Advanced Standing Report Help
You are viewing the Advanced Standing Report page. This page provides a way
for you to review transfer course work that has been received and recorded
by Oregon State University as part of your official record. While your
official OSU transcript shows the result of transferred course work, this
Advance Standing Report provides the detail of how each each course was
A complete, official evaluation of all course work transferred to OSU is
referred to as an Advanced Standing Report. It reflects all college and
university courses taken, as documented from your academic transcripts.
The report shows whether or not OSU accepted the course in transfer, and
if accepted, how it transfers to OSU.
Courses are grouped by Attendance Period for each Transferring
Institution. A Bold entry showing the OSU equivalent will appear
immediately following each applicable course.
If you have any questions regarding your Advanced Standing Report or OSU's
transfer evaluation process, contact the Office of Admission & Orientation
The Advanced Standing Report (ASR) has been designed to provide you and
your academic advisor with a summary of the transcript information on
previously attended colleges and universities. Below gives more
information about the report.
- Transfer Courses:
||the term course work was taken at prior institution.|
||course subject as noted on prior institution transcript.|
||numeric identifier as noted on prior institution transcript.|
||course title as noted on prior institution transcript.|
||credit hours reported in units used at prior institution.|
||mark recorded on prior institution transcript.|
- OSU Evaluation:
||OSU subject equivalent.|
||OSU numeric identifier.|
||OSU course title of equivalent.|
||OSU quarter credit hours of equivalent courses.|
||OSU grade equivalent.|
- When there is no OSU equivalent, the title and course number of
the transferable course work will be identified as LDT = lower division
transfer and UDT = upper division transfer.
- For example:
- (Dept) LDT (e.g., CH LDT) - These are Lower Division Transfer (LDT)
- (Dept) UDT (e.g., BI UDT) - These are Upper Division Transfer (UDT)
BI LD1* courses are considered to be taught at the nonmajors
level at OSU. These courses are similar to OSU's BI 101, 102
and 103 courses though they do not match any single course
closely enough to be articulated as such. Any LD1* course
will fulfill a Biological Science (with lab) requirement
of the Baccalaureate Core - see the Baccalaureate Core list
for details. If the lecture and lab are taught as separate
courses, both must be completed for a biological science
baccalaureate core requirement to be fulfilled.
Consult an advisor if you have further questions
about how LD1* courses count in a specific major.
BI LD2* courses are considered to be taught at the science
majors level at OSU. These courses are similar to OSU's BI
211, 212 and 213 courses though they do not match any single
course closely enough to be articulated as such. Any one LD2*
course will fulfill a Biological Science (with lab) requirement
of the Baccalaureate Core - see the Baccalaureate Core for
details. Students who need to complete the entire BI 211, 212,
213 series as part of their major at OSU should complete the
entire sequence before transferring or wait to take
the sequence at OSU. If the lecture and lab are taught as
separate courses, both must be completed for a biological
science baccalaureate core requirement to be fulfilled.
Consult an advisor if you have further
questions about how LD2* courses count in a specific major.
- The course title for LDT and UDT courses shown on the ASR will be
the transfer college course title in most cases. The exception will be
where LDT and UDT courses are used in addition to the OSU course to
account for all credit earned.
- For example:
- BA 171 at LBCC is a 4-credit course. This course will articulate to
BA 171 (3 credits) plus BA LDT (1 credit) to provide for the full 4 credits
- An asterisk (*) preceding the OSU evaluation title indicates the
course meets a baccalaureate core requirement.
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- "F" (Failed) grades from a transfer institution will appear in the
OSU Evaluation for information only and be included in the GPA Hours but
will not be included in the Earned Hours of the Transfer Summary.
- Some lower-division transfer courses may be equated to upper-division
OSU courses. If the designation "LD:" precedes the course title, the credits
will be regarded as lower-division, and will not count toward the required
60 upper-division credits.
Some upper-division transfer courses may be equated to lower-division OSU
courses. If the designation "UD:" precedes the course title, the credits will
be regarded as upper-division.
- Courses that are not accepted in transfer will be designated
NAT 000 NOT ACCEPTED IN TRANSFER. The credit hours will convert to 0 and
the grade earned will not be computed in the transferred GPA.
- LDU and UDU are lower division and upper division unarticulated
courses. This coding will differentiate those courses which are not
evaluated from the LDT/UDT courses (See #4). Students are responsible for
sending course descriptions to the Admission Office for equivalencies on
all LDU and UDU courses.
- "N" to the right of a grade indicates a course has been repeated.
- A maximum of 124 credits can be accepted at OSU for course work
completed at a community/junior college. If more than 124 hours have been
completed, all credits will be reflected on the ASR with a deduction of
credit in excess of 124 hours (Academic Regulation 2A). If the school
previously attended used the semester system, one semester unit equals
1.5 quarter credits at OSU. (124 OSU credits is equvalent to 72 semester
- OSU will grant up to 12 hours of credit for professional/technical
nontransferable work.These will appear on the report as PROF and the hours
are added into the transfer summary.
- If your most recent course work is not on your record the Office of
Admission & Orientation has probably not received a transcript showing
that work. Please request an official transcript to be sent directly to
the Office of Admission & Orientation.
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