Transcripts Are Never Outdated at Regis Transfer Credit You may have transferable credit hours from colleges or universities you have previously attended. Once your transcripts have been received, the Advising Office will evaluate your file for acceptance of transfer credits from: Regionally accredited colleges or universities you’ve attended previously, regardless of how long ago you earned them. Your transcripts are never outdated at Regis. Military DD-214 or DD-295 forms (or notarized copies) and training certificates. Documentation of courses completed through your employer or professional organizations that have been recommended for academic credit by the American Council on Education (ACE). Seamless Transfer By taking up to 75% of your course work through a community college (or up to 90-credit hours, depending on your major) and the remainder through Regis University, you can earn a bachelor’s degree from Regis. When you plan early with the help of your Regis University faculty advisor, your credits from a community college will transfer-no repeat courses, no wasted credits, no surprises. Visit Regis.edu/CPS/Transfer for more information.