What if I’ve taken an Advanced Placement Test?

Advanced Placement Tests

Composition and Literature Advanced Placement Test
Score of 4 = E 140 credit
Score of 5 = E 140 credit and CO150 credit

Language and Composition Advanced Placement Test
Score of 4 = CO150 credit
Score of 5 = CO130 credit and CO150 credit

CO150: College Composition credit will satisfy the All-University Core Curriculum Intermediate Writing requirement (AUCC Category 1A).  E140: The Study of Literature will satisfy 3 of the 6 credits required for the All-University Core Curriculum Category 3B Arts/Humanities requirement.  CO130: Academic Writing will satisfy 3 elective credits.

Students who receive BOTH a 5 on the AP Composition and Literature test AND either a 4 or 5 on the  AP Language and Composition test are awarded credit for E140, CO130 and CO150.

Official score reports must be submitted for advanced-standing credit to be awarded. Instructions to request scores can be viewed at http://apscore.collegeboard.org/scores/score-reporting . CSU’s Code is 4075.

An official copy for any AP (Advanced Placement) exam must be sent to Colorado State University. Unofficial copies will not be accepted. Requests to have scores sent to CSU may be submitted through:

AP Services
P.O. Box 6671
Princeton, NJ 08541-6671
Phone: 609-771-7300
Toll Free: 888-225-5427
CSU Code: 4075
Email: apexams@info.collegeboard.com
Advanced Placement Website

Check your records in RAMweb

Access your student record online to view transfer credit that may have been awarded. Log in to RAMweb.colostate.edu using your eID, navigate to the Records section (right column) and select View My Transfer Credits (last bullet). Questions about your transfer credit should be directed to the Registrar’s Office: (970) 491-7159 or transferoffice@colostate.edu.

Questions?

Contact Sue Russell, Composition Program Assistant, in the Department of English at (970) 491-1898 or email sue.russell@colostate.edu.

What if I’ve taken International Baccalaureate Tests?

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE SCORES

Score of 4 Earned at the Higher Level in English:  E140
Score of 5 Earned at the Higher Level in English:  E140 and CO150
Score of 6 Earned at the Higher Level in English:  E140, CO150 and 3 Elective credits
Score of 7 Earned at the Higher Level in English:  E140, CO150 and 6 Elective credits

CO150: College Composition credit will satisfy the All-University Core Curriculum Intermediate Writing requirement (AUCC Category 1A).  E140: The Study of Literature will satisfy 3 of the 6 credits required for the All-University Core Curriculum Category 3B Arts/Humanities requirement.  The elective credits will show up as E1**.

Sending IB Scores to CSU:

An official copy for any IB (International Baccalaureate) exam must be sent to Colorado State University. Unofficial copies will not be accepted. Requests to have scores sent to CSU may be submitted through:

Transcript Officer
International Baccalaureate North America
475 Riverside Drive, Ste 240
New York, NY 10115
Phone: 212-296-4464
Fax: 212-889-9242
Email: transcripts.ibna@ibo.org
Website: www.ibo.org
Obtaining Transcripts

Here’s the link to the Frequently Asked Questions on the International Baccalaureate website for students to be able to request their results be sent to another institution:https://ibanswers.ibo.org/app/answers/detail/a_id/133/kw/sending%20results%20to%20an%20institution

Check your records in RAMweb

Access your student record online to view transfer credit that may have been awarded. Log in to RAMweb.colostate.edu using your eID, navigate to the Records section (right column) and select View My Transfer Credits (last bullet). Questions about your transfer credit should be directed to the Registrar’s Office: (970) 491-7159 or transferoffice@colostate.edu.

Questions?

Contact Sue Russell, Composition Program Assistant, in the Department of English at (970) 491-1898 or email sue.russell@colostate.edu.