• Step 1:

    Print a copy of your transcript from your school's portal.

    Step 2:

    Use the Transfer Credit Search on our website to see if we have approved any transfer credits from your previous institution.

    Use the Transfer Institution drop box to select your institution and select GO. Check your course codes against those listed in search results.

    Step 3:

    Apply online for Transfer Credits to start the process.

    Complete the online form and attach all necessary documents to have your request reviewed. Brief course descriptions will not be accepted, full/detailed course outlines or syllabus are required. 

  • Other Courses:

    SDV-1001 College Orientation

    You may be eligible for Advanced Standing in SDV-1001 if you have:

    • A diploma, advanced diploma or degree from an Ontario university or college
    • A certificate from an Ontario college
    • Successfully completed eight (8) Ontario university credited courses
    • Completed a similar course at an Ontario university or college. In this case, students would receive a Transfer Credit (detailed outline required).

    Sufficient transcripts must be provided to review and process this request.

    Open-General Electives

    You may be eligible for Advanced Standing for up to three (3) Open-General Electives if you have:

    • A diploma, advanced diploma or degree from an Ontario university or college
    • Completed a similar course at an Ontario university or college. In this case, students would receive a Transfer Credit (detailed outline required).

    Sufficient transcripts must be provided to review and process this request.

  • Important:

    Students requesting a transfer credit will be required to submit a Transfer Credit Application to the Registrar’s Office through the online process. Detailed Course Outlines and transcript(s) must be attached. Course descriptions in College/University calendars are not sufficient. Applications submitted without the appropriate documentation will not be processed. While waiting to hear the results of transfer credit applications, students should continue attending classes. In order for a course from another institution to be considered for a Transfer Credit for a Lambton College course, the minimum acceptable grade is C (63%) or the grade required on the Lambton College course for progression or graduation from a program.

    The Dean's Office will return Transfer Credit application assessments to the Registrar’s Office. Transfer credit(s) that have been approved will be entered on the student’s record and the student will be notified as to which transfer credits have been approved. The application form and supporting documentation will be kept on file by the Registrar’s Office. Students have the right to appeal any decision with reference to the Transfer Credit Procedure. For an appeal see the Director of Student Success.

    Due to a high volume of Transfer Credit Applications we encourage students to submit their requests by the first day of the term.