CSCU will grant academic credit to students receiving 3 or higher on AP exams


Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) will now give incoming high school students college credit if they get a three or higher on their AP exams. 

Previously, you had to get a four or five to make it count as a class depending on the subject.

CSCU’s president, Mark E. Ojakian, said this will help more students get their degree and also make higher education more affordable.

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