Advanced Placement (AP) Credit
Students who have taken Advanced Placement courses in secondary school and wish to be considered for advanced credit or placement must take The College Board’s Advanced Placement tests. All entering students who submit a score of ‘4’ or ‘5’ on these tests may receive one course credit for each tested area toward the 32-course graduation requirement. Course credit for advanced placement will be lost if a student takes the equivalent course at Gettysburg.
- AP Exam Equivalencies
International Baccalaureate (IB) Credit
Gettysburg College recognizes the quality of the International Baccalaureate Diploma in the admissions process. In addition, the College awards one course credit in each subject area for Higher Level examination scores of ‘5’ or higher.
- IB Exam Equivalencies
Advanced Credit from College Courses
High school students who have taken regular courses at the college level in regionally accredited two- or four-year colleges may receive credit for these courses.
Enrolled students will be asked to submit their official college transcripts to the Registrar for review.
British A Level Credit
Credit is awarded for a grade of 'C' or higher on the British A Level exams.
- British A Level Exam Equivalencies