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Welcome to the office of the registrar!

The registrar maintains academic records and course schedules. Our office can help if you have questions about scheduling, transcripts, dropping and adding courses, or credits needed for graduation. Be sure to consult our course catalog for more information on courses, majors, and requirements.

Our office can help with questions about college credits that you may have already earned, such as dual enrollment credits, and credits earned through AP, IB, and CLEP.

We can also provide information concerning your rights as set forth in the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Please reach out to our office or give us a call at 864-379-6545 if you have any questions or concerns. We’re here to help!

Course Catalogs
Erskine College academic catalog for the 2023 - 2024 school year
Past Catalogs
2022-23 Catalog 2021-22 Catalog 2020-21 Catalog 2019-20 Catalog 2018-19 Catalog 2017-18 Catalog

Transfer Credits

Credit is awarded toward an Erskine degree for courses which correspond to those offered by Erskine and on which grades earned were “C” or better. Courses which do not correspond to courses offered by Erskine may be accepted as free electives, up to a maximum of six semester hours of credit toward graduation requirements. The quality point ratio at Erskine is calculated only on courses attempted on campus. Students must be eligible to return to their former institutions before an Erskine acceptance is valid. A maximum of 64 semester hours may be accepted from an accredited two-year college

Credit for College Courses Taken During High School:

Erskine recognizes dual-enrollment credits and examination-based credits that meet the following guidelines:

Dual-Enrollment / College Courses

Courses taken during high school may be considered for credit at Erskine College upon receipt of an official transcript of all college courses taken, submitted directly from the college attended.

Examination-Based Credits

Credits earned through AP, IB, CLEP, or proficiency testing do not affect the student’s grade point average. Questions regarding examination-based credits should be referred to the College registrar.

Advanced Placement Program (AP)

If a student receives a score of four (4) or higher on Advanced Placement (AP) tests, college credit will be awarded.

International Baccalaureate (IB)

If a student receives a score of five (5) or higher on a higher-level examination of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program, college credit will be awarded.

College Level Examination Program

The College may grant credits based on the results of the College Level Examination Program (CLEP). Credit is awarded for subject examinations only; no credit is awarded for general examinations.

Credit by Proficiency

Proficiency examinations may be requested through department chairs. These tests may be prepared locally or obtained from the Educational Testing Service or other nationally recognized testing agencies. A fee may be charged by the administering department for a proficiency exam.

Academic Affairs

Ed Clavell

Interim Provost

Marissa Niño

Assistant Registrar

Tracy Spires

Institutional Registrar

Susan Nance

Assistant to the Institutional Registrar

Shane Bradley

Administrative Dean of the College, Assistant Professor of English, Director of the Writing Program
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