Khanh Linh Nguyen ‘17

Major: Physics/Financial Mathematics
Hometown:Hanoi, Vietnam

I believe Mount Union is providing me with important knowledge and hands-on experiences so that I can continue my education in graduate school and make my dream come true, which is to be a physics professor.

Transfer Student Preview

Congratulations on your decision to transfer to the University of Mount Union! We understand that making that decision isn’t always easy, so we’re glad you’ve chosen Mount Union to complete your academic career. As a transfer student, you bring a great deal of knowledge and experience to your transition to Mount Union, and in an effort to keep you on a path to success, we require all transfer students to attend a Transfer Student Preview.

We understand that you are already familiar with college life, which is why we’ve designed a one-day orientation session that is tailored to your needs and provides you with all the need-to-know information about Mount Union. The mandatory, free orientation, which will give you a chance to get more familiar with campus, will be held prior to the start of classes for the Spring 2017 and Fall 2017 semesters. Below you’ll find more detailed information about each of those programs, so please reference the information that applies to the semester you plan to begin classes at the University of Mount Union.

Keep in mind that prior to attending Transfer Student Preview, Marci Muckleroy, coordinator of students in academic transition, will create a course schedule designed to fit your academic interests. She will be your advisor during your first semester and serve as a resource for you as you transition into becoming a Purple Raider.

When you attend Transfer Student Preview, you’ll learn about:

  • Mount Union’s academic requirements
  • living on campus or commuting to college
  • campus technology (email, learning management system, network hard drive, etc.)
  • scheduling classes
  • tuition bills and payment

You’ll also have your photo taken for your Purple Plu$ card, your official Mount Union identification card and key to campus life. This card will serve as your meal and library card, give you access into residence halls and can be used to purchase products and services at approved off-campus vendors. Although there are only a select number of sessions taking place during Transfer Student Preview, offices and departments will be open to answer any questions you may have and help you navigate your next steps on campus. Feel free to make an appointment or stop by.

Spring 2017 Transfer Students
Spring Orientation will take place on Sunday, January 8, 2017. You will automatically be registered for this session once you pay your deposit with the Office of Admission. If you are unsure as to your payment status, we encourage you to contact the Office of Admission at or (330) 823-2590.

The Office of First Year Initiatives will reach out to you with more detailed information about the session as we near January. In the meantime visit the Transfer Student Checklist for more information!

Fall 2017 Transfer Students
All Transfer students are required to attend a Transfer Preview. To register for a Preview, you need to have paid your deposit with the Office of Admission at the University of Mount Union. If you are unsure as to your payment status, we encourage you to contact the Office of Admission at or (330) 823-2590.  Once your deposit is received, you will receive a letter containing your email account and login information. You will use this to register for Preview after May 2017. 

Transfer Preview Dates

  • Thursday, June 22, 2017
  • Thursday, August 17, 2017 

Fall Transfer Student Checklist
Don’t forget to check out this handy list of items to take care of prior to your Transfer Preview.

For More Information:
Office of First Year Initiatives

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  • From Ohio to London

    Published: 3/29/2017 5:05:37 PM

    BY: Rachel Brumenschenkel ’18

    In previous years, my spring breaks have usually consisted of going home, applying for internships, working on class projects and spending time with my family. Never did I think that this past spring break would be …

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