Fisher College assures the acceptance of up to 18-credits from the First Response EME / Canton Fire Consortium for EMS Education program. Proof of successful completion of the courses outlined in the First Response EME / Canton Fire Consortium for EMS Education program must be provided to Fisher College by each student in the form of an official transcript.
Transfer students will receive academic credit and the credit will be applied to either an associate degree of bachelor degree.
1. A completed application form.
2. A $50 application fee (there is no application fee for students who apply online).
3. Official transcripts from all the high schools and colleges attended (copies cannot be accepted).
4. If you have completed a GED in lieu of high school, please forward official test scores.
5. Home-schooled students should contact the admissions office to discuss admissions requirements.
6. Official transcripts from all colleges attended regardless of whether or not you intend to transfer credits into Fisher (copies cannot be accepted). Fisher reserves the right to request final college transcripts to make sure that a student is in good academic standing at their previous college.
7. Transfer students must be in good academic standing, have no outstanding balances due to a previous college, and have no disciplinary record at their previous institution(s).
The admissions office reserves the right to request additional information to determine admissions eligibility.
Complete all sections of the online application: https://myfisher.fisher.edu/cafeweb/tapestry?service&page=ApplicationBostonDay&docTrk=APPFORM
Coursework included in the First Response Paramedic Certification program will be accepted and 32 credits granted towards required coursework and electives as stipulated in the Exercise Science BS program.
1. Complete Becker’s free online application: http://www.becker.edu/admissions/apply
2. Submit official transcripts, both high school or GED, and college.
3. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid: https://fafsa.ed.gov/
Coursework included in the First Response Paramedic Certification program will be accepted and 39 credits granted towards required coursework and electives as stipulated in the Public Administration BS program.
Transfer of Credit. Advanced Standing and junior status will be granted to Eligible Students as set forth below:
a) The eligible student will have earned EMT-P certification
b) The eligible student will have earned an additional 3 credits from an accredited institution, or from additional training deemed equivalent of 3 credits;
c) The eligible student will have earned 18 credits in the University’s certificate program in EMS
d) Common equivalencies and minimum grade requirements can be found at : http://www.pointpark.edu/Admissions/Undergraduate/TransferStudents/TransferEquivalences
Students will be awarded 30 credit hours for the completion of the Certification Program in Paramedic. The 30 credits will be applied to remaining credits required to reach the 120 credits required to complete any bachelor’s degree program.
To be considered for admission to Regis College please submit the following credentials:
1. An online application for undergraduate admission and application fee of $50: http://www.commonapp.org/
2. Personal statement explaining your reason(s) for transferring to Regis College
3. Official final high school transcript or official GED Score Report
4. Official college transcript(s) from all colleges/universities attended.
5. Letter of recommendation from a professor or employer (using the form provided by the Common Application)
6. If you are applying to the Nursing major, and have been out of high school for less than three years, or if you were homeschooled, SAT or ACT scores must be submitted.
7. Mid-Term grade report for courses in which you are currently enrolled (using the form provided by the Common Application or by Regis College)
8. Official test results from either TOEFL, IELTS or CAE if English is not your native language. (our TOEFL code is 3723)
Students will be awarded 8 credit hours for the completion of the Certification Program in EMT and/or Paramedic and who have achieved National EMT Certification. The eight credits will apply toward the following two MWCC Courses:
HCC111. Emergency Medical Technician I (Evening Only). 4 Credits.
HCC112. Emergency Medical Technician II (Evening Only). 4 Credits.
Electronic transcripts should be sent as follows:
All other electronic official transcripts can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon receipt of the transcript(s), the college will verify the accreditation of the institution(s); and if comparable regional accreditation exists, the college will review the courses to determine comparability with MWCC courses.