Credit from Nontraditional Sources

The College will consider non-traditional sources such as active federal military service and service school, the College Entrance Examination Board’s Advanced Placement Program, the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), and correspondence credits from a fully accredited institution.  Students may earn credit from the CLEP General Examination by scoring at the 25th Percentile, and at the national norms for a typical “C” student on the Subject Examination.  Students in residence may earn no more than 45 semester hours of credit on the basis of non-traditional education experiences.