Answered By: Ashley Williams
Last Updated: Mar 17, 2015     Views: 692

To find programs and schools that might fit your needs, take a look at the following two websites:



Every school decides which schools they accept transfers credits from. In your research, you may want to see which online schools will accept your Associate's degree in Paralegal from Harrison . You would most likely speak to the registrar department (who handles the transcripts) of the school. 

On page 164 and 165 of the Harrison catalog, there are schools that are listed as part of an articulation agreement with Harrison College -  

I would recommend that you research these schools and any others that you are interested in and talk to the registrar department.

It is the responsibility of the students to inquire about the policies and procedures for transfer of credit at
the receiving institution. Harrison College will assist by providing documentation of grades earned for any
students in good financial standing when requested by the receiving institution.
Harrison College cannot guarantee that credits earned through successful completion of courses or credit
awarded based-upon documented life experience will transfer to other colleges, as the decision to award
transfer credit always rests with the receiving institution. Students planning to transfer to another postsecondary
institution are encouraged to contact that institution for information related to transfer of credit.

The College has also entered into specific Articulation Agreements with the following colleges and
universities. Students should schedule a meeting with the registrar to discuss specifics of an agreement if
they are interested in an institution listed below.
1. Ashworth College
2. Central Christian College (KS).
3. Columbia Southern University.
4. ITT Technical Institute.
5. National American University.
6. National College.
7. Oakland City University.
8. Ohio Christian University.
9. Pinnacle Career Institute.
10. St. Mary-of-the-Woods College
11. Trine University.
12. University of Phoenix.
13. Waldorf College. 


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