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APPLYING AS A TRANSFER STUDENT
The University of Hartford welcomes applications from students who have earned credit from other institutions of higher education. The University accepts applications on a rolling basis, but encourages all students to apply as early as possible.
All transfer students must submit:
application (apply online or download a printable application)
application fee of $35
all official collegiate transcripts from each previously attended institution, regardless of achievement or desired credit
Students with fewer than thirty (30) completed semester hours at the time of application must also submit their standardized test scores (SAT I/ACT) and official, final high school transcript.
* The U.S. Department of Higher Education requires proof of high school graduation or its equivalent by all students. This requirement must be fulfilled prior to registration. The requirement can be met with an official final high school transcript, a letter directly from your high school confirming graduation, or an official GED score report. All official documents must be received in a sealed envelope from the appropriate institutions.
Applying as a transfer student to The Hartt School (music, dance and theatre):
In addition to the above documents you will also need to submit The Hartt Supplemental Application and schedule an audition/interview.
Applying as a transfer student to Hartford Art School :
In addition to the above documents you will also need to schedule a portfolio review. Visit Hartford Art School website for further information.
*Once all required documents have been successfully submitted and your file is deemed complete, you can expect a decision by mail within three to four weeks.
**Final decisions for Hartt and Art applicants will be made upon completion of audition/interview or portfolio review provided the applicant's file is complete.
Applying as a Transfer Student to degree programs in Education:
Students with 54 or more completed semester hours at the time of application must also submit their official Praxis I test results in order to be reviewed for admission. For more information about the Praxis I exam please visit the Education Testing Service (ETS) website at www.ets.org.
FAQs (FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS)
Who qualifies as a transfer student?
Which of my courses will transfer into the University of Hartford ?
Will my grade point average transfer in addition to my courses?
When will I receive my transfer evaluation?
Will all my transferable credits apply to my degree program?
Do you offer financial assistance for transfer students?
I only attended one institution since I graduated high school and I have since withdrawn. Do I still need to submit a transcript? Am I considered a transfer student?
I don't want credit for courses I completed at another institution. Must I still submit the transcript?
What other types of credit will you consider?
What is the next step...?