Students who are in good standing in their previous work in another postâ€“secondary institution are welcome to apply. Such students are required to submit official transcripts of their entire postâ€“secondary education, as well as official transcripts of their high school matriculation. Transfer credits of up to a maximum of 45 credits for a threeâ€“year program and 60 credits for a fourâ€“year program will be determined on an individual basis.
An individual who has completed 36 or more transferable term credits at another institution and will resume his or her college course work at a second institution.
A student who attended a college or university before enrolling in another college or university.
a student applying for admission to The University of Akron (UA) who has formerly attended another regionally accredited institution of higher learning
a student pursuing a degree at Halifax Community College who has earned credits at another institution and wishes to apply these credits toward a Halifax Community College certificate, diploma, or degree
a student that has completed part of or is currently enrolled in nursing clinicals at another college or university and wishes to transfer clinical courses to Three Rivers
a student who has been enrolled and received grades at any college or university prior to being admitted to Idaho State University
a student who has completed a year or more of course work at a college or university
a student who has completed course work at a college or university after graduating from high school
a student who is presently attending another educational institution and wishes to transfer to an undergraduate degree course at DCU
a student who will be transferring credit completed at another college or university to Eastern New Mexico University
One who has previously attended another university.
A student who terminates enrollment in another college or university and subsequently enrolls in LSUS.
Transfer students are those who have attended any post-secondary institution.
For immigration purposes a student who is pursuing a full course of study at the school he or she was last authorized to attend and is otherwise maintaining status is eligible to transfer to another INS approved school by following the transfer procedures.
A transfer student is a student who earned credits at a different institution either prior to enrolling at an institution or after leaving an institution for one or more terms and re-enrolling.
A student entering UBC from another post-secondary institution.
A student who is awarded credit toward a degree at a new university or college for academic work completed at a previous university or equivalent institution of higher learning.
Student who attended a college or university before coming to Valencia.
A student who terminates enrollment in another college or university and subsequently enrolls at K-State.
There are two types of transfer students: internal and external. An internal transfer student remains at the same university but changes majors. An external transfer student leaves one university to enter another. If you transfer, be aware of the possibility that not all the courses you have completed will transfer into your new major or university. Each university and major has its own requirements for what will and wonâ€(tm)t transfer.
There are two types of transfer students: Internal and External. An internal transfer student remains at the same college, but changes majors. An external transfer student leaves one college to enter another college. Many traditional students transfer before their junior year in college. Some students transfer two or three times in their academic career before obtaining a degree. If you transfer, be aware of the possibility that not all the courses you have completed with transfer into your new major or college. Each college/major has its own requirements for what transfer classes they will accept.
A student who has attended another college and transfers course credits to UAF. A transfer student may receive credit for some or all courses successfully completed at another college or university.
A student entering the institution for the first time but known to have previously attended a postsecondary institution at the same level (e.g., undergraduate). The student may transfer with or without credit.
Any undergraduate student with greater than six attempted credit hours, excluding remedial/developmental (zero-level courses) or pre-college work and excluding credit hours accumulated by concurrently enrolled high school students.
A student who has moved to the U of M after attending another post-secondary institution.
a student who currently attends, or has attended, one college, but is switching or has switched to a different one.
A student who has taken college level courses at another college or university.
A transfer student is a person who begins an academic career at one institution, but leaves that institution and enrolls in another institution.
A student who has attended another college for any period, which may be defined by various colleges as any time from a single term up to three years. A transfer student may receive credit for all or some of the courses successfully completed before the transfer.