An applicant who has graduated from high school, has attended another regionally accredited post-secondary institution, and has attempted one or more courses, is a transfer student, regardless of credit earned.
Note: High-school graduates who take summer school courses in between graduation and the fall semester that immediately follows are not considered transfer students.
If fewer than 24 semester hours of college-level work have been attempted, then the applicant must meet both transfer and freshman entrance requirements. Transfer applicants from regionally accredited colleges and universities must have at least a cumulative 2.0 grade-point average on a 4.00 scale (A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0).
Please note that undergraduate admissions policies and procedures are subject to continuous review by the admissions staff and the Admissions Review Committee and may be changed at any time without notice.
Although the University imposes no time limit upon the acceptance of college-level courses and SAT/ACT scores, the Academic Deans ultimately determine which transfer courses are credited in their programs.
*Official scores must be sent directly from the testing agency
Students who leave the college in good standing and decide to return should note the following items: