College Board Advanced Placement Test

The College recognizes the College Board Advanced Placement Examination Program as a means of evaluating a student’s eligibility for advanced placement and credit transfer.  AP credits are reviewed by the Program Director and, at their discretion, are submitted to the Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs. Students who have participated in the AP Program and who have been admitted to the College should have official AP grade reports forwarded from the College Board directly to the College Admissions Office. More information can be found at College Board, Advanced Placement Examinations, CN6671, Princeton, NJ 08541-6671, telephone number (609) 771-7300 (www.collegeboard.com).The minimum score to receive credit varies from 3 to 5. No credit is awarded on any AP exam score of less than 3.