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Gallaudet University accepts college-level credits from postsecondary schools (both US and International). You must have completed your secondary school education or GED, and should have subsequently enrolled at a college or university as a degree-seeking student to be considered for transfer admission. This also applies to international students already enrolled as degree-seeking students at another university in the United States.
Transfer courses are not calculated in your Gallaudet Grade Point Average (GPA).
Official transcripts are required for transfer credits to be evaluated and accepted. If you wish to transfer credits from more than one school, you must submit an official transcript from each school attended.
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) gives you the opportunity to receive college credit for what you already know by earning qualifying scores on each examination, as judged by the appropriate department. Information on the CLEP, as well as the procedure for applying, can be...
Guideline Type: Policy
Gallaudet University has enlisted the use of the Transfer Evaluation Systems (TES) on CollegeSource to create a database of course equivalencies from other institutions. The Transfer Evaluation Systems database includes all courses that have been evaluated, and approved by respective departments at Gallaudet. If there...
Transfer Credit Evaluation Process Transfer Credit Evaluation Appeal Evaluation of English/Math Non-College Level Courses Credits Conversion
University credit will be given for Advanced Placement (AP) tests with scores of 3.0 or better, and Honors credit will be given for scores of 4.0 or 5.0. These shall be considered as transfer credits and thus will not be counted in the grade point...
As of September 6, 2019, we are changing our criteria for Articulation Agreements (AA) and Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) with other colleges and universities. Gallaudet University currently has Articulation Agreements (AA) and Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) with several other schools across the country. These schools...
Gallaudet University operates under the semester system. All transfer credits from postsecondary institutions not on the semester system (i.e.: quarter hours) will be converted to semester credits. Quarter Hours / Semester Hours 5 Quarter Hours / 3 semester Hours 4 Quarter Hours / 3 semester...
The following procedures are used for evaluating all English and Math courses: Remedial English: None of the courses are evaluated or transferred to Gallaudet. English as Second Language: ESL courses are considered remedial and are not transferable. College-Level English: Courses are evaluated and credits are...
Guideline Type: Evaluation
The University reserves the right to evaluate all transfer credits in terms of its institutional standards and requirements. Appeals of specific incoming transfer credits may be made to the Transfer Credit Specialist. If the student disagrees with the results from the re-evaluation, the student can...
Guideline Type: Procedures
Below is the step-by-step process for evaluating your transfer credits: If you are still in the application process, send an official transcript(s) directly to the Office of Admissions for evaluation of transfer credits. If you are currently enrolled at Gallaudet University, send your transcript(s) to...
Guideline Type: Process
Deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing students in good standing at any college or university accredited by a Federally-recognized accreditor are welcome to apply as transfer students to Gallaudet University. In addition to completing an application, you must submit official college transcripts from all attended...
Gallaudet recognizes the need to prevent enrolling in courses that have been taken elsewhere at institutions you've attended previously. Therefore we make every effort to evaluate your coursework thoroughly and fairly to determine if transfer credit can be awarded. Credits from International Colleges/Universities vary and...
If you are interested in taking classes during semester or summer breaks at any college or university (other than consortium member institutions) and wish to transfer these credits to Gallaudet, please contact the Registrar's Office for information about Prior Permission Transfer Credit. You should be...
Gallaudet University, chartered in 1864, is a private university for deaf and hard of hearing students.
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