Transfer Admission Policy

Op5.01-9 Transfer Admission Policy

You are considered a transfer student for admission purposes if you have enrolled in another regionally accredited college or university following your graduation from high school (excluding the summer immediately following your high school graduation), regardless of the number of credit hours you completed. Your eligibility for admission will be based on the number of transferable credit hours you have earned. Transferability of credit is determined by our undergraduate transfer credit policy.

If you have earned 24 or more hours of transferable credit following your graduation from high school, then you will qualify for admission if you have a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher on your transferable credit.

If you have earned fewer than 24 hours of transferable credit following your graduation from high school, then you must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher on your transferable credit and you must also meet our freshman admission requirements. You will also be required to participate in our freshman orientation program.

Students are required to provide transcripts from each regionally-accredited college or university where they have enrolled as part of the admission process.