Revisions to Policy 42-92 were approved by the Senate on April 24, 2012. Implementation pending ACUE action. To view revisions, see the legislative report.
A person who does advanced work in a secondary school may take Advanced Placement Examinations, which are based on college-level studies. The University cooperates with the College Board in this program.
Credit may be awarded for Advanced Placement Examinations depending upon the grades earned on the examination. For some examinations, the amount of credit awarded varies with an earned grade of three, four, or five. The schedule of credit awarded for Advanced Placement Examinations may be revised annually upon review by the faculty.
Limitations of credit earned through the Advanced Placement Examinations are as follows: