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Roosevelt has a generous transfer credit policy and is one of Chicago's best colleges to transfer to. Transfer credit is accepted from regionally accredited colleges and universities. Prospective and newly admitted students may receive unofficial guidance from an admission counselor regarding transfer credit that may be applied to a degree program upon admission to the university.
Once a student is admitted, an official credit evaluation is completed by the Office of the Registrar. This evaluation is provided to the student and placed in the student’s permanent academic record.
Please note: credit is not given for developmental, technical, college-level ELP, vocational, life experience, library use, orientation, study skills, career counseling, proficiency, or most physical education courses.
Roosevelt University will grant academic credit for any AP examination passed with a grade of 3 or higher, up to a limit of 30 credit hours. Students who complete AP exams through their high school must send official score reports to Roosevelt for evaluation.
Credits are evaluated in all subjects as follows:
Score of 3 (out of 5): students earn 3 college credits in that subject
Score of 4 or 5: students earn 6 college credits in that subject with the exception of English composition, mathematics and psychology.
Roosevelt University welcomes applications from International Baccalaureate students. Students may submit an International Baccalaureate diploma or course work in individual subjects for credit toward graduation. Students can only earn college credit by taking higher level examinations and earning appropriate scores as follows:
Score of 5 (out of 7): Students earn 3 college credits in that subject
Score of 6 or 7: Students earn 6 college credits in that subject.
Roosevelt University offers dual-degree program options in conjunction with a variety of area institutions. Learn more about these programs and the benefits of completing a dual-degree program.
No advance registration or appointment is necessary. Please arrive between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Office of Admission:
For more information, call 877-277-5978 or email firstname.lastname@example.org If you are unable to join us on a Friday, we welcome you on a day that is convenient for you. Contact us to schedule an appointment.