Transfer credits will be evaluated by the Admissions Office and added to the permanent record only for persons who are enrolled as degree seeking students. Credits earned at another college/university will be transferred to Grambling State University if the institution is regionally accredited. The grade point average(s) earned at the other accredited post secondary institutions will be recorded on the transcript with all courses taken and the grades that were earned. However, the grade point average(s) earned at other accredited post secondary institutions will not be used in determining the institutional grade point average at Grambling State University. All courses will be used to calculate the cumulative grade point average. Courses accepted for credit are not necessarily used toward a degree. An undergraduate international applicant to the university must have his/her credentials evaluated through World Education Services (WES). The international transfer student will be responsible for all required fees associated with the WES evaluation.