Recording Credit at Waubonsee

Everyone wants to get the credit they deserve, and at Waubonsee, we try to make that as easy as we can. Listed below are several ways to get college credit recorded before completing a class here.

Everyone wants to get the credit they deserve, and at Waubonsee, we try to make that as easy as we can. Listed below are several ways to get college credit recorded before completing a class here.

Credits Earned at Other Colleges/Universities
Students looking to bring college credit to Waubonsee with them should follow the same enrollment procedures as all new students. However, they must also submit an official transcript and complete the Transcript Evaluation Request Form process.

Armed Forces Experience
Veterans may be granted up to 4 semester hours for physical educational activity courses and/or personal wellness. Application forms for armed forces credit are available at the Counseling, Advising and Transfer Center.

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Students should arrange to have their CLEP exam records sent to Waubonsee. The CLEP Course Equivalency Guide outlines the credits awarded based on Exam Title and corresponding score. A recording fee of $10 per credit hour applies. For more information about taking a CLEP test at Waubonsee, please visit Learning Assessment and Testing.

Advanced Placement (AP) Credit
Students should arrange to have their Advanced Placement exam records sent to Waubonsee. The AP Course Equivalency Guide outlines the credits awarded based on Exam Title and corresponding score. A recording fee of $10 per credit hour applies.

International Baccalaureate (IB) Credit
Students should arrange to have their International Baccalaureate transcript sent to Waubonsee. The IB Course Equivalency Guide outlines the credits awarded based on the IB subject and corresponding score.

VALEES Articulated Credit
Area high school students who complete certain technical/career training courses may be eligible for credit and/or advanced placement at Waubonsee through an agreement with the Valley Education for Employment System (VALEES). The VALEES website includes a complete list of eligible courses and their Waubonsee equivalents.

Students should consult their high school counselor or a Waubonsee counselor to get the proper paperwork. They'll also need to submit an official high school transcript, and a recording fee of $10 per credit hour applies. For other rules and details, see the "Career Connections" section of the college catalog.

Proficiency Credit
Credit may be awarded based on college standardized exams, professional training, and industry certification or licensure. A recording fee of $10 per credit hour applies.

Contact

Registration and Records
Sugar Grove Campus
Student Center, Second Floor
(630) 466-7900, ext. 2370
registration@waubonsee.edu