- What if I registered for classes and then find out later that I received AP credit for one of the courses?
- What scores do I need on my AP exams for courses to be accepted by Ithaca College for credit?
- Can I use AP credits to count toward my ICC requirements?
- I have a credit from my local college and I have no idea how to transfer it or if it will transfer.
- Does Ithaca College accept IB credits?
What if I registered for classes and then find out later that I received AP credit for one of the courses?
Some students need to register for Fall courses before the final AP scores are received at Ithaca College. If you need to adjust your schedule, you can do so beginning at 5:00 pm on August 22, 2014 by using the Add/Drop Classes link on HomerConnect.
Contact the faculty advisor with whom you worked in the summer or contact the Academic Advising Center if you have more questions about the process.
Although the college requires a score of 4 or 5 for credit to be awarded in most subject areas, there are some subjects for which the college will accept a score of 3.
The online undergraduate catalog will provide you with more information about AP scores and how they transfer to Ithaca College.
The Academic Writing requirement and the Quantitative Literacy requirement for the ICC may be fulfilled with AP credits. For more information on the exact AP courses and scores that are required check out the FAQs on the ICC web site.
In almost all cases, you will need to make arrangements with the college where you earned the credit to send the information to Ithaca College. Information on how to transfer credit to Ithaca College can be obtained by going to the transfer credit section of the Office of the Registrar’s web site.
Yes, the college does accept IB credits for some courses. The undergraduate catalog provides information on how IB credits translate to courses at Ithaca College. Search for International Baccalaureate Policy.