Transfer Credit Information

The Transfer Course Equivalency Database is provided to us by the PA Department of Education and a vendor they work with.  Information about this "widget" can be found at  Transfer Course Equivalency Database ~ How will courses I take somewhere else transfer back to LHU? If a previous evaluation has been done for a course, it will be in this database.

Transfer Credit Policy

Have a question about how your courses transferred?

Lock Haven University provides students with the opportunity to appeal how courses may have transferred (or were not evaluated for transfer entirely) to LHU. If you feel your transfer credits have not been properly evaluated, please use the
Transfer Credit Appeal Form. The department chairperson will review the course description/syllabus and provide a recommendation to the Registrar's Office for a change in the course equivalency or indicate the original equivalency is accurate. You may continue to check your transfer course equivalencies on your SIS account to view changes. If you do not see changes within a reasonable time, you may contact the Registrar's Office to determine if a change is pending.

  • Lock Haven University Articulation Agreements & Letters of Agreement

PA Statewide Program Articulation Agreements

East Stroudsburg University

Program/Early Admission

Graduate Program in Clinical Exercise Science(signed 11/2009)

Gannon University

Program/Early Admission

Graduate Program in Doctor of Physical Therapy (signed 03/2008)

Gannon University

3+3 Program

Doctor of Physical Therapy Program (signed 06/2009)

Penn College

Program to Program

Early Childhood Educ to PreK-4 (signed 03/2010)

Penn State University

3+2 Program


Reading Area Community College

Program to Program

Science to Biology or Biology/Chemistry or minor in Nanotechnology (signed 03/2010)

SUNY Upstate Medical University

Undergraduate program to Graduate program

LHU programs of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biology/Chemistry, Health Sciences and minor in Nanotechnology to Upstate Medical University's graduate programs in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Cell and Developmental Biology; Microbiology and Immunology; Neuroscience; Pharmacology; and Physiology ~ click here for agreement details (signed 07/2010)

Tompkins Cortland Community College

 Program to Program  Outdoor Recreation Management (signed 08/2008)