Eastern Florida State College | Correspondence Courses

Correspondence Courses

EFSC will consider each transcript and analyze credit for transfer in terms of level,
content, quality, comparability, and degree program relevance. Coursework accepted
must represent collegiate coursework relevant to the degree, with course content and
level of instruction resulting in student competencies at least equivalent to those
of students enrolled in EFSC's degree programs.

All documents must be provided before the request will be considered by the Office
of the Registrar. Upon receipt of the document, the Office of the Registrar will review
all evidence provided and make a final determination on the transferability of each

Required Documentation

An official transcript from the college/university is required.

Evaluation Policy

Transfer credits are awarded with a “grade” of TA, TB or TC. Courses will count in
attempts and satisfy prerequisites, but will not calculate into the student’s grade
point average at Eastern Florida. Courses with grades below a “C” will not normally
be transferred. If transferred at the written request of the student, the earned grade
(e.g. a “D”) will transfer at face value and will calculate into the student’s cumulative