Transfer applicants must have at least a 2.5 GPR on at least 24 graded semester hours of transferable coursework
at the time of application to be considered. The GPR necessary to be competitive can vary by college and major.
Applicants who drop or withdraw from courses frequently and who do not achieve satisfactory grades (B or C, depending
upon the intended major) will be at a disadvantage in the review for admission.
Transfer applicants are admitted to a specific major and are required to follow the curriculum of that major. Some
colleges consider second choice majors. While such admissions may be more competitive since they are made after applicants
indicating that major as first choice, the admission decision follows the guidelines for that college presented in the
college-specific information. Note that several colleges do not consider second choice majors.
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The entire application, including the essay, is considered to identify admissible candidates. Many of the colleges base
their decisions, in part, on the content of Essay Topic A. Therefore, all applicants are required to complete the essay
and thoroughly describe their educational goals. A complete application packet must be on file by March 15, 2013 for spring
grades to be considered.