This school deals primarily with students who have lived, worked, and studied within the state. As a student who moved from a different state with credits to transfer, I did have to work to ensure that I was given the credits I deserved. Any student from out of state who is not willing to stay on top of the credit evaluation will most likely be given the lowest difficulty equivalency. The admission staff are very nice, so any proof you are able to provide as to why your credits were incorrectly evaluated will be promptly addressed and fixed. My main complaint would be the unclear degree requirements. There are many classes that are listed under multiple requirements, but some classes can be applied twice and others are not. As a student who is transferring without a degree, this does not interfere with my education. However, anyone who wants to earn a degree will have some difficulty evaluating what classes they need to take to minimize their course load.