You are a considered a transfer student if you have attended another university and have received at least 30 hours of credit.
Apply as a Transfer Student
There are two ways to apply as a transfer student – through the TU Application or the Common App.
- Online Transfer Application
- Official Transcripts from each college attended
- Official High School Transcript (students with < 48 hours of college credit)
- ACT/SAT (optional)
- Personal Statement
|Term||Best Consideration||Application Deadline||Admission Notification
|Fall||February 1 ||August 1*||Rolling Admission
|Spring||October 1||December 1*||Rolling Admission
*All application documents, including transcripts, must be received by this date.
How many of my credits will transfer?
- Credit earned from regionally accredited colleges and universities is generally transferable if a grade of C or better has been earned in the course and if The University of Tulsa offers a comparable course.
- Courses taken pass/fail are not transferable unless a grade of C or better can be documented.
- Faculty policy determines which courses are applicable towards a chosen major.
- The last 45 hours of the degree program must be completed at TU.
The TU Office of Admission is proud to award academic scholarships to students who have excelled in the classroom. Scholarship awards are typically based on a student’s grade point average, completed curriculum, and academic accomplishments.
The academic scholarships listed below cannot be stacked, but can be combined with need-based aid or outside scholarships. The University of Tulsa also offers need-based grants. Submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required for consideration. Information can be found on TU’s Office of Financial Aid page.
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ: Application & Requirements
FAQ: Financial Aid & Scholarships
FAQ: Transfer Credit
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