At Union, our pupils and professors excel in a lot of fields. But we have been above an academically challenging institution. Our students should move toward an adult reflection of just what the Christian trust means for every industry of study. It is this integration of Christian faith and educational excellence that sets Union aside.
You're prepared to take the action of transferring to a four-year institution. We should create your transition to Union University as easy as possible. When you have any queries, call us. We are here to aid.
Transfer FAQsCan there be a minimum GPA need for pupils transferring? Yes. Pupils will need to have a 2.3 cumulative GPA in order to be considered for unconditional acceptance. Just how many credits are required in order to move? Transfer pupils will need to have at the least 24 credit hours to transfer. Students with not as much as 24 hours must apply as freshmen and meet freshmen admission needs and transfer GPA demands. What's your procedure for assessing my transcripts? Official transcripts from all universities attended should be sent to any office of Undergraduate Admissions. Undergraduate Admissions will forward your transcripts toward University Registrar for evaluation when you yourself have applied for admission into institution. We will perhaps not formally evaluate your transcripts if you do not have an Application for Admission on file at work of Undergraduate Admissions. An assessment report is typed and shipped for your requirements from the Registrar's Office. Your Enrollment Counselor will undoubtedly be thrilled to unofficially review your course work with you, but final dedication of the transferability of courses remainder aided by the Registrar. Whenever is the due date to try to get admission? Programs for admission are accepted on a rolling foundation before class is complete. You might apply anytime during the year, but very early applications tend to be promoted. Do transfer students should distribute a high school transcript and ACT/SAT scores? Just students moving with not as much as 24 credit hours must publish highschool transcripts and official ACT/SAT test scores. Tend to be transfer students in a position to participate in the discipline-specific awards system? Is housing designed for transfer students? Yes. Housing is available for transfer students. Every residential pupil is assigned to an exclusive bedroom. Hitched pupil housing is also available. Are scholarships and school funding available? Transfer students who possess the same as 24 semester hours at least a 2.9 GPA meet the criteria for a Transfer/Academic Leadership Scholarship including $7, 000 to $10, 000 annually dependent on GPA. Phi Theta Kappa members will get $2, 500 per year aside from the transfer grant quantity. Need-based educational funding is also readily available. A Free Application for Federal scholar help (FAFSA), that is situated at should be filed. Aid is awarded after being accepted. How can I apply? Programs for admission can be found web at .
Just What Our Transfer Pupils Say...
“I'd looked at Union, but I made the decision to visit another school. We returned to check out some Union pals and I fit in and felt in the home right here. We adored it. That’s one of the reasons I made a decision to transfer. Union is truly a place where you are able to grow a great deal as one and as a Christian frontrunner. The individuals here will challenge you in ways you can’t experience any place else.”
Claudia Velasco, '13
Business management, Johnson City, Tenn.
“One thing that establishes Union apart from other schools is the incredible professors. Not merely have always been we being taught become a good engineer but i will be also discovering how to be a stronger man of Jesus. Each day in course I have to glean from wisdom of great Godly part designs which have already integrated powerful Christian belief due to their occupation. Having God-centered teachers that really care for their particular pupils is just why I made a decision to transfer to Union.”
senior, manufacturing, Granville, Ohio
"we utilized in Union from an area neighborhood college where I joined up with Phi Theta Kappa. After graduating from community college, I had no idea where I wanted to finish my Bachelor's degree and was concerned that Union is probably not inexpensive. But we remembered that Transfer Coordinator from Union had talked at my college and said that "Union works closely with various types of spending plans." After working closely with the transfer coordinator, I started my experience at Union in the fall of this 12 months. From the beginning, we became associated with Union's Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Chapter, served that section for just two and ½ many years, had been chosen treasurer, and became involved with a few regional service tasks. I will say it is often a blessing to serve both God and also the Union community due to becoming a part of Phi Theta Kappa."