A currently enrolled W&J student, with approval of his or her major advisor and the registrar's office, may take courses at another college or university. Courses in which the student earns a grade of C- or better may be transferred to W&J, subject to existing regulations covering such courses. The student initiates the procedure by obtaining a course description from the other institution and presenting this to the relevant department chair at W&J. The registrar's office will provide further instructions and the appropriate course transfer form.
Courses transferred from other institutions are credited to the student's transcript, but grades from these courses do not appear on the transcript, nor are they used to calculate the student's grade point average.
If you are an incoming transfer student, the registrar's office, in conjunction with the Office of Academic Affairs and department chairs, will provide the final determination of the course credit awarded from the courses you have completed prior to coming to W&J.
In any given summer, a W&J student may transfer to W&J up to two courses taken in another summer school program. These courses must be approved in advance according to the procedure described in the first paragraph in this section.