Transfer Students

Thank you for your interest in continuing your college education at Southeastern. Here you can view admissions criteria, required materials and resources for more information. When you're ready, start your online application by choosing the appropriate link below.

Transfer Students with Less Than 18 Hours

I will have less than 18 hours earned (excluding developmental courses) by the beginning of my transfer semester.

Materials

High School Transcript

Final high school transcript

If you earned a GED

A copy of your scores or your diploma with application

State-approved home study program

A copy of your home school transcript, if available

ACT Scores

Have your scores sent to us (Southestern's code: 1608)

College transcripts

Official copies from each institution that you have attended

Proof of Immunization

Download form here

Criteria

Must meet requirements for beginning freshmen

Download list of requirements

Transfer GPA

2.0 or above on all college work

Academic Standing

Must be eligible to return to last institution attended

No developmental courses needed

Completion of all developmental courses
*effective Fall 2014

 

I have earned less than 18 hours.  Apply Now »

 

Transfer Students with 18 or More Hours

I will have more than 18 hours earned (excluding developmental courses) by the beginning of my transfer semester.

Materials

College transcripts

Official copies from each institution that you have attended

Proof of Immunization

Download form here

Criteria

Option 1

Transferrable associates degree or higher from regionally accredited institution & cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher

Option 2

Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher on all college work, college-level English and Math credits earned, must be eligible to return to last institution attended

Fee Waiver

 

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I have earned 30 hours or more.  Apply Now »
I have already earned a degree from another university.  Apply Now »

 

RETURNING STUDENTS

Welcome back!  Returning students with transfer work or a degree from Southeastern or another university must submit an official transcript with the application.

I am returning without any transfer work.  Apply Now »

I am returning with transfer work.  Apply Now »

I am returning with a degree from another university.  Apply Now »

I am returning with a degree from Southeastern and have no transfer work. Apply Now »

I am returning with a degree from Southeastern and have transfer work. Apply Now »

 

Transfer Associate Degree

If your aim is to transfer to a four-year school, earning a Louisiana Transfer Associate degree is a great place to start. This degree offered at Louisiana community colleges includes the foundation courses needed for a four-year program, and pursuing this degree can help students choose a major best suited to their interests. Upon earning this degree, students will have completed the first 60 hours of college credit towards a four-year degree.

Louisiana Transfer Associate Degrees (AALT/ASLT)

 

How Credits Transfer

The Office of Admissions will evaluate your official transcripts to determine how your courses transfer. Generally, Southeastern accepts most college level courses from regionally accredited colleges and universities. Southeastern does not accept technical or vocational courses nor courses taken for varsity sports. Most transferable courses will be assigned either direct equivalents or electives, and all college level coursework (excluding developmental courses) will be used to calculate your cumulative GPA.

As your transcripts are evaluated, courses that are transferable will be posted to your Transfer Credit Report which is accessed through your LEONET student account. If you have questions concerning your transfer credit evaluation, you may contact the Transfer Admission Counselor. If you have questions regarding how courses apply to your curriculum, you should contact an Academic Advisor in the department of your major.

Frequently Asked Questions for Transfers

Transfer Course Guide

Southeastern uses the Louisiana Board of Regents Statewide Transfer Guide as a basis for determining general education course equivalencies. This transfer guide includes most general education courses taught at public colleges and universities in Louisiana. Below are guides that show courses from 2-year and 4-year schools and how these courses transfer to Southeastern.

Transfer Course Guide 2013-2014- 2-year Schools
Transfer Course Guide 2013-2014- 4-year Schools 


Students who do not meet the regular admission criteria may be admissible through an alternate path. Contact an Admissions counselor at 985-549-5637 or admissions@southeastern.edu to review your options.