A student readmitted to the College of Charleston after an absence of three or more calendar years may choose to have their previous College of Charleston record treated as transfer credit if they achieve a GPA of 2.50 or better upon completion of their first 15 hours after their return. Previous work at the College will remain on a student's educational record, however, only coursework completed since readmission will be used to calculate the cumulative GPA. A student choosing this option should request it once the 15 hours are completed.
Please note that students who choose to apply the Three-Year Transfer Option to their record should be aware that any course(s) taken prior to readmission in which a grade of C- or lower was earned will not count toward graduation. For the purpose of calculating GPA for graduation with honors, all coursework taken at the College of Charleston will be included in that calculation.
For more information about the Three-Year Transfer Option in the Undergraduate Catalog, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog.