
Coe College
Coffeyville Community College
College of St. Benedict, Minnesota (accepted credits as electives)
College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, Mo.
College of the Ozarks
College of William and Mary (some credits accepted as electives only)
Colorado College (one respondent indicated credits not accepted, but others had no problem)
Colorado School of Mines (accepted credits as electives)
Colorado State University
Columbia College
Concordia College (Nebraska)
Cornell College of Iowa
Cornell University (earlier responses indicated classes did not transfer, but 2001 respondent indicated classes transferred course-for-course)
Covenant College
Cowley County Community College
Creighton University (some credits transfer course-for-course, others as electives only or at reduced hours)
Culinary Institute of America

Davis Lipscomb University
Denison University
DePaul University
DeVry Institute of Technology
Doane College
Drake University (accepts some, but not all credits)
Drury College (2001 respondent indicated Composition I was not accepted)

Eastern Mennonite University
Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL
Emory University (accepted credits as electives)
Emory and Henry College
Emporia State University (2001 respondent indicated credits transferred course-for-course, others as electives only; 2003 respondent indicated Composition I did not transfer)
Eugene Lang College
Evangel College

Florida Institute of Technology
Florida State University (accepted credits as electives)
Fort Scott Community College
Ft. Hays State University
Friends University

Gaulaudet
George Washington University
Georgetown University (some credits transfer course-for-course, others as electives only)
Gonzaga University
Graceland College (accepted credits as electives)
Grinnell College (accepted credits as electives)

Hamline University
Hiram College (accepted credits as electives)
Hutchinson Community College

Illinois Institute of Technology
Independence Community College
Indiana University
Indiana University at Bloomington
Iowa State University

Kansas City Art Institute
Kansas City Kansas Community College
Kansas State University 1,2 (some credits transfer course-for-course, some transfer as electives, some transfer as reduce hours, and some do not transfer)
Kemper Military College
Kentucky University (accepted credits as electives)
Kenyon College (accepted credits as electives)

Lewis & Clark College
Liberty University
Lipscomb University
Longview Community College
Louisiana State University
Loyola University of Chicago (some credits transfer course-for-course, some transfer as electives, and some do not transfer)
Loyola University, New Orleans
Luther College (accepted some, but not all credits)

Maine Maritime Academy (accepted credits as electives)
Manhattan Christian College
Marquette University, Milwaukee (2003 respondent indicated some credits transferred, but as reduced hours)
McNeese State University
McPherson College
Miami of Ohio
Miami University
Michigan State University
Mid-America Nazarene College (some credits transfer course-for-course, some transfer as electives, and some transfer as reduce hours)
Missouri Southern
Missouri State University
Missouri Western State University

Neosho County Community College
New Mexico Tech
New York University (3 respondents said they accepted all credits; another respondent said they accepted credits as electives only, and another respondent said they accepted none)
North Park College of Chicago
Northeast Missouri State University
Northwest Missouri State University (some credits transfer course-for-course, some transfer as electives, and some transfer as reduced hours)

Oberlin College
Oklahoma Baptist University
Oklahoma Christian University of Science & Arts
Oklahoma City University
Oklahoma State University (2001 respondent indicated some credits transferred course-for-course, others transferred as electives)
Olivet Nazarene College (some credits transfer course-for-course, some transfer as electives)
Oral Roberts University
Ottawa University

Pacific Christian College (accepted credits as electives)
Park College
Pepperdine (accepted credits as electives)
Phillips University
Pittsburg State University (2001 respondent indicated they didn't accept Elementary French)
Pratt County Community College
Pratt Institute in Brooklyn NY (accepted credits as electives)
Principia College
Purdue University (most earlier responses indicated classes did not transfer, though one earlier respondent indicated Purdue accepts none but can test out of classes once enrolled there; one 1995 respondent indicated credits were accepted course-for-course; 2001 respondents indicated some classes transferred course-for-course, some as electives, and others did not transfer at all)

Rhode Island College (some credits accepted as electives only)
Rhodes College, Memphis
Rockhurst College (2001 respondent indicated Elementary Spanish was not accepted; other respondents indicated some classes transferred course-for-course, others as electives)

Saddleback Community College, Mission Viejo, CA
Savannah College of Design (some credits transfer course-for-course, some transfer as electives)
Simpson College
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Southern Methodist University (earlier respondents indicated credits did not transfer, but 2001 respondents indicated they did - though one indicated classes transferred only as electives)
Southern Nazarene University
Southern University
Southern Utah University
Southwest Baptist University
Southwestern College
St. Cloud State University
St. Louis University2 (some credits transfer course-for-course, some transfer as electives)
St. Luke's College
St. Mary's College of California
St. Mary College, Leavenworth (accepted credits as electives)
St. Olaf College (some credits accepted as electives only)
Stanford (accepted credits as electives; 2003 respondent indicated did not accept Statistics, Calc. I, and Calc. II)
State Fair Community College
Sterling College
Stetson University

Tabor College
Texas A & M University
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth (2003 respondent indicated courses transferred as electives only)
The College of Wooster
Trinity University, San Antonio, TX
Truman State University (some classes transferred course-for-course, others as electives)
Tulane University (1997 respondent indicated Tulane accepts no College Now credits; other respondents had no problems)

University of Alabama
University of Arizona
University of Arkansas
University of California, Berkley
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
University of California, San Diego
University of California, Santa Cruz (accepted credits as electives)
University of Cincinnati
University of Colorado, Boulder (some classes transferred course-for-course, others as electives; 2003 respondent indicated Calc. I did not transfer))
University of Dallas, Texas
University of Delaware
University of Denver
University of Evansville (some accepted as electives only)
University of Georgia (some credits transfer course-for-course, some transfer as electives only, and some do not transfer)
University of Illinois, Champagne-Urbana (one respondent indicated school accepted no credits; another indicated some were accepted and others were not; and another indicated all credits were accepted)
University of Iowa
University of Kansas 1,2 (Some credits transfer course-for-course, some transfer as electives, some at reduced hours, and some do not transfer)
University of Kansas Medical Center
University of Louisville
University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
University of Missouri, Columbia (some courses transferred course-for-course, others as electives only)
University of Missouri, Kansas City (some courses transferred course-for-course, others as electives; and some do not transfer)
University of Missouri, Rolla (some courses transferred course-for-course, others as electives only)

University of Nebraska, Lincoln (some courses transferred course-for-course, others as electives only; 2003 respondent indicated Elementary French did not transfer)
University of New Hampshire
University of New Mexico
University of North Alabama
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (accepted some, but not all credits)
University of Northern Colorado (some credits accepted as electives only)
University of North Dakota (some credits accepted as electives only)
University of North Texas
University of Oklahoma
University of Puget Sound (accepted some credits, but not all)
University of Richmond
University of San Diego (some courses transferred course-for-course, some transferred as reduced hours)
University of South Carolina (some courses transferred course-for-course, others as electives only)
University of Southern California (some credits accepted as electives only)
University of Southern Florida
University of Tampa, Tampa, Florida
University of Texas at Austin
University of Tulsa (some accepted as electives only)
University of Utah
University of Virginia
University of Wisconsin
University of Wyoming
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (accepted some, but not all credits)

Valparaiso (accepted credits as electives only)
Virginia Tech

Wake Forest University (accepted credits as electives)
Wartburg College
Washburn University3 (some accepted as electives only)
Washington and Lee University
Washington State University
Webster University
West Texas A & M
Westminster College
Wheaton College (some accepted as electives only)
Worchester Polytechnic Institute (some accepted as electives only)
Whorton College at University of Pennsylvania
Wichita State University
William Jewell (accepted some course-for-course, some as electives, and some did not transfer at all)

Note.
1In some cases, 5 credit hour courses may be accepted for 3 or 4 credits.
2Some colleges and universities (specifically KU and K-State) accept credits, but not grades.
3Washburn will not accept composition credits for honors English. No problems with other English credit transfers have been mentioned.