Competitive applicants will have met all of the First-Year Admissions Requirements. Applicants who have curricular gaps may provide an explanation/context for the gaps in the “Additional Information” section of the Common Application. Their school counselor may include this information in their reference letter.
Review the First-Year Admissions Tips for additional information.
Prospective transfer students need to complete specific coursework requirements to be competitive in the transfer admissions process and the academic rigor of our programs. These courses should be completed, or in progress, at the time the application is submitted.
The completion of these requirements positions incoming transfers to graduate on time and pursue their College of Human Ecology major with focus and confidence. The more coursework a student has completed, the more competitive their application will be. Applicants who have curricular gaps can provide an explanation/context for the gaps in the “Additional Information” section of the Common Application.
Grades and coursework, along with your understanding of and connection to your intended major, will be strongly considered.
Review the Transfer Application Tips for additional information.