College Noted for Unique Transfer Policy
Best College Reviews has compiled its list of top ranking colleges for adults and has named Charter Oak State College, Connecticut’s public online college, the #1 College for Adult Education. Fifty colleges were included in the rankings. The complete list and its criteria can be found here - https://www.bestcollegereviews.org/best-colleges-non-traditional-students/.
According to Best College Reviews, “Topping the list at #1, Charter Oak State College offers a unique transfer policy that makes it a highly sought after college for students who are looking to complete their degree. While most academic institutions require transfer students to complete an average of 30 credit hours through its institution in order to meet graduation requirements, Charter Oak State College limits their requirements to 6 credits, a Cornerstone course, and a Senior Capstone course. This dramatically reduces the amount of time it takes a transfer student who has accumulated credits from another institution to complete their degree. Because of these credit requirements, Charter Oak is a popular place for adults returning to college to complete their degree; 91% of students are over the age of 25. Charter Oak offers some relevant workforce programs for adults looking to advance their careers, change careers, or complete their degrees.”
Ed Klonoski, President, Charter Oak State College said, “Helping adult students attain their educational goals is Charter Oak’s purpose and the basis for our creation in 1973. We’re thrilled whenever we are recognized for accomplishing our mission well. We want adults to know that there is a College where they can complete their degree online in an affordable and flexible way.”
Matt Fleury, Chairman, Connecticut Board of Regents and Charter Oak Alum, “For life-long learners, the ability to accrue and build on academic and professional experiences in a convenient and well organized system is extremely valuable. Charter Oak’s rigorous and practical program represents exactly the kind of higher educational opportunity that mid-career learners need and can use to advance their capabilities, contributions and careers. I could not be more proud to call myself a graduate of this fine institution and congratulate Charter Oak on this well- deserved recognition.”