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Ryannon Hauber

It depends on the school you want to transfer to. They will be able to tell you which of your current credits will transfer to your new school and/or degree. There financial department can assist you with the requirements you need to meet to be eligible for aid and scholarships.

Answered 2 years ago

Ryannon Hauber
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Brian Cesario

As far as the process goes, it isn't terribly difficult (I was a transfer as an undergrad myself). I'd suggest you speak with an admissions counselor at the school where you plan to transfer to get a sense of the requirements and steps you'll need to take in order to enroll. Bring a copy of your official transcript with you so that the new school can determine what courses you have already taken and transfer the credits accordingly.

Financial aid or scholarships will depend on a variety of factors (need, GPA, etc). Also depends on the school.

Good luck!

Answered 2 years ago

Brian Cesario