THIS IS EXCELLENCE.
We understand that one of the most important factors in deciding when or if you will transfer to Auburn is knowing how the classes you take now will apply to your Auburn degree. It is our goal to make sure you have all the information you need to make transferring your courses as easy as possible.
Below is some important information about Auburn’s Transfer Credit Policies:
- The evaluation and award of Auburn University transfer credit for coursework will be based on official transcripts. Students are required to submit official transcripts for all post-secondary institutions attended. All work will be posted to the Auburn University transcript. Students are not able to pick and choose specific courses for transfer.
- Auburn University follows a semester calendar and awards credits earned in semester hours.
The following types of credit are not transferrable and will not count towards a degree.
- Remedial or developmental courses
- Technical courses
- Occupational, vocational and some workforce courses from two-year institutions
- Courses classified as below freshman level by the originating institution
- Credit in which a grade of F was earned is not applicable and will not count towards a degree. However, the course, hours, and grade are included in the Auburn University transcript and calculated in the grade point average.