ACC Equivalency Guide
Before registering for any credit generating course(s) offered at an institution other than St. Edward’s, a student must obtain and complete a “Request to Take Courses Off Campus” form from their academic advisor. The form must list the specific courses to be taken and the St. Edward’s equivalents, have the appropriate signatures attached, and be on file with 1) the Office of the Registrar, 2) the advisor and 3) the student’s dean, prior to the student’s enrollment at another institution. It is the student’s responsibility to insure that these requirements are fulfilled. Credit may not be retroactively accepted if the student fails to complete this process or enrolls in courses other than those approved by the advisor/dean.
ACC Courses Not Accepted as Credit:
Courses determined by St. Edward’s to be developmental, remedial, technical, or preparatory are not eligible for the assignment of transfer credit (i.e. courses beginning with 0).
ACC Reverse Transfer Opportunity for Prior ACC Students:
A partnership between Austin Community College and St. Edward’s University allows eligible transfer students to complete their ACC associate degree through a process called reverse transfer. It is a simple and free process; for more information visit the Austin Community College Reverse Transfer website at http://www.austincc.edu/degrees-and-certificates/earn-a-degree-and-transfer/reverse-transfer.