Transferring from one institution to another involves preparation. At Southeast, we will assist you every step of the way. A transfer admission counselor is available to provide one-on-one guidance throughout the transfer process.
Don't lose track of time, apply today or up to a year before you start. We recommend the following dates to ensure a smooth transfer to Southeast:
Fall: July 1st
Spring: November 1st
Summer: March 1stApply for Admission
Fall Registration: Early April
Spring Registration: Early November
Summer Registration: Mid-February
Utilize our online tools to plan your transfer!
If you have an Associate of Arts degree from a regionally accredited community college, you will have completed the General Education program at Southeast. It is important to note that some majors require specific General Education courses to fulfill degree requirements; view our degree maps for more information.
If you have the will, we have the way! Southeast is more affordable than you think and we award over 1,100 endowed scholarships each year. But that's not all! Check out the links below for more transfer scholarship opportunities.
In order to be considered for admission, you must submit these items:
To be admitted, you must meet the following admission criteria:
If you are not in good academic standing at your last accredited college/university, please contact Brooke Lockhart, Assistant Director of Admissions for Transfer Recruitment at 573.651.2957 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon admission to Southeast, you may complete the Contract for University Housing online through your student portal.
If you have questions regarding the University's residency requirements, please contact the Office of Residence Life at 573.651.2274 or email@example.comResidence Life
What are you waiting for? Follow these steps to start your southeast experience!
Note: Admission to the University does not indicate admission to programs that have additional admission criteria and/or specific prerequisites. For information on admission to programs, refer to our Undergraduate Bulletin.