Marywood recognized that some individuals gain college-level knowledge and competence through experiences comparable to learning outcomes of specific courses. Students who can document the significant learning experience may be able to present a portfolio to gain credits for courses in their degree programs. A portfolio is a written, documented account of what the student has learned and how well they have learned it. Credit will be awarded only if the prior learning can be demonstrated as college-level learning. To be awarded credit, the assessor of the portfolio must determine that the student's knowledge of the subject is equal to a college-level grade of "C " or better. A portfolio must be presented for each course for which credit is being sought.
To be eligible to present a portfolio, you must be a matriculating Marywood University student, in good academic standing. Students will need to attend a portfolio preparation workshop and meet with The Coordinator of Prior Learning Assessment before an application can be sent to the department for review. For additional information contact Judith Mullisky at (570) 348-6280 ext 2480 or email email@example.com