Applying for Admission as a Transfer Student
Transfer students are encouraged to apply early in their final semester prior to enrollment at UM-Dearborn. The University does accept applications until the first day of classes each semester. Applications are reviewed personally by an Admissions Counselor. Upon admission, you are automatically considered for select transfer scholarships.
The four academic colleges have their own admission criteria:
- College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters 2.50
- College of Business 2.70
- College of Education, Health, and Human Services
- Teacher Certification (elementary/secondary) 2.75
- Health and non-certification education programs 2.50
- College of Engineering and Computer Science 2.75
- GPA for math, science and engineering will also be recalculated; 2.75 required for each.
For transfer purposes, your GPA will be recalculated to include only courses which are potentially transferable. If you have received a grade of C- or lower in these classes, the credit will not transfer but the grade will be used in calculating your GPA for admission. In addition to the calculated GPA, trend of grades will be considered in determining admissibility.
The maximum number of credit hours that are transferable are as follows:
From a community college: 62
From a four-year college: 75
From another UM-campus: 90
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How to Apply
We are in the process of upgrading to a new application system. Please select the appropriate link below based on the semester you plan to enroll.
- Submit your online application:
- Request official transcripts from ALL colleges and universities you have attended to be sent directly to the UM-Dearborn. Failure to disclose all schools you have attended may result in revocation of admission.
Send all materials to the Office of Admissions and Orientation.
If you have completed fewer than 24 credit hours, you must submit your final, official high school transcript and test scores.
If you would like to speak with an admissions counselor about your educational plans or the transferability of classes, contact the Office of Admissions and Orientation at 313-593-5100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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