The Online Transfer Credit Equivalency System is a tool to help you begin understanding how your credits may transfer to IUP.
Official transfer credit evaluation is established through the Transfer Services Office in the Office of Admissions. Applicants typically receive an official transfer credit evaluation within two weeks from the offer of admission.
If an equivalency is listed, the credit will transfer for admissions purposes if the earned grade is a “C” or above. How the course applies toward liberal studies (general education) requirements or the major will be determined by the respective IUP academic department.
If an exact IUP course match exists, the course number will reflect the IUP equivalent course.If there is no exact match, but the course transfers as an elective, the original course title from the sending institution will be retained and the number will include XX according to the level (1XX, 2XX, 3XX, 4XX).
A course not included in the list has not been evaluated to date, but still may be transferrable to IUP. Courses are evaluated at the time of application review, provided the Office of Admissions has received an official transcript with final grades from the institution. How the course applies toward general education requirements or the major will be determined by the respective IUP academic department.
If you believe a course was evaluated incorrectly, you may submit a reevaluation form with a syllabus for the course in question.The form and syllabus for each course submitted for review should be taken to the Office of Transfer Services, Sutton Hall, Room G26, for consideration. You may pick up a form in Sutton Hall, Room G26, or download the transfer credit reevaluation form.
Current students who plan to take courses at another college or university should refer to the Pre-Approval for Coursework at Another College or University form to initiate the process. You will use the credit transfer tool on this page to find courses that have previously been evaluated that match your requirements in order to complete the form.
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