South Puget Sound gives credit, from a grade of D or better, toward a degree or certificate for college-level work completed at a post-secondary institution accredited by one of the regional associations of colleges and universities.
This policy aligns with the statewide umbrella transfer policy which states: Each college and university has the responsibility and the authority to determine the requirements and course offerings of its programs in accordance with its institutional mission. These requirements and course offerings shall be published and communicated to students and the public. Colleges and universities shall treat transfer students and native students on an equitable basis. In particular, all students shall be expected to meet equivalent standards for regular admission to programs and to satisfy comparable program requirements.