Undergraduate students, upon enrollment, are assigned immediately to one of the schools or colleges within the university for advisement, registration, and recordkeeping purposes. They may transfer by meeting prescribed admission, curriculum, or other requirements of the new school or college of their choice. Intra-university transfers are initiated at the dean’s office of the college or school to which one wishes to transfer. Students wishing to transfer from one college or school to another must be in good academic standing at the time of the transfer. Students wishing to transfer who are not in good academic standing should consult with the dean’s office of the college or school to which they wish to transfer.
Admission and other requirements vary among the schools and colleges and their programs. Frequently, additional credits and time are needed to complete graduation requirements after an intra-university transfer. Students who decide to make such changes are responsible for familiarizing themselves with requirements.