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2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Admission as a Transfer Student


An applicant who has begun college elsewhere (following high school graduation or receiving a GED) is a transfer student. If the student has completed less than twenty-four transferable semester hours of degree credit (college-level courses), the admission application will be evaluated on a combination of college-level and high school course work as well as college entrance examination results.

  1. Applicants for transfer from another college or university must request official transcripts which bear the seal of each institution attended to be mailed by each institution attended. No transcript from any institution previously attended may be omitted. The student shall also submit any other records or letters which the University may require in support of the application.
  2. Applicants for transfer upon graduation from a Tennessee Board of Regents community college, having earned an A.A. or A.S. in a university-parallel program, will usually be eligible for admission.
  3. Transfer applicants must meet the following academic standards based on all of their previous coursework (except developmental studies courses) at all institutions. (1) Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0; (2) Must have at least a 2.0 in their last full-time semester (or last 12 hours for part-time students).
    The Admissions Office will also evaluate the student’s progress toward completing any required high school deficiencies and remedial/developmental courses. Failure to complete such courses may result in a denial of admission.
  4. An applicant under disciplinary suspension or probation will not be considered for admission until a satisfactory statement has been furnished by the former college and approval given by the Admissions Review Committee.
  5. All students graduating high school in 1989 and thereafter must have completed academic high school units identified under section 4 of “Admission to Freshman Standing”.