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Tools for Transfer Students
At the University of Michigan-Dearborn, we offer more than 100+ undergraduate majors and minors, and more than 40 graduate degree programs, many of which include flexible evening and online options. But your academic experience will extend beyond our small class sizes and challenging, relevant coursework. Broaden your study by pursuing a double major or minor. Sharpen your skills in a co-op or internship.
Choose from bachelor’s degree programs in the liberal arts and sciences, engineering, health and human services, business and education. Your education is yours to tailor. At UM-Dearborn, we give you the tools to succeed.
Especially for your Community College, we have designed a unique Transfer Hub website with transfer guides and specific transfer information for each of our local community colleges. Below is a link to each Transfer Hub website.
The Course Transfer System is a valuable resource for transfer students!
While it is not an official credit evaluation, this resource can serve in determining the transferability of courses from an accredited college or university. This information is always current.
The university offers scholarships to recognize scholastic achievement for incoming transfer students, including Community College Transfer Scholarships, PTK Scholarships, Non-Residential Tuition Differential Scholarship, and a wide range of other scholarships.
See the website for more information on Transfer Scholarships
Orientation is designed to cover all general aspects of the University to help you prepare for the start of your first semester. It is a requirement.
At Transfer Orientation, you will learn about the many campus resources available to help you succeed, meet with an academic advisor to help you create a schedule and register for classes.
See the Transfer Orientation website for more information.
How to Apply as a Transfer Student
Make your transition as smooth as possible! Use the tools below to understand our academic requirements and see how your credits will transfer.
39% of our student body transferred to UM-Dearborn.