Advanced Credit for Freshmen
Shenandoah University accepts several options that provide for credit toward a degree for incoming freshmen. Such credits are treated as transfer work. No grades are awarded for advanced credit.
College courses taken by high school students while they are still enrolled in high school are considered dual-enrollment coursework. Dual enrollment coursework will likely transfer to Shenandoah University.
To review transfer credit policies, refer to the Undergraduate Catalog: Academic Policies, Alternative Means for Earning Credit section.
To see how your coursework will transfer to Shenandoah University, we encourage students to use the Transferology tool.
Transferology is a system that allows students to see what their courses will transfer as to Shenandoah University. Students can create an account for free and input their current/past courses. Transferology then shows what those courses transfer as into Shenandoah.
How to use the Transferology tool: Student Instructions
AP, IB Higher-Level & CLEP Exams
Shenandoah University participates in the Advanced Placement program (AP), the International Baccalaureate Examination program (IB) for higher-level courses, and the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP). Students who have been officially admitted to Shenandoah must submit official copies of test results in order to receive credit.
To review the minimum passing scores and credit eligibility for individual tests, refer to the Undergraduate Catalog: Academic Policies, Alternative Means for Earning Credit section.