Transfer Student FAQ

Frequently asked questions

How do I know if I am a transfer student?

Am I considered a transfer student if I previously attended Union College and would like to re-enroll?

When should I apply for admission?

Where should I mail my transcript for evaluation?

I am/was a member of the military. How do I get my transcript?

Who do I contact with questions about transferring?

How many credit hours can I transfer to Union College?

How does Union College determine which courses will transfer?

How do I know if my school is regionally accredited?

Will my cumulative GPA transfer with me?

I received notification from the Records Office about transfer work. How do I find out what transferred?

How do I find out what transfer credits will apply toward my degree?

I have already completed a bachelor’s degree at another regionally accredited institution. Do I still have to complete general education at Union College?

I am transferring from a non-Seventh-day Adventist institution. Will I need to take religion courses?

Appeals: what if I feel a course should have transferred differently?

One of my courses was transferred with XX in the course code. What does this mean?

I am transferring from a quarter school. How do my credits transfer to the semester system?

I have taken CLEP and/or AP tests. Will these transfer?

I am an international student. Will my credits transfer?

I am trying to register for classes, but it indicates I am missing the pre-requisite. I believe I took this course at my previous institution.

Helpful contact info

Enrollment Services 

The people who help you get accepted.
402.486.2504 or

Student Financial Services 

The people who help you figure out how to pay for it all.
402.486.2505 or

Records Office

The people who know all the academic details and policies to help you graduate.
402.486.2529 or