GRADE AND TRANSCRIPT INFORMATION

grade and transcript informationAcademic credit is granted upon successful completion of a Wildlands Studies project.  Academic credit is conferred by Western Washington University, which is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.  Western Washington University credit is recognized at universities throughout the United States, Canada and abroad.  All participants should check with their campus registrar or academic advisor to confirm transferability.

IF YOU DESIRE ACADEMIC CREDIT, PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

Wildlands Studies issues letter grades A-F for courses. Incompletes will only be granted in cases of exceptional circumstances, and it is your responsibility to complete papers and assignments on time. Incompletes automatically become a grade of ‘F’ or ‘NC’ after 3 months if a grade change issued by the instructor is not received. Grades are only available through the official transcript.

Western Washington University will automatically send a transcript to your home campus upon successful completion of the Project. If you desire an additional transcript, you may order it online at https://www.wwu.edu/registrar/transcripts or print out a request from this WWU Transcript webpage. If you wish to order a transcript online, you will need to call the Western Washington University Registrar’s Office Transcript Information Line at 1-360-650-3355 or the Registrar’s Office at 1-360-650-3430 to obtain your WWU Student ID number. If you print and mail in the transcript request form, you may use your social security number as your Student ID.

WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY OFFICIAL COURSE TITLE(S) ON THE TRANSCRIPT WILL BE THE FOLLOWING:

For short summer projects:

  • ESCI 437A, Environmental Wildlands Studies (5 quarter system units)

For academic term projects:

  • ESCI 437A, Environmental Wildlands Studies (5 quarter system units)
  • ESCI 437B, Wildlands Environmental Field Survey (5 quarter system units)
  • ESCI 437C, Wildlands Environment and Culture (5 quarter system units)

 

WILDLANDS STUDIES ALUMNI FROM 2008-2015, academic credit from California State University Monterey Bay

Prior to our educational partnership with Western Washington University established in January 2016, Wildlands Studies was a partner with California State University Monterey Bay from January 2008-December 2015.  If you are an alumni of a project prior to 2016, you will need to request a transcript from California State University Monterey Bay sent to yourself or your home campus. You will need to initiate this process individually.

California State University Monterey Bay uses an electronic Transcript Request process through the National Student Clearning House. You may go through the CSUMB Extended Education website, or directly to the National Student Clearninghouse website in order to order your transcript.

To order transcripts from the California State University Monterey Bay Extended Education website, click "Degree Programs", then "Student Services" on the right, and "How to Order a Transcript" on the left. This will then take you to the National Student Clearinghouse. Please note that for USA students, your "Student ID" is your social security number. Canadian, and other international students, need to contact CSUMB Extended Educationa directly for their Student ID.

OFFICIAL COURSE TITLE(S) ON THE CSU MONTEREY BAY TRANSCRIPT WILL BE THE FOLLOWING:

For short summer projects:

  • ENVS 370, Environmental Wildlands Studies (4 semester system units)

For academic term projects:

  • ENVS 370, Environmental Wildlands Studies (4 semester system units)
  • ENVS 371, Wildlands Environmental Field Survey (4 semester system units)
  • ENVS 372, Wildlands Environment and Culture (4 semester system units)

 

WILDLANDS STUDIES ALUMNI FROM 1979-2007

Wildlands Studies was hosted by two other universities prior to California State University Monterey Bay Extended Education. If you are an alumni of a project prior to 2008, you will need to request a transcript from the Wildlands Studies University host while you were a participant.

2003-2007: University of California Santa Barbara Extended Learning Services

1979-2002San Francisco State University College of Extended Learning

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