Online Discussion Forums

Back to College
main | site map | search | features | journal | forums | bookshelf | contact | newsletter
The Library

Re-entry Student GraduateWelcome to our online student discussion forums! This is the place to ask a question about returning to college, share information with other returning students, or just join in the discussion!

For frequently asked questions about returning to college and getting started, please see the Website FAQ. No advertising, promotions, and posting of URLS, please. For additional questions about the use of the discussion forums and forum etiquette, see the Forum FAQ.

Free registration is required to post and participate in the many features of the community, which includes access to the member directory (User List) for networking. Unfortunately, due to large amounts of Internet spam, new registrations are temporarily closed. When registered, users can set preferences to watch a topic or receive an email when someone responds to posts. Be sure to update your profile to take advantage of all the benefits. Have fun!

Topic Options
#375 - 09/01/2003 10:13 AM Transfering from another country
jdcl1975 Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 09/01/2003
Hello everyone,
I am new here. My wife and i have recently decided to go back to school after many years. I am 28 and she is 33. She has completed high school in Jamaica. Does she need to do the GED or are her transcripts from Jamaica enough. Can anyone help me?

#376 - 10/20/2003 17:15 PM Re: Transfering from another country
Admin Offline


Registered: 12/10/2008
Loc: California
Check out World Education Services (WES). WES converts educational credentials from any country in the world into their U.S. equivalents and these evaluations are widely requested and accepted by academic institutions.
Back to College


Moderator:  Admin 

Copyright 1998- WD Communications LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use and Privacy Policies. Back to College® is a registered federal trademark of WD Communications LLC.