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A student who is regularly enrolled at another college or university but who seeks approval to register for classes at the University of Mount Union as a transient in order to have credit transferred to the home institution must apply by submitting a transient application to the Office of Admission. Although official transcripts are not required as part of the transient application process, a student seeking transient status at Mount Union must present evidence of good academic and disciplinary standing at the home institution. Following completion of the academic work, a transient student must request an official transcript be sent to the home institution in order to transfer credit accordingly.
Transfer students must complete and submit the following forms in order to be considered for acceptance at the University of Mount Union.