I attended a college that closed down for good just 2 months prior to my graduation which would have earned me an AS degree. I struggled to obtain my transcripts, and kept ERAU updated for 3 months as the State of California's Dept of Education gave me excuses for not having my transcripts in the mail. I finally had them in my hand yesterday, and Fed-Ex'ed them to the Daytona Beach campus' Admissions Dept. What I'm concerned about is accreditation of the school I attended. This school's education was based on a specific core, not an academic educational curriculum. I completed 103 units and earned a GPA well over the min standard that ERAU frowns upon, but the school was Nationally Accredited. As far as I'm aware, the schools that are more reputable and regionally accredited are less likely to recognize credits from a private post-secondary vocational business college similar to the one I attended, especially if they shut down because of money problems. These are only things I've heard throughout the grapevine, so it may just be hog-wash. I read up on the student catalog for 2001 and didn't see anything that suggested I would be denied admission based on my educational history. I asked about this to the Admissions Rep, and she said it doesn't matter as long as it's credible - that is from an accredited school with credits that can be transferred. My major will be Aerospace Engineering, and the credits I'm transferring are computer network engineering and administration as well as plenty of GE credits. Can anyone here give me any experiences on transferring credits from non-academic colleges and universities to ERAU? For those who are from my area, I went to Masters Institute in San Jose. They were having money problems, and the CEO took off. Some other guy took over and shut it all down in about 1 month. That happened in March, and I've been looking around to finish up since then. I'm hoping ERAU will accept me based on my GPA and letters of recommendation, as well as everything else I've send including my essay. Erik.