Students enrolling at Augusta University bring in a variety of credits through their educational experiences. Earning credit through examinations, or earning credit through Dual Enrollment or Dual Enrollment are some of the ways that new students get a head start of their collegiate experience.
Courses from regionally accredited post-secondary institutions will normally transfer to Augusta University if they are comparable to courses offered for academic credit here or would earn academic credit if they were offered. Transfer Equivalency Guides can assist students in understanding how college coursework will transfer and apply towards Augusta University degree programs.
Augusta University evaluates all credits attempted and earned. We do not honor grade forgiveness at another institution. All grades from all courses are included in our transfer evaluation for admission.
Transfer credit evaluations are completed for applicants to Augusta University. Students trying to understand how their credits will transfer before applying for admission should use the transfer equivalency guides.
In general, college-level courses in which passing grades have been earned are acceptable for transfer to the University; some departments may require at least a "C" grade for a specific course to be applied to the degree program.