"New first-time freshman may transfer a maximum of 5 courses carrying up to 4 credit hours each toward their undergraduate degree requirements under the following conditions:
- Students must complete an application form to be validated by a high school officer attesting to the fact that the course did not satisfy a high school requirement. The application form must be completed by the high registrar, principal, or counselor certifying that the college level courses completed were not part of the student's high school program and that credit for the course was not offered towards partial fulfillment of the requirements for the high school diploma.
- The college course must have been conducted at an institution of higher education in a course enrolling primarily college students.
- The student must have earned a grade of B or higher in such transfer courses.
- Students awarded such transfer credit are limited to a maximum of 24 credit hours for the combined total of AP credit, IB credit , and transfer credit.
- The transfer credits will be applied toward the normal 128 credit hour graduation requirements and be consistent with transfer articulation rules in effect for Core, Major, School, or Elective credit.
- An exception may be granted to students who attend a high school in which students may earn an associate degree while in high school; such students may transfer up to 64 credit hours to LUC."