Advanced Credit

SUNY Fredonia accepts most types of advanced credits (most of which are listed below).

Advanced Placement Credits (AP)

Most AP credits transfer into SUNY Fredonia.  A minimum score of 3 or better is required on all AP exams.  Consult the Advanced Placement Credit information page for specific course breakdown.

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

Most CLEP credits transfer into SUNY Fredonia.  Typical minimum test scores are 50, although they do vary by subject test.  Please consult the College Level Examination Program information page for specifics.

International Baccalaureate (IB) credits

Students who have earned an IB diploma may receive a maximum of 30 credits. Students who have achieved a score of 5 or greater on the higher-level exams will be awarded credit on a course-by-course basis. Students who have scored a 4 on the higher-level exams may present their documentation to their academic department for placement purposes and/or possible transfer credit. Students may receive a maximum of 30 credits towards their Bachelor's Degree for all credit earned by examination.  Consult the International Baccalaureate information page for details.

Other credits include...

SUNY Fredonia also accepts credits from many other colleges.  If you are taking college level courses while you are in high school, and will receive college credit(s), you will likely receive credit at Fredonia.  Course credits are evaluated on a course-by-course basis, however many course equivalencies are available online.

 


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