TRANSFER STUDENT ADMISSIONS

Arizona State University Transfer Admission

Northern Arizona University Transfer Admission

University of Arizona Transfer Admission

Are all transcripts used, even "old" ones, to establish an admission GPA?
There is no ‘expiration’ date for coursework and thus all previous coursework will be included in calculation of the transfer GPA

There is no ‘expiration’ date for coursework and thus all previous coursework will be included in calculation of the transfer GPA

There is no ‘expiration’ date for transferable coursework and thus all previous transferable coursework will be included in calculation of the transfer GPA for admissions purposes.
If a course is taken more than once, which grade or grades are used in the calculation of the admission GPA?
Class was passed (C or higher / C=2.0) then taken a second or more times, subsequent grades are not used

Class grade D or F and repeated with an equal or greater grade, first grade is not used
Class was passed then taken a second or more times, subsequent grades are not used

Class grade D or F and repeated with an equal or greater grade, first grade is not used

All attempted transferable course grades will be used in the transfer GPA calculation. Even in the case where a course grade had been used in a grade replacement by the issuing college.


How are courses numbered lower than 100 and/or remedial courses used?
Remedial courses are not used in calculation of transfer GPA

Course(s) and course numbering is not the same for all institutions and thus it must be determined whether or not the course is considered remedial by the sending institution


Remedial courses are not used in calculation of transfer GPA

Course(s) and course numbering is not the same for all institutions and thus it must be determined whether or not the course is considered remedial by the sending institution


Remedial or developmental courses are not used in calculation of transfer GPA

Course(s) and course numbering are not the same for all institutions and thus it must be determined whether or not the course is considered remedial by the sending institution
How are non-transferable courses considered?
Non-Transferable courses are not used in the calculation of the transfer GPA
Non-Transferable courses are not used in the calculation of the transfer GPA
Non-Transferable courses are not used in the calculation of the transfer GPA
What if I have not completed the AGEC and/or Associate degree at the time of application but will have it [them] complete by time I enroll at the university?
Proof of AGEC / Associates degree being ‘in progress’ will waive the high school transcript requirement.   The decision will be based on delegated admission criteria.




Proof of AGEC / Associates degree being ‘in progress’ will waive the high school transcript requirement.   The decision will be based on delegated admission criteria. If there is no indication printed on transcript, will not be delegated admission.

Proof of AGEC / Associates degree being ‘in progress’ may be used for delegated admission consideration. Upon completion of the AGEC/ Associates the student will need to provide an official transcript certifying the completion. 


How are "P" grades considered?
‘P’ grades are not used in the calculation of transfer GPA
‘P’ grades are not used in the calculation of transfer GPA

‘P’ grades are not used in the calculation of transfer GPA
How are "Ws" considered?
'W’ is not considered in calculation of transfer GPA
'W’ is not considered in calculation of transfer GPA
'W’ is not considered in calculation of transfer GPA
Are unofficial transcripts accepted?
No, official transcripts are required and must be sent directly to ASU from the issuing institution.



Will use them to determine admissibility if they are faxed from the community college.  We still require officials to be sent to us as well.

May use them for admissions purposes on a case by case basis. But official transcripts must be received in order for the student to receive transfer credit.
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