General Transfer Credit Information
Transfer Credit Database
To identify how evaluated coursework transfers to WVU, please reference the transfer credit database (downloading and installing the launcher is required) .
If you are having difficulties opening the database, you may access the established equivalencies in the following Excel spreadsheet.
Institutions and courses that are not found within the database simply have not been evaluate d at this point. Coursework may be evaluated using WVU's Transfer Equivalency Review Request (TERR) system.
Requesting Coursework to be Evaluated
Courses may be evaluated and added to the WVU Transfer Credit Database by utilizing the Transfer Equivalency Review Request (TERR) system . In most cases, the review process takes 5 to 10 business days.
The WVU Office of the Registrar is able to determine certain equivalencies at the 100/1000 (freshman) and 200/2000 (sophomore) level. If you have 5 or more courses at or below the 200/2000 level, please utilize the following spreadsheet and email firstname.lastname@example.org the list for an initial review. You will be notified of our findings, and if further review through TERR is necessary.
Please review the requirements for submitting a request as incomplete requests will cause a delay in evaluation.
Course Coding of Transferable Credit
In order to clearly identify and distinguish non-equivalent coursework, West Virginia
University utilizes unique numbering for the various types of credit brought to
WVU. The following legend explains the codes utilized by WVU, and when they may
|xTC||Utilized to designate coursework taken from a transfer institution that was
found to not have a direct equivalent at WVU. The preceding number (x) indicates
the level the course was taken as at the previous institution. The assigned
subject code is determined by the content matter covered.
||HIST 1TC; BIOL 2TC; MATH 3TC; CHEM 4TC
|1C1 & 1C2
||Awarded to English Composition courses that are found not directly equivalent
to WVU's ENGL 101 & ENGL 102. These courses help to satisfy the General
Education Foundation area 1. ENGL 1C1 serves as a prerequisite to ENGL 102.
||ENGL 1C1 & ENGL 1C2
||Utilized to designate coursework that has not yet been evaluated for possible
||Utilized to represent coursework taken in transient, that requires an approved
transient form to be articulated.
||Awarded to Advanced Placement exam scores that do not have an approved equivalent.
May satisfy General Education requirements.
||Awarded to International Baccalaureate exam scores that do not have an approved
equivalent. May satisfy General Education requirements.
||Awarded to College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exam scores that do not
have an approved equivalent. May satisfy General Education requirements.
Study Abroad refers to coursework taken at an international institution as part of an approved program through the Office of Global Affairs. Please utilize the following page in order to properly request to take courses via Study Abroad.
- Advanced Placement Exams (AP)
- International Baccalaureate Exams (IB)
- College Level Examination Program (CLEP)