As an incoming first-year student, you may receive college credit at Gonzaga University a number of different ways. We've outlined our policies regarding some of the more popular programs available to students across the country.
Running Start/Dual EnrollmentMany high school students take courses at their local college while concurrently enrolled in high school. To receive college credit for these courses, please arrange to have an official transcript from the institution awarding credit forwarded to the Office of Admission. Although we will accept most courses taken at other regionally accredited institutions, credit transfer evaluations are done on a course-by-course basis. Review our Transfer Credit Database to learn how credits transfer from other colleges/universities.
Advanced Placement (AP) is a program of college level courses and examinations for high school students which is sponsored by the College Board. AP exams are given once each year in May at participating high schools. Please have official scores forwarded to the Office of Admission. Gonzaga requirements for granting credit for individual AP subject exams are listed below.
International Baccalaureate (IB) is a standardized and highly rigorous secondary school curriculum used worldwide. We will grant college credit for scores of 5 or better (6 for English) earned on certain Higher Level IB exams. Gonzaga policies on granting credit for Higher Level IB exams and the policy regarding the IB diploma are listed below.