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Am I a transfer student?
You are considered a transfer student if you have previously enrolled in any course for college credit after graduating from high school. If you are a high school student and are enrolled in an International Baccalaureate (IB) Program or have earned AP credit, you are still considered a freshman. Click here to learn about applying for admission as a transfer student.
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Students may accelerate their graduation from college by taking special exams. Students may also be able to earn college credit for advanced high school courses they took
Use our search engine to see if your specific courses will transfer to the University.
To get a close-up look at our campus and its people, programs and services, you can't beat a campus visit. The Office of Admissions is your first-stop source for arranging your campus visit, and offers you the several visit opportunities.
If you are a veteran, the University has a number of resources available to assist you in navigating through the admission and certification processes.
A list of frequently asked questions about the admissions process for military and veteran students