Please see the Academic Bulletin section on “Transfer of Courses.”
Information on transfer equivalents for Advanced Placement (AP) credits is here.
Understanding Transfer Credit on Your Transcript
If transfer credit is equated to an exact Allegheny equivalent, it will appear on your transcript as such. e.g., MATH 160. That course will count in all the ways that MATH 160 counts if taken on campus.
If transfer credit is not equated to an exact Allegheny equivalent, it will appear on your transcript as one of the following. These course numbers and descriptions will start to appear as of Fall 2018.
Prior to Fall 2018, transfer credit will appear as follows.
If you have AP credit, it will appear as follows
Please consult your advisor or the Office of the Registrar if you have questions about transfer credit equivalents.
Releasing Transcripts Sent to the College
Allegheny College cannot provide copies of official or unofficial transcripts to students or to other third parties. This includes all forms of transfer credit, including credit by examination, college in high school courses, study away, summer courses, etc. Transcripts are provided to Allegheny College at the request of a student with the understanding that they will not be shared with anyone other than the intended recipient. Any transcript is a static version of a dynamic document and may have changed since the transcript was issued. Students who need copies of their transcripts to share with graduate schools, employers, fellowship providers, or for any other purposes, must request those transcripts from the school of origin.