Chapter VII: Admissions and General Information
Cross-Campus Transfer Students
Applications from students enrolled in another school or college of the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) are considered cross-campus transfer applications. In admitting cross-campus transfers, several factors are considered. A student's previous academic program is evaluated in terms of the
College's residence policy (see Chapter IV ) and the requirements of the program to be elected in the College. A student's grade point average and the general trend of the grade record are also considered. The reasons for the applicant's request for a transfer are considered as are test scores and the high school record.
Students should obtain the Application for Undergraduate Admission available from the
Office of Undergraduate Admissions. There is no application fee. Applications must be submitted no less than four weeks prior to the desired term of enrollment.
Students may not make a cross-campus transfer to LS&A until they have completed two full terms in their original school or college. Students who wish to make a cross-campus transfer after the freshman year should discuss their plans with an academic advisor; the advisor will assist in selecting an appropriate academic program for the second term of the freshman year. Cross-campus transfer students may receive credit for a maximum of 90 credits from the previous college or school. LS&A residency requires that a student earn 30 credits in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.
Students who wish to transfer from the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts to the Residential College or vice versa should contact the RC Counseling Office for information about intra-college transfer procedures. In these cases, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is not involved.
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