How to Apply for Summer School Elsewhere 2013
Step 1: Decide which course you would like to take somewhere else. Click here to review departmental guidelines for taking summer courses elsewhere.
Step 2: A course is either pre-approved or needs approval. Review the pre-approved list to see if your course is on the list.
Click here for directions to have a course approved if it does not appear on the pre-approved list.
Step 3: Submit your completed application. (If your course is not on the pre-approved list, all of the items required in Step 2 must accompany your application.)
Step 4: Once you have submitted your application (and accompanying materials), check with Susan Carlton to see if your approval has gone through if the course was not on the pre-approved list.
Step 5: Once you are certain your course has been approved and you have submitted your Summer School Application register for the course at the other school.
Step 6: After you have completed the course you must have an official transcript sent to Susan Carlton in the Registrar’s Office.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING SUMMER SCHOOL ELSEWHERE:
- Even if the course you want to take is preapproved, you must submit a SSE Application prior to attending the other school.
- You must have a 2.0 cumulative GPA (including spring) before attending another school. If you believe that you may have lower than a 2.0 cumulative GPA after spring grades are entered, do not register for a first session of summer school at a school other than WFU.
- Transfer credit is given only for courses taken at 4-year institutions that grant bachelor’s degrees.
- A student may transfer to WFU no more than 60 hours of credit. This includes hours taken both prior to and after enrolling at WFU. Once enrolled, a student may count towards graduation, at most, 30 hours of credit from non-WFU sources.
- Twelve (12) hours is the maximum allowed to transfer back to WFU in one summer.
- A student must make a C (not C minus) or higher for a course to transfer. An official transcript must be submitted regardless of the grade earned and regardless of whether the student wants WFU credit.
- An official transcript must be submitted if a student withdraws from or officially drops a course or courses.
- No basic/divisional/major/minor/quantitative reasoning/cultural diversity may be taken on a pass/fail basis. Pass/fail must be approved prior to registering for the course.
- Transfer work does not affect the student’s WFU GPA. Courses may not be repeated elsewhere to replace grades earned at WFU.
- No student on social or academic probation or suspension from WFU may take coursework at another institution and have that work transferred to WFU for credit.
- More credit may not be given for a course than is given for the equivalent WFU course.
- A student cannot take at WFU a course that is equivalent to one previously taken elsewhere for credit. A student cannot take elsewhere a course that is equivalent to ACC 111, even if the student does not want to get WFU credit for the course.