ACT | SAT | AP | IB Credit

Students may receive credit for selected courses by achieving designated scores on the ACT/SAT/AP assessments. A list of courses for which credit is awarded based on these assessments is available from the Executive Dean of Academics. Students desiring course credit from ACT/SAT/AP scores should submit the appropriate scores to the Office of Admissions & Records and request these scores be evaluated. The Office of Admissions & Records will post the awarded credit to the student’s Navarro College transcript and notify the student. Students who are awarded credits on this basis will have the subject area and credit earned recorded on their permanent record card after they have completed twelve (12) semester hours in residence at Navarro with a grade-point-average of 2.0 (“C”) or better. All questions regarding Navarro College courses, the transfer of courses from a regionally accredited institution, the credit by examination procedure, and the evaluated credit procedures should be addressed to the Office of Student Services or to the Office of Admissions & Records.

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Program is an accelerated and rigorous high school curriculum taught by selected, certified teachers and patterned after the European and international secondary programs. Navarro College welcomes applicants from the International Diploma Program in which students may earn advanced placement credit for scores made on the Standard Level and Higher Level exams. Credit will be awarded for individual exam scores whether or not the certificate or diploma is earned. The amount of credit will be awarded as transfer credit and will depend upon the exam score and the level of the course.