Application for Exemption Credit
NOTE: If credit is granted, it will appear on your Academic History as Transfer Credit with a grade of “EX.” Exemption credit is not used to
calculate GPA but does satisfy graduation requirements.. Exemption credit is not typically transferrable to other institutions. You may not
take an exemption test if you are enrolled in the course, if you have previously been enrolled in the course, or if you have previously
attempted the exemption test
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: (A separate application is required for each exemption test)
1. Complete the top section of this application before registering for any course you plan to exempt (No later than the last day of drop/add).
2. Contact an instructor within the appropriate department to schedule the exemption test (Instructor will insert date, time, and location).
3. Take this application to the cashier’s office and pay non-refundable exemption test fee (Cashier will attach payment confirmation).
4. Submit this application (With top three sections completed) to instructor on the date of the exemption test.
1. Student Completes this Section: Submit to Instructor designated to administer the exemption test.
COMP 1000, Introduction to Computers
2. Instructor Completes this Section (Before Test): Enter exemption test schedule and return form to the STUDENT.
3. Cashier Completes this Section: Staple payment receipt to this form and present to instructor at the time of the exemption test.
The non-refundable fee for an exemption test is 25% of the course tuition.
Total Credit Hours for Course
X $100.00 = Course Tuition X 25%
= Business Office Staff Member Receiving Payment:
4. Instructor Completes this Section (After Test): Submit signed, completed form to the Registrar’s office.
I certify that this student
met the criteria for exemption of the listed course.
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