In addition to the minimum transfer standards, students must meet higher System and/or institutional standards to be considered for priority transfer admission. Institutions must give priority consideration for admission to students transferring from another University System institution who meet these established standards (Table 5). Students meeting these higher standards would be ensured of receiving priority consideration for admission. In addition, transfer students must be given the same consideration as native students in determining program admissibility.
|SECTOR 15 - 19 SEMESTER CREDITS||20 - 59 SEMESTER CREDITS IN CORE||TRANSFER ASSOCIATE DEGREE OR 60 SEMESTER CREDITS IN CORE|
|Research Universities||Not applicable Not Applicable||At least 3.0 GPA|
|All Other Institutions||Meet regular freshman admissions requirements and at least 2.0 GPA in Core Curriculum at sending institution (TBD)||(TBD)|
Applicants with more than 30 transferable semester hours must meet all of the prevailing LS requirements (i.e., LS, Academic Assistance, and CPC deficiency make-up courses) applicable to freshmen at the sending institutions which are also applicable at the receiving institution prior to being granted admission at the receiving institution for freshman admissions.
Reference: Academic Affairs Handbook, Section 3.01.02 – Undergraduate Admission Requirements for Transfer Students