Transfer Student Overview
As a transfer student, you may have questions about how to make the transition to Mount Union. Hopefully, the following information about the college transfer process will help.
Many students transfer to the University of Mount Union every year. Whether they transfer to Mount for our exceptional academic programs, strong athletics, or notable graduate success rates, we help each student find exactly what they want from their college experience. Learn just what current transfer students love about Mount Union from their testimonials.
If you have questions or concerns about transferring colleges, read the frequently asked questions, or fill out the form at the bottom of the page. We look forward to working with you as you complete your education at the University of Mount Union!
Admission by Transfer:
- Applications are accepted throughout the year for Fall or Spring semester enrollment at Mount Union. Click here to apply online.
- Transcripts are required from all previous institutions attended and all previous college work is considered as part of the admission review. No candidate will be considered for admission without a minimum earned cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 (on an A = 4.0 scale; 2.0 = C) from the most recently attended institution.
- At the time of acceptance, The Mount Union Office of Registration will evaluate all transcripts in order to determine any transfer credits.
- Transferring to Mount Union is often easier than transferring to other institutions, especially public institutions, since fewer requirements are involved. To help transfer students get the most credit they can, the General Education courses at Mount Union are laid out to help transfer credits effectively. Contact the Registrar to discover which of your credits will transfer.
- For courses to transfer, they must:
- Have been earned at a regionally accredited college or university.
- Reflect a grade of "C" or higher.
- Be in an equivalent program offered by Mount Union.
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A student who has been registered for one or more courses in another college, with the exception of those students who enrolled under the Post-Secondary Enrollment Option, is classified as a transfer student. Failure to report attendance at another college or university, whether or not credit was granted, may result in suspension from the University of Mount Union. Read this letter from the Office of the Registrar to learn more about what your transition to Mount Union will be like.