Asked by Kelcie on April 20, 2017
Answered by Allegra, Hiring Expert at Cigna, on April 20, 2017
We see many candidates who have attended multiple schools over the course of their academic journey, so don't be overly concerned about this. While companies may have different preferences, I would recommend using the school where you received your degree for your resume without listing the others. While your coursework from the other schools contributed to your degree, you received your degree from only one school.
You will however, need to include those school in your formal application (online or manual depending on the company), and on your background check forms.
I hope this helps!
Answered by Ashlyn, Hiring Expert at Worthington Industries, on April 24, 2017
This is a great question and I think the Cigna team answered it perfectly. I would recommend only showing the school of which you've obtained a degree from on your resume. If you got an Associates from one school and your Bachelors from another it is OK to include both of those, but if you did not receive a degree I would leave the university off. As Cigna mentioned, you will want to include this on your formal application as it will be screened during a background check.
Best of luck!