Salem Academy and College collaborates with a number of community colleges, universities, and academic providers to create opportunities for students to transfer courses, exams, and certifications towards undergraduate and graduate degree requirements.
The College has agreements with the following institutions:
- Campbell University School of Law (NC)
- Elon University School of Law (NC)
- Forsyth Technical Community College (NC)
- Keiser University (FL)
- Louisburg College (NC)
- North Carolina A&T State University (NC)
- North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) and North Carolina Community College Systems (NCCCS) (NC)
- Surry Community College (NC)
- University of North Carolina School of the Arts (NC)
- Wake Forest University (NC)
Salem College also participates in the NCICU statewide agreement, which allows AA or AS graduates of any North Carolina community colleges to be accepted at Salem as juniors, with nearly all lower-level education requirements met. For specific questions about the expected coursework, contact the Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Jenna Sheffield, at email@example.com.
Students completing their Associate’s degree under an agreement with one of the above institutions, with the intention of transferring to Salem College, should contact the Salem College Office of Admissions. Contacting the admissions office prior to your transfer will allow our staff to guide you through the appropriate coursework to complete prior to transferring and personalize your enrollment process. Please continue to regularly consult your community college academic and transfer advisors.
Students, who are matriculated at Salem College, and interested in pursuing a graduate degree with one of our academic partners, under an existing agreement, should regularly consult with their academic advisor to ensure a seamless transition.
Salem Academy and College also recognizes a variety of college-level exams, including Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB), to transfer towards degree requirements.
Interested in Collaborating?
If you are an institution interested in exploring creation of an articulation or agreement, please contact Dr. Jenna Sheffield, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, by emailing Jenna.Sheffield@Salem.edu.