Transfer to Christian University GlobalNet!

We’re glad that you’re considering CUGN for your Christian education. You can begin CUGN’s programs any time throughout the year, so transferring is easy! Transcript evaluations are free, with no cost to you!

CUGN applies your past college credit from other accredited colleges/universities towards programs at CUGN and its collaborations. 

The following information will help you determine if your credits will be accepted into CUGN. Looking to transfer to another college/university from CUGN (excluding collaborating schools)? Click here. 

Transfer Credit Eligibility
Program Transfer Credit Accepted
Certificate in Bible No
Certificate in Preaching No
Certificate in Spiritual Direction track No
Certificate in Executive Leadership and Spiritual Formation/CCNL No
Certificate in Interpersonal Development and Spiritual Formation/CCNL No
Certificate in Theology No
Diploma in Biblical Studies Yes
Bachelor's Track - Grace Bible College Yes
Associate's/Bachelor's Track - Crown College Yes
Associate's/Bachelor's Track - Compass College Yes
Master's Track - Grace College Yes
Master's Track - Crown College Yes

Transferring from ChristianCourses.com? Click here. 

Transfer Credit Criteria

If you are seeking a Diploma in Biblical Studies, you must meet the following criteria to transfer course(s):

  • Obtained by an accredited institution
  • Bible/Ministry/Theology courses only
  • Graduate-level courses only (Undergraduate courses are not accepted)
  • Achieved C or higher for the course(s)
If you are seeking an Associate's, Bachelor's or Master's Degree, click here to contact us.

Get Started:

Christian University GlobalNet
ATTN: Admissions Office
3000 Kraft Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512

  • Upon receipt, the Registrar's Office will evaluate your transcript to determine transfer eligibility.
  • The Admissions Office will contact you regarding given transfer credit.
  • Apply for an academic program by filling out an application.
  • Begin your courses!

Note: All transfer requests must be evaluated by the Registrar’s Office and Academic Dean.

Last modified: Monday, 5 May 2014, 11:44 AM