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Advanced Placement Programs

The College participates in the Advanced Placement (AP) Program conducted by the College Board by awarding academic credit or advanced placement to entering students who have made specified scores on AP examinations taken prior to entry to the College. Accepted students should have AP score reports sent directly to the College (College code 5567) in the summer following the senior year of high school. Faculty members of the appropriate academic departments establish policies for academic credit and advanced placement in each discipline. Entering students who have earned scores of “3” or better on AP Program examinations may be considered for advanced placement in college courses and for credit toward graduation, at the discretion of the department chairs involved. Most departments require a minimum score of “4” before granting credit will be considered.

Click here for the current departmental AP policies.

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