Credit earned through the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) at a Florida public institution prior to initial enrollment at UNF will receive equivalent transfer credit. CLEP scores for which credit is not awarded at another Florida public institution will be evaluated in accordance with the statewide articulation agreement. For CLEP tests currently available, UNF students may register for CLEP examinations designed to cover material in the University general education curriculum in accordance with the statewide articulation agreement. Credit earning scores and course credit awarded can be found on the Florida Statewide Course Numbering System website. Students are advised to register for CLEP prior to the semester in which they intend to use the CLEP credit. Official scores must be mailed to One Stop Student Services prior to the end of the add/drop period of the semester in which credit is to be recorded. Students are further advised to refrain from enrolling for any course that requires a prerequisite for which CLEP is to be substituted (i.e., a student should not register for French II if the student is attempting to achieve CLEP credit for French I). A CLEP examination may not be used to forgive a grade already earned.
By presenting appropriate CLEP scores, students may earn as many as 30 credit hours. The applicability of these credits toward completion of general education requirements will be determined by Enrollment Services Processing. Credit will be granted for examinations based on passing scores in the statewide articulation agreement. Further information on the awarding of transfer credit through CLEP may be obtained from One Stop Student Services.
Information is subject to change.
* There is no guarantee that College Composition Modular will be accepted without the essay component.
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