Transfer Course Evaluation Report

This report will help inform you on how much transfer credit and what kinds of transfer credit you'll receive from your previous experiences with college-level coursework. Check out the example below for a breakdown of how to use the report. For information on the types of transfer credit we accept, please visit our policies and procedures page.

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Sample Report

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  1. The academic community you've been admitted into on our campus.
  2. The number of cumulative earned transferable hours and cumulative graded transferable hours, as well as cumulative points and cumulative GPA. Earned hours indicate the total number of hours you'll have by the end of the current term. For fall applicants, any summer coursework completed will be added after a final, official college transcript has been received. Graded hours indicate the total number of transferable hours that have grades. The GPA is calculated by graded hours. Points are the numerical grade multiplied by course hours (for example, an A is worth 4 points, so an A in a 3-hour course would be 12 points).
  3. Institutions you've attended. Each section includes your earned hours, graded hours, points, and GPA from that institution. If you attended an international institution, the report will only show earned hours for that section.
  4. Courses that are transferable, but require evaluation. Courses marked as TACS, TAHS, TBUS, TCOM, TEDU, TENG, TFFA, TLAS, TSIS, and TSWK are transferable, but will require further evaluation. You'll be contacted to provide syllabi during the admission process.
  5. Courses deemed transferable without direct equivalencies to courses offered on our campus. These courses are linked to UIUC subject areas but have no specific course number (for example, EPS 1––, GEOG 1—–, KIN 1—–). You'll need to discuss with your advisor how they'll be used to meet graduation requirements.
  6. General education courses without direct equivalences to courses offered on our campus. These courses can apply to general education requirements but lack specific course equivalencies (for example, UHIS 1––, UWCH 1––, UCI 1––). You'll need to discuss with your advisor how they'll be used to meet graduation requirements.
  7. Credit awarded based on grades earned on Advanced-Level Certificates (A-Levels).
  8. Nontransferable courses. A course is considered nontransferable when it's not the kind of course we teach at Illinois (vocational, dogmatic, etc.), it's remedial or developmental in nature and not college level, or we don't have enough information about it to determine whether or not it's transferable. In such cases, you can submit a syllabus to us from the term each course was completed, but it's unlikely this decision will change.
  9. Nontransferable credit due to test credit earned at another institution not meeting our policy. To receive credit on our campus from test credit earned at another institution, you must transfer at least 12 graded semester hours of credit. In addition, you must have successfully completed advanced classroom coursework at the institution awarding the test credit for a course that is transferable and can be considered a sequential continuation of the material covered by the test. If this credit was from AP, IB, ACT, or SAT exams, official test scores should be sent directly to our campus to see if they qualify for credit under our guidelines. If this credit was from proficiency testing, consult with us to see if you can take similar proficiency exams on our campus.