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Tying Up Loose Ends From Your Study Abroad Experience
When Will I Get My Transcript?
The process is this: transcripts are received by our Student Records Office. The analyst there will post them as soon as they are able, in accordance with the classes you got approved on your blue sheet or indicated as pre-approved from the website. Until your transcript arrives, your student record will still list the UNIV 199 study abroad class for 19 units. Once the real grades arrive, they will swap out for the UNIV 199 class with the real courses you took, and you will be able to view your grades on E-Campus.
All classes that you took abroad (which appear on the transcript that SCU receives from your abroad program) will be entered into your student record.
My Program Needs an Address To Send My Final Transcript To.
How Do I Get a New Course Approved That I Took Abroad?
Are the Units I Took Abroad Upper Divison or Lower Division Units?
The determination of whether those are upper or lower division units depends on how you got them approved. If you take, say, a beginning art class abroad that is equivalent to ART 001 here at SCU (hypothetically speaking) then those 4.5 units are 4.5 lower division units.
If you take an advanced Shakespearean lit class abroad which is approved to count as ENGL 199, or an U/D English Elective, then those 4.5 units are 4.5 upper division units.
Once your grades are entered into your record, you can check E-Campus and see if they have been entered as lower or upper division units. Any questions about how the units were entered can be resolved with the Student Records Office.
Why Is My Program Billing me for $460 (for example)?