Requesting Transcripts for Dual Credit Courses

  • Dual credit courses will transfer to many colleges or universities if a grade of "C" or better was achieved. When an NHS student earns dual credit, the grade, course number and awarding institution are noted on the student's transcript. However, colleges and universities will not accept a high school transcript as proof of credit earned.
     
     
    Students must request that their transcript be sent from the college/university that awarded the credit to the school that they plan to attend. In some cases, students may have to request transcripts be sent from multiple schools. If, however, the student plans to attend the institution through which credit was earned, nothing needs to be done.  
     
    To request transcripts from our dual credit partners, please view the links below:
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Note: Transfer policies vary by institution. Only the college or university in which a student plans to enroll can decide whether credit is transferable. Because of this, it is important to check with each institution. Click here for suggestions on what to ask when contacting the Office of Admissions and/or academic departments at colleges or universities.
     
     
    Transferring Credits to Other Institutions in Indiana 
     
     
    The Indiana Legislature passed House Enrolled Act 1347, now known at Public Law 185-2006 in the spring of 2006. It requires that the credits for dual credit courses that appear on the state's Core Transfer Library must transfer from one state institution (such as Indiana University) to another according to the articulation agreements that are in place. For information about the Core Transfer Library and the agreements that have been put in place, go to the TransferIN website
     
    *Courses marked "CTL" on the NHS Dual Credit List are in the Core Transfer Library.