Yes. Harding University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Harding University may transfer courses from regionally accredited institutions, CLEP exams, DANTES credit, and other non-traditional methods (e.g., military credit).
Once you have provided us with copies of your transcripts from all previous institutions, we will complete an unofficial degree plan for you. This degree plan will show you the transfer credit accepted by Harding University and the courses that are still needed to complete the degree. Once you enroll with Harding, the school registrar will complete your official evaluation. You may contact Dr. Christopher Davis to discuss transfer questions at email@example.com or 501-279-4853.
We can complete your unofficial evaluation using unofficial transcripts; however, official transcripts are required when you officially make application with the University. To obtain an official transcript, you need to contact the appropriate personnel from each institution you previously attended.
Many variables must be taken into consideration, including the amount of transfer credit accepted and whether you plan on attending full-time, part-time, or half-time. We can provide a tentative graduation date after we have evaluated all of your previous transcripts and the degree plan is completed.
Because of our "block format," classes begin every six weeks. Please view our Semester Dates.
Classes are typically six weeks in length and are delivered online.