Am I forced to take a requisite number of credits each semester
Undergraduate Admission Requirements for transfer students seeking program
admission to the College of Allied Health Sciences and the College of NursingAugusta University offers the unique advantages of outstanding academicprograms, a convenient location, flexible class scheduling, and veryaffordable cost. Our faculty members truly enjoy teaching and sincerelyendeavor to assist all students in obtaining their educational goals. Weinvite students to learn more about the various benefits and opportunities atAugusta University by visiting the campus. Our office hours are from 8 a.m. to5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Tour reservations and other admissions information areavailable by visiting our web site at www.gru.edu/admissions. Admission requirements and application procedures, including informationpertaining to application forms, personal interviews and pre-entrance testingare listed within each college’s section of this catalog.
Undergraduate Admission Requirements for Freshmen and transfer students
seeking admission to all other Augusta University collegesAugusta University offers the unique advantages of outstanding academicprograms, a convenient location, flexible class scheduling, and veryaffordable cost. Our faculty members truly enjoy teaching and sincerelyendeavor to assist all students in obtaining their educational goals. Weinvite students to learn more about the various benefits and opportunities atAugusta University by visiting the campus. Our office hours are from 8 a.m. to5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Tour reservations and other admissions information areavailable by calling 706-737-1632 or by visiting our web site atwww.gru.edu/admissions.
Transfer Student Admissions Requirements
An applicant who has previously attended a regionally accredited institutionof higher education and who is not classified as a Life Enrichment student isconsidered a transfer student. Transfer students are divided into twocategories as listed below: 1. Fewer than 30 transferable semester hours: Meet prevailing freshman admissions requirements. 2. 30 transferable semester hours: These students must have at least a 2.2 transferable gpa or greater.The transfer applicant whose only attendance has been at a regionallyaccredited technical college in a “Non- College Transfer Program” isconsidered a freshman applicant and must satisfy freshman admissionrequirements. Evaluation of Transfer Credit: An evaluation of accepted transferable creditsis made by the Office of Academic Admissions. A complete transfer evaluationreport will be available in POUNCE once the student is accepted by theuniversity and all official transcripts have been received from each collegepreviously attended. The basic policy regarding the acceptance of courses bytransfer is to allow credit for courses completed with satisfactory grades inother regionally accredited colleges, provided the courses correspond incontent to courses offered at Augusta University. Additional validation willbe required for courses taken at another institution that were previouslycompleted with a penalty grade at Augusta University. In addition, creditearned at accredited technical colleges may not transfer unless the credit wasearned in a designated college transfer program.
Transient Student Admissions Requirements
A transient student is a degree candidate at another institution who isgranted the privilege of temporary enrollment at Augusta University. To applyfor admission as a transient student applicants must: 1. File a completed application form. 2. Submit a letter of permission confirming good standing from the registrar of the college in which enrolled or matriculated. In addition, applicants are requested to submit a transcript from their home institution. Applicants can be admitted to Augusta University as transient students only if they are currently eligible for re-admission to their home institution.Transient students will be required to adhere to the same academic standardsthat govern regularly enrolled students. They may renew their status foradditional enrollment periods for a maximum of two semesters per calendaryear. For an exception of a third semester, they must submit written approvalfrom their home institution and complete a new application for the AugustaUniversity Admissions Office at least 30 days prior to the scheduledregistration for the third enrollment period. If financial aid is needed, transient students must approach the homeinstitution’s Financial Aid Office to request a consortium agreement forfinancial aid purposes.
To Qualify as a Transfer Student
You will be considered a transfer student if you have been enrolled in acollege or university since graduating high school or completing a GED orHiSet. If you have taken 30 or more credit hours at another college oruniversity, you will abide by the below transfer student admissionrequirements.If you have taken fewer than 30 credit hours at another college or university,you will still be considered a transfer student, but will follow the first-time freshmen admission requirements. You also will not be able to qualify forany of New Mexico Tech’s merit based scholarships.If you are still currently in high school and are taking dual credit coursesyou will be considered a first-time freshman. This applies regardless of thenumber of credit hours that you have completed.
Transfer Student Admission Requirements
The minimum admission requirements for a student who is classified as atransfer student are as follows: * Cumulative GPA of 2.0. * Minimum of 30 credit hours. * The student must place into Math 1240 (Pre-Calculus) or higher. * The student must have completed the same high school course work requirements as entering freshmen (either from high school or from equivalent courses taken since high school). * The student must be eligible to re‐enroll at the institutions from which he or she wishes to transfer. An applicant who cannot re‐enroll at that institution is not eligible to enter New Mexico Tech. If a student is not offered admission due to failure to meet the academicrequirements listed above, their application may be reevaluated upon thereceipt of updated official college transcripts that satisfy the requirements.
Applying for Undergraduate Admission as a Transfer Student
To be considered for admission, all students must complete the Application forUndergraduate Admission and Scholarships. You may apply online or submit aprint application (PDF).In order for the Office of Admission to evaluate an application, the followingdocuments must be submitted: * Official college transcripts from ALL colleges attended, reflecting all completed and in progress course work. * Transcripts from outside of the United States will require a Comprehensive Course-by-Course Report from World Education Services. More information can be found here. * Mailed documents may be addressed to: Office of AdmissionNew Mexico Tech801 Leroy PlaceSocorro, NM 87801
Transfer of College Credit into Iowa Central Community College
When evaluating transcripts from other regionally accredited, post-secondaryinstitutions, Iowa Central considers the guidelines of AACRAO (the AmericanAssociation of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers). Iowa Centralrequires a paper copy of an official transcript sent by the other college tothe Student Records Office before credit is placed on the Iowa Centraltranscript.Only courses required by the student and current program of study aretransferred into Iowa Central.Military credit transferring in is based on ACE (American Council onEducation) recommendations.Sixteen (16) hours of Vocational-Technical credit applies toward the sixteen(16) hours of elective credit for the AA degree.Transfer credit is granted by Iowa Central based on the credits granted at theawarding institution. Quarter hours of credit are converted to semester hours.Iowa Central multiplies the quarter-hour by 0.66 to calculate the equivalentsemester hour. Other unusual credit granting options are looked at based onthe narrative on the reverse side of the sending college transcript.Students are responsible for monitoring their transfer of credit into IowaCentral. Students are encouraged to provide course descriptions or otherdocumentation about their transfer credit if they do not agree with theRegistrar’s evaluation of their credit. Transfer credit appears on the IowaCentral degree audit with the label of TE.International Transcripts:Any prospective student (international, permanent resident, or U.S. Citizen)who is applying for admission and who has attended a college or universityoutside the United States must have their international transcript(s)translated and evaluated by one of the agencies listed below. The evaluationmust be sent from the agency directly to Iowa Central Community College, Attn:Student Records Office, One Triton Circle, Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501.Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. P.O. Box 514070 Milwaukee, WI 53203 www.ece.orgGlobal Education Group, Inc. 1205 Lincoln Road, Suite 218 Miami Beach, FL 33139 www.globaledu.comInternational Education Research Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 3665 Culver City, CA 90231 www.ierf.org
Transfer of College Credit to Regent Universities
Iowa’s Regent universities and community colleges have joined to create a webportal dedicated to assisting students with the transfer process. The siteserves as a one-stop resource for students planning their future:www.transferiniowa.orgEach year, thousands of students transfer from Iowa community colleges to oneof the state’s three public universities. Transferring from one college to thenext can be a big step, but need not be complicated. The website containsresources helpful in educational planning as well as information for studentsto discuss with their counselor or advisor.The number one question transfer students ask is: How will my creditstransfer? Students can learn about how their community college coursestransfer to each of the three state public universities by following the linkson the website. The website contains resources explaining statewidearticulation agreements and individual program-to-program articulationagreements by community colleges. These resources are useful for studentsplanning to transfer as well as counselors and advisors. In addition to onlineresources, it’s always a good idea for students to discuss their plans withboth a community college and university counselor or advisor. Contactinformation for the office or person responsible for transfer and articulationat each postsecondary institution is available on the site.International Student Scholarships – Spring 2020As you consider where you will pursue your degree, it is never too early tobegin thinking about how you will finance your education. At WVU Tech, getting a high-quality, career focused education is moreaffordable than you may think. By applying for admission to WVU Tech, you areautomatically considered for our very attainable, valuable scholarshipopportunities. The information below is an overview of our Non-West VirginiaResident & International, first-year and transfer student scholarships.Depending upon the scholarship award (awards are described in the chart below)international students can realize one-year savings of $3,500 to $8,500 (USD)and four-year savings of $14,000 to $34,000 (USD).
WVU Tech Transfer Student Scholarships
Transfer Student Scholarship * Annual Award Program for International students: $4,000 * College GPA: 3.0 or higher for students with 30 or more college level credit hours. The award is renewable for 2-years based on student’s continuing status with aminimum of 30 completed credit hours per academic year including summer termand a 3.0 overall GPA.STEM International Transfer Student Scholarship * Annual Award Program: $8,500 * College GPA: 3.0 or higher for students with 30 or more college level credit hours The award is available to non-WV resident and international transfer studentswho major in one of the approved STEM programs. The award is renewable for2-years based on the student’s continuing status as a STEM major, with aminimum of 30 completed credit hours per academic year (including summerterm), and a 3.0 overall GPA.
Can I take electives at a local community college/university and transfer
them toward my surveying degree?Transfer credits are possible and generally encouraged. Always check with theCollege of Engineering before taking the course to make sure the credits willbe accepted. Obviously, subjects like English, Physics, Math, Business,Accounting, Communications, Economics, artistic and creative expression,cultural diversity, etc. can be taken at a local college and transferred tothe surveying degree. We have transfer agreements with many New Englandcommunity colleges. The transfer agreements can be found athttps://umaine.edu/svt/resources/transfer/. The list will expand to otherstates where demand warrants it.NOTE: In order to complete a degree from the University of Maine, studentsmust earn a minimum of 30 credits originating from the University of Mainewith at least 15 of those credits at the 300 level or higher.
Am I forced to take a requisite number of credits each semester?
There is no requirement to take a certain number of credits per semester. Thestudent’s semester course load is determined by the student. The progress oncompleting the degree is based on the student’s schedule/pace.