Dual, joint, or concurrent enrollment courses are those that a student completed while in high school, but the courses were taken at an institution of higher education. Wofford College will accept approved courses earned through dual/joint/concurrent enrollment programs. These courses are treated like any other transfer work and must conform with the following stipulations:
- The grade earned must be equivalent to a ‘C’ (2.00) or higher
- The coursework must be similar to courses/programs offered at Wofford – within the liberal arts curriculum.
- The coursework must be completed at an institution of higher education recognized by one of the six regional accrediting associations.
- Students must submit an official transcript from the higher education institution where the courses were completed. Transcripts can be sent electronically to email@example.com. Credits will NOT be award from the high school transcript.
- Only credit hours are awarded. Grades earned in courses taken elsewhere will not count in the student’s GPA.
- The final decision in granting transfer credit resides with Wofford College’s Office of the Registrar.
- Student may want to consult the Transfer Equivalency website (http://connect.wofford.edu/mywofford/registrar/transferArticulation.aspx) to view how their courses may apply to their Wofford degree.
NOTE: The maximum number of hours the college will accept in all forms (AP, IB, Dual Enrollment, CLEP, etc.) for incoming first-year students is 24 hours.