Extra-Institutional Credit is granted through means other than the
completion of formal college-level courses (e.g., testing and non-collegiate
sponsored instruction). Testing methods include institutionally prepared
examinations, institutionally administered performance testing, and standardized
national tests especially designed for the establishment of credit.
Non-collegiate sponsored instruction includes military training/learning,
workplace courses, etc. The following requirements pertain to all methods of
extra-institutional credit described in this section:
Extra-Institutional Credit earned through any of the following methods must be
validated by successful completion of 12 or more semester hours of academic work
at Rogers State University and will be recorded on the transcript only if the
student is currently enrolled.
All credit through extra-institutional means will be recorded with a grade of
“P.” Only those courses for which the minimum passing scores are attained
will be recorded.