Undergraduate Transfer Credit Equivalencies for U.S. Colleges and Universities
This includes most of the courses offered at Virginia Community Colleges and courses at numerous colleges and universities in the U.S. It changes as we add new courses and revise previous evaluations. UVA course equivalencies listed as 1000T, 2000T, etc. represent transferable credit for which we have no precise equivalent. Such courses may be used for degree credit.
Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information, it is to be used as a reference only. A signed Transfer Of Credit form is required for enrolled students to transfer credit from any college or university to the University of Virginia.
*Special Status = Usually blank, unless the course meets special requirement such as non-western perspectives (NW), or historical studies (HS).
Please note: Beginning in 2017, credit awarded as X000T credit will not count towards fulfillment of any general education credit for traditional four-year students. External transfer students may still apply X000T credit to fulfill area and competency requirements.If the course you are interested in is not listed, you should contact the following:
For elective credit:
Ms. Meredith Burke, Transfer Credit Evaluator for the College of Arts and Sciences, at email@example.com
For major or minor credit:
The Undergraduate Director for the appropriate department. Contact information is at http://college.as.virginia.edu/ugrad-directors
Matriculated students must complete a transfer of credit form prior to completing transfer courses. The form is available online at http://college.as.virginia.edu/sites/college.as.virginia.edu/files/TransferOfCredit.pdf
For more information about Transfer Credit policies in the College of Arts and Sciences, see http://college.as.virginia.edu/transfer-credit
For prospective students: Because of staffing restrictions, we are not able to provide preliminary evaluations for prospective students. We do provide official evaluations for all newly admitted students prior to new student orientation.
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