AP/IB Scores and College Credit

Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Scores

Depending on your scores, AP and IB exams can count for some courses at the University of Portland. College credit from other colleges/universities may also count. In the Registration & Advising Survey, you will be asked about any AP/IB exams and college credit that you may have. Make sure to indicate all of your exams and credits on this survey. This will help your Program Counselor when they build your schedule.

If you would like to learn more about receiving course credit for your AP/IB/or dual enrollment college courses, please visit the Transferring Credit to UP webpage on the University of Portland's Admissions website
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AP/IB Scores and College Credit

Follow this link for information on how AP/IB scores and college credit will transfer to the University of Portland

AP/IB Scores and College Credit

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When should I send my AP/IB Scores and/or College Credit to the University of Portland?

Send your scores and/or transcripts to UP as soon as possible, by November 1st.

What should I do if I think I am enrolled in a course that I think I have AP/IB or college credit for?

Program Counselors use the information from your Registration & Advising Survey to build your schedule. If you think that you are enrolled in a course for fall that you anticipate getting credit for through college transcripts or AP/IB scores, contact your Program Counselor.

How can I tell if the University of Portland has received my AP/IB Scores or college credit?

Please contact the Office of Admissions or your Admissions Counselor to see if your AP/IB scores or college transcripts have been received.