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E-6: ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM OF THE COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION BOARD (CEEB)

Procedure:

A current degree candidate or current student interested in receiving credit for Advanced Placement Examination should arrange for an official grade report to be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to the Undergraduate Admissions Office. The Director of Admissions is responsible for evaluating such reports and awarding credit. If credit is awarded, a candidate's University record carries notation of credit, but no grade is recorded. Credit awarded in this manner does not affect a candidate's grade point average at this University.

Advanced placement credit(s) will be posted to the student's record but will not appear on the student's official transcript until the student has completed a credit-bearing course at Penn State.

The schedule of credit which may be earned through the Advanced Placement Examination may be obtained from the admissions office. This schedule also appears in the Baccalaureate Degree Programs Bulletin. (Ref: Senate Policy 42-92)

Senate Policy:  42-92, Advanced Placement Program of the College Board

Approved: ACUI (4-29-76)
Revised: ACUE (7-26-96)
Revised: ACUE (3-14-13)