Your official transcript(s) will be reviewed by a Transfer Specialist after your formal admission to ISU. All lower-division coursework will go through an initial course description review by the Office of the Registrar. All upper-division course equivalencies are done by departments teaching the course. Make an appointment with your assigned departmental advisor if you have upper-division courses you wished to have reviewed for direct credit. All coursework taken from Regionally Accredited institutions is transferable to ISU.
Courses that transfer with a course number of XXX are general electives. Make an appointment with your assigned departmental advisor to discuss how these credits applied to your degree program at ISU.
Students who have earned an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science automatically qualify for a general education waiver at ISU. All other associate degrees are reviewed to determine if they meet the Idaho State Board of Education general education matriculation policy.
Credits transferred in from a quarter school have to be converted to the semester system. A quarter credit is equal to 2/3 (0.667) of a semester credit.
All students who attend an international institution must go through a credential service to have their coursework reviewed and converted to the USA system. All coursework taken outside of the USA must go through a formal department review to determine direct equivalent credits.
Make an appointment with your assigned departmental advisor to discuss how these credits apply to your degree program at ISU.
Transfer grades are converted to the ISU grade system with a proceeding T (TA, TC, etc.) and do not affect the ISU GPA.
Students who received military training, recorded on their Joint Service Transcript (JST), must provide ISU with an official JST during the application process. Students may ask to have these training modules evaluated for college-bearing credit using ISU's PLA policy.
Resident credits are credits earned at Idaho State University for ISU credit-bearing courses. All students pursuing a degree or certificate from ISU must complete a minimum number of credits taught by ISU faculty.
Note: Transcripts must be sent directly to ISU Office of the Registrar from the issuing institution to be considered official.
For electronic official transcripts (sent by Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, Escrip-Safe), please send to email@example.com
For official transcripts sent by mail, please mail directly to:
Office of the Registrar - Idaho State University
921 S. 8th Ave
Mail Stop 8196
Pocatello, ID 83209-8196
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