Transfer Student Admissions
The International College of Health Sciences may grant credit for previous training from another school. Students applying for advanced credit because of previous training will be evaluated by ICHS. The student will also have to submit an official transcript from their previous school documenting their hours and grades. Any student who wants to submit transcripts from a foreign country for consideration of credit transfer is required to provide a translation of those transcripts performed by a certified academic translator.
The ICHS has empowered students through education - one student at a time. Students from all over the United States, and all over the world, choose to attend ICHS because of its small size, attention to the individual, wonderful academic support, and because our students learn the skills they need to succeed in their career.
Each year, a growing number of students chose to transfer into ICHS for a variety of reasons. The Office of Admissions reviews each transfer student's application on an individual basis, so that we may determine the best course of action for you. Our admissions staff assists transfer students with compiling all the necessary paperwork to make your transition into ICHS comfortable, explains how to transfer your finance your tuition, and assists you with the orientation and registration process. Academic advisors are assigned to each student to assist with the selection of appropriate courses necessary to meet educational objectives.
Transferring into the International College of Health Sciences is a great choice. The best way to start the process is to setup an interview with an admissions counselor. We welcome transfer students throughout the year, and we look forward to seeing you soon. Please see our Academic Catalog for specific requirements.
If you are planning on transfering from ICHS to another educational provider, we cannot guarantee the transferability of credits or hours earned at the ICHS. Any decision on the transferability of credits or hours is at the sole discretion of the receiving institution.