How to Transfer Colleges | Transfer Credits to UND
UND enrolls more transfer students than any other school in North Dakota.
In fact, about a third of our new undergraduate population is transfer students.
Earning a degree from a nationally accredited university like UND speaks to the quality of your education. It can also mean that college credits taken are transferable to and from other accredited institutions.
Transfer Admissions Process
Transfer the college credits you've already earned. We have tools to help you determine college credit transfer equivalency.
Follow these steps to apply to UND. You can apply up to one year in advance of when you plan to transfer to UND.
Now that you're accepted into UND, it's time to get started on the next steps. Follow our checklist to become a UND transfer student.
If you meet the criteria and submit your completed admissions application by the priority deadlines of April 15 for the upcoming fall semester and Nov. 15 for the upcoming spring semester, you'll automatically be awarded one of the following academic scholarships.
|3.90 - 4.00 GPA||$2,000
($1,000 / semester)
|3.50 - 3.89 GPA||$1,000
($500 / semester)
Scholarships are awarded based on your cumulative GPA for all credits transferred to UND as calculated by the UND Registrar's Office. Students transferring more than 120 credits to UND will not qualify for the scholarship. You must be a full-time student and enrolled in at least 12 credits per semester. All scholarships are subject to change. As funding is available, scholarships may be awarded after the priority deadline.
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Please reach out to us anytime during your transfer journey. We know this can be a confusing process and we’ll walk you through every step.Contact Admissions
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