Advanced Placement (AP) & Other Tests for Credit
Students who earn appropriate scores on AP, CLEP, IB or DSST exams may earn college credit at Weber State University. To have that credit posted to students' WSU records, please follow these steps:
- Have an official copy of your scores sent to WSU by the agency sponsoring the credit (AP, CLEP, IB, Dantes).
- Print and fill out the Application for Test Credit. Click here to print the Application for Test Credit. Submit this application to the Admissions Office by email (email@example.com), fax (801) 626-6747, or in person.
- There is also a $10 processing fee payable to the Cashiers Office before credit can be posted. The fee is payable by phone with a credit card, call (801) 626-8006 or in person at the Cashiers Office.
Students interested in taking any credit exam should verify in advance if their scores will be accepted by WSU and what credit will be earned. To verify what scores Weber State accepts, please click on the guideline links below. Keep in mind, credit granted for test scores may be changed at any time.
Advanced Placement Examinations
Weber State University grants course credit for AP scores of 3, 4, or 5 as determined by the academic department. To see which tests are accepted and the credit associated with the scores, please click the AP Guidelines link below. To be eligible to have this credit added to their WSU record, students must request an official AP Score Report from CollegeBoard to be sent to WSU.
College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
To order your official CLEP scores visit http://clep.collegeboard.org/about/score
Up to 30 credits may be granted for passing College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams. CLEP exams are available in the Student Service Testing Center, Room 262, for more details visit the Testing Center website. Please ensure the test you are taking is accepted for credit at WSU by clicking the CLEP Guidelines link below.
International Baccalaureate Program (IB)
Admitted students can earn college credit through the International Baccalaureate (IB) program by completing the IB diploma or scoring a 5, 6 or 7 on one or more of the Higher Level Subject Exams.
DANTES Examinations (DSST)
Admitted students can earn college credit by completing one or more of the DSST subject exams.
Special Departmental Examinations
Often, admitted students are proficient in a subject not covered by College Level Exams. In that case, they can often work with the academic departments involved to schedule tests for credit. The Testing Center has more details.
Foreign Language Credit -
Students who have prior foreign language experience can earn college credit in a number of ways. They may pass a foreign language credit exam as directed by the Foreign Language Department, or they may pass a higher level course with a grade of C or better. A student may receive up to 15 credits through passing the exam or by taking an upper division course. Details are available at http://www.weber.edu/ForeignLanguages/Student_Resources/Language_credit_options.html, or contact them at 801-626-6183. A student may receive up to 15 credits through passing the exam or by taking an upper division course.