The Office of Academic Records will have limited or delayed service from Monday, March 31 through Friday, April 4 as several staff members will be attending a conference. Thank you for your understanding.
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Students who have transferred into Andrews University from another college or university will have their transfer credit evaluated by our Articulation Office. This credit must be articulated in order to determine what transfer credit has an Andrews credit equivalent and can count toward the student's degree progress. If you have questions regarding degree progress after transferring, please consult your academic advisor and the Andrews University Bulletin to see degree requirements. For transfer credit questions, advanced placement or credit by examination questions, processes or troubleshooting, please email email@example.com. For questions regarding academic petitions for transfer credit, students must consult with their academic dean's office.
Students may process a degree audit by accessing their Vault account and following the links to "Degree Audit." Students are responsible for understanding and fulfilling degree requirements as expressed on their CAPP Report. CAPP means (Curriculum Advising and Program Planning).
Any questions on your CAPP Report should be directed to either the Undergraduate Records Office for undergraduate programs or the Graduate Records Office for graduate programs.
Enrollment and Degree Verifications are available in person or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course grades are available one week after graduation through your Vault account. Please contact instructors regarding your grades or about changing your grade — Academic Records does not initiate this process.
If you need to order transcripts and would like grades from the recent term to appear on your transcripts, please consider the timing of grade submissions and wait until grades are posted.
If you have a DG or Incomplete and need your grade to be changed, contact your instructor. Instructors are responsible for submitting final grades to Academic Records.
Please note, grade mailers will no longer be sent to the “Grade address” listed in the system. If you need to have a copy of your grades sent to a third-party (parent/guardian/employer/sponsor), please follow these instructions to setup a proxy.
In the event of illness or unavoidable extenuating circumstances, students may be issued an Incomplete (I) grade. The course instructor must be contacted and an Incomplete Contract Form must be submitted. The instructor will assign a timeline with a finish date for the student to complete the required work for a final grade. The student will see an I for incomplete on their grade summary/transcripts until, in the event the required work and deadlines are finished, the instructor submits the final grade to Academic Records.
If you would like to take a class at another Michigan college or university, please obtain a Michigan Uniform Undergraduate Guest Application from Articulation in Office 204 in Academic Records. Students who would like to be a guest at a university outside of Michigan should obtain a Transient Student Request from Articulation.
Students must visit their academic dean to obtain a graduate or undergraduate petition form. A student would obtain a petition form to take a course for their degree requirements in the following circumstances:
- Credit by exam
- Change of programs
- To petition acceptance of transfer credit to replace certain AU credit requirements
- A replacement course for a course that is no longer offered
- To take a course which had the name or number changed
- To take a course that has similar course content
- To seek permission to take a course
- To take a replacement course for a course not offered in the student's senior year.