Christine Carter

Christine Carter is an associate director in the Office of Admissions and Enrollment Services and has been at the University since 2006. Her career spans more than 10 years in transfer evaluation. She is a featured author in "The Transfer Handbook: Promoting Student Success," published by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO). She earned a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University and a master’s degree in education from the University of Virginia.

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How the Academic Evaluation Process Works: Everything You Need to Know

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You’ve filled out the application, been accepted and forwarded your transcripts to the University.

And now, you wait to see what transferred.

But why do you have to wait at all?

Since your evaluation is designed as a roadmap to degree completion, it is an ever-evolving review of credits that shows you what requirements have been fulfilled or still remain to complete your degree. So while your evaluation is not an official transcript, it documents your entire degree program.

So from the moment the Office of the Registrar receives your transcripts, your personalized Academic Evaluation has a long journey to confirm your credits before it posts to your Online Student Services account.

Topics: Transferring College Credit, Going Back to College, Advising