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Course credit for successful completion of Advanced Placement examinations administered
by the College Entrance Examination Board to high school students will be granted
to students presenting Advanced Placement examination grades of four (4) or higher.
A letter grade of “P” will be assigned for credit granted. Because no grade is assigned
other than “P,” no Quality Points will be awarded to count toward GPA. A grade of
three (3) will exempt a student from the course.
To view the list of AP exams that are accepted click here.
Students may earn college credit for certain examinations administered by the College
Level Exam Program. To receive credit for a CLEP test, a minimum score must be earned
(see Catalog for details). CLEP credit will be transcripted as course specific credit
with a grade of “P.” Because no grade is assigned other than “P,” no Quality Points
will be awarded to count toward GPA. CLEP credit will be identified as transfer credit
from the College Level Exam Program.
To view the list of CLEP exams that are accepted click here.