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Transfer Articulation Information

EASTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY   ~   Transfer Articulation

 Wondering how classes will transfer into EOU? See the information and links below.

 

Transfer Course Equivalencies

This search displays how Eastern Oregon University accepts the course that you need to transfer.**

General Education Transfer Guide

This search displays the courses at your school that satisfy the General Education Requirements at Eastern Oregon University.**

Individual Transfer Course Look Up

This search allows specific look-up of transfer course by subject code and course number.**

** Please note that if a course is not listed, it does not mean that EOU will not accept it. If a course is not listed it means that the course has not been articulated yet. 

 

 Regionally Accredited Institutions

Regional Accreditation refers to the regional bodies recognized by the US Department of Education to accredit public and private, mainly nonprofit and degree-granting two- and four-year institutions in the US. The regional bodies are listed in the Council for Higher Education Accreditation directory. Regional accreditation differs from national or trade accreditation, which encompass predominantly for-profit institutions offering vocational, career or technical programs.

Students entering Eastern Oregon University with transfer credits from a Regionally Accredited Institution will have their credits evaluated based on one of the following:

1.  If students obtain any of the following, then their General Education Core Requirements are met at Eastern Oregon University:

  • Associate of Arts-Oregon Transfer Degree (AAOT)
  • Associate of Science-Oregon Transfer Degree (ASOT)
  • Completion of an AA or AS from:
    • North Idaho College
    • College of Southern Idaho
    • College of Western Idaho
    • Community College of Micronesia
  • Completion of a Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) as transcribed by a regionally accredited Washington Community College
  • A certificate of CSUGE or IGETC from California

2.  Incoming transfer courses:

  • May articulate as direct substitutions to Eastern Oregon University’s Courses and/or be awarded General Education Credit based on review of comparable catalog descriptions and review of Syllabus.
  • Courses that are found to have General Education Credits but are not awarded direct substitutions of an EOU Class  are listed as LDT (Lower Division Transfers) or UDT (Upper Division Transfers) and will have the General Education Credit awarded when articulated.
  • Courses that transfer in but are neither awarded Gen Ed or as direct substitution are listed as LDT (Lower Division Transfers) or UDT (Upper Division Transfers).
  •  The student may earn up to 12 credits of LDVT (Lower Division Vocational Transfers), which are transferred to EOU as general elective credits.

 

ACE: American Council on Education

Students entering Eastern Oregon University may have college credit awarded for educational experience obtained in the military. Credit will be evaluated and based on the recommendation of the American Council on Education.

Information about ordering official military transcripts is available at the American Council on Education.*

CLEP: College Level Examination Program

The CLEP program provides the opportunity to demonstrate college-level achievement through exams in undergraduate college courses. There are 2,900 colleges that grant credit and/or advanced standing for CLEP.  The exams are computer-based exams that permit immediate scoring. *

CLEP exams accepted by EOU

AP: Advanced Placement

Eastern Oregon University gladly accepts your Advanced Placement scores. The link provided will take you to a table that shows the credit and/or General Education credit awarded.*

AP scores Accepted by EOU

ASL: Agency Sponsored Learning

Students may receive credit for courses and training taken from non-degree granting organizations such as the military, corporations, labor unions, professional and voluntary associations, and government agencies. The subject area must be within a discipline offered at EOU, and the course/training must have taken place within required clock hours. You must provide documentation that learning took place.  Students pay $50 per credit hour for Agency Sponsored Learning other than military.  *

*A combined maximum of 45 credit hours of course challenges, College Level Examination Program (CLEP), Advanced Placement (AP), Agency Sponsored learning (ASL), and Assessment of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL), may be applied toward the 180 credit hour degree requirement.

A combined maximum of 60 credit hours of course challenges, College Level Examination Program (CLEP), Advanced Placement (AP), Agency Sponsored learning (ASL), and Assessment of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL), and practicum coursework may be applied toward the 180 credit hours degree requirement.

No more than 93 non-grade credits (courses taken as S/U) may be applied toward the 180 hours degree requirement.

 

 Unaccredited Institutions

In certain instances, credit may be considered for admitted students on a case-by-case basis. Students entering Eastern Oregon University with transfer credits from an unaccredited institution will have their credits evaluated and awarded based on the following rules:

  1. Unaccredited credits cannot be awarded General Education Credit.
  2. Unaccredited credits cannot be transferred in as an EOU Class substitution.
  3. Unaccredited credits will not count on the student’s record until they have taken 35 EOU credits.
  4. Unaccredited credits will be evaluated on a case by case basis. If a class meets a program offered by EOU, the class will be brought in as a LDT (Lower Division Transfers) within that program.
  5. The student may earn up to 12 credits of LDVT (Lower Division Vocational Transfers), which are transferred to EOU as general elective credits

 

 

Eastern Oregon University General Education List 

(from the 2014-15 catalog)

General Education Core

The 60 credit General Education Curriculum serves the diverse student body of Eastern Oregon University by helping students to integrate into university life and challenging them to become critical, creative thinkers and engaged, knowledgeable citizens, open to new ways of looking at the world. Courses may be taken graded (C- or better) or S/U (please refer to the S/U policy). A minimum of 60 credits is required. For the most current listing of GEC courses please refer to:


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