Our students report that nearly 400 colleges and univerisities nationwide have accepted credits earned through Saint Louis University's 1818 Advanced College Credit Program.
Some were accepted as elective courses only. The 1818 Advanced College Credit Program assumes no responsibility for validating the accuracy of the responses.
Grades earned through the 1818 Advanced College Credit program are considered Saint Louis University grades, and will become part of your undergraduate GPA if you enroll at SLU as a full-time student.
If you are not planning to attend SLU, please note that most institutions typically do not accept grades lower than a "C" for transfer credit. It is your responsibility to investigate how other institutions transfer in credits earned through the 1818 Advanced College Credit program.
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Where Will My 1818 Credits Transfer?
Since 2012, the 1818 Program has engaged alumni of the program regarding where and how their credits have transferred. The information has been published into an annual report and developed into a unique interactive map resource that no other dual credit program provides.
The report and map are meant to help assist families in researching 1818 credit transferability to different institutions nationally. However, it is your responsibility as a student to contact prospective institutions to articulate exactly how credits will transfer.
In addition to the resources published by the 1818 Advanced College Credit program, we encourage families to research transferability of SLU credit using the following external resources:
- Transferology.com is a free site that requires an account creation. It allows you to list all of your SLU 1818 courses and search through participating universities to see how the credits traditionally are articulated at the institution. Saint Louis University is a partner institution of the website and regularly updates its courses to ensure maximum accuracy.
- The UConn external transferability database has compiled transfer data from institution across the country and provides a one to three star ranking on the likelihood of an institution accepting dual credit courses in general.