It depends, Ringling is finicky with transfer credits. You can call up or email the registrar's office and they can provide you with a list of online colleges they'll accept credit from. You might also be able to read off the course description and they can tell you if it'll transfer or not.
Also, send an email to Patricia Handy. She's one of the Academic Advisors at Ringling and can probably answer those types of questions better than I can. Her address is phandy at ringling.edu.
Oh, I was a transfer student too . I took 3 years of college already and had only 39 credits transfer. Yeahhh...39 out of 96, not a very good number. I highly recommend taking some classes outside of Ringling though. The fewer classes you have, the less you'll have to worry about. Last thing you need is a paper due the same day as a major animation project .
And Hett...damn man. 7 of these threads you've been poking your head in. Just can't get away can you? . (btw, I met Hett on these very boards, graduated together and we still can't get away from each other )
Copperfire too! Lol...get back to work you! *whip crack* (I keep her in line lol). But yeah, I soooorta met copper on here too. And we're still really close even though I only knew her for a short year, *sniffles*.
It's true what Hett says, the people you meet here can be your friends for life. Work as hard as you can and get yourself noticed. Do us proud
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