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Students transferring to Southeastern from another university or college must be eligible to re-enter the college or university from which they are transferring, and they must meet the minimum scholastic standards set forth elsewhere in this Catalogue for Southeastern students. Students must have their official transcripts from all institutions previously attended sent directly to the Office of Admissions (if hand carried, the transcript must be in an officially sealed envelope from the issuing institution). If a student is a veteran and was suspended, the student must be counseled by a VA representative before certification for entitlement. All suspensions from another university will be counted in the total number of suspensions. In the absence of academic action from the last session of attendance at a previous college or university, the same standards for suspension and dismissal will be applied as for Southeastern students.
Southeastern will admit transfer students based on the following criteria:
Transfer Students with fewer than 18 hours of transferable college credit (excluding
To be eligible for full admission to Southeastern, transfer students with less than 18 hours of transferable college credit earned must meet the following criteria:
Meet the same criteria for beginning freshmen as listed on the Admission Criteria for Undergraduate Students section of this catalogue, AND
Have a minimum 2.0 cumulative transferrable grade point average on all college work (excluding developmental courses), AND
Be eligible to return to the last college or university attended
Transfer Students with 18 or more hours of transferable college credit (excluding
To be eligible for full admission to Southeastern, transfer students with 18 or more hours of college credit earned must meet the following criteria:
Have a minimum 2.0 cumulative transferable grade point average on all college work (excluding developmental courses), AND
Must have successfully completed a college-level English and a college-level mathematics course designed to fulfill general education requirements with a grade of "C" or better in both, AND
Be eligible to return to the last college or university attended.
Entry options for Transfer Students with 18 or more transferable hours that need one
or more developmental courses:
Students having a 2.0 cumulative transferable grade point average, but are required to take one or more developmental courses may be admitted through an alternative path after completing one of the following options:
Continue enrollment at a prior institution or enroll in a community college to complete the developmental requirements prior to applying for admission as a transfer student to Southeastern.
Take the Accuplacer exam and obtain a passing score in all developmental requirements if no attempts at those courses have been previously made.
Note: Transfer students with 18 or more transferrable hours may be required to provide official ACT scores to verify whether developmental requirements have been met.
Transfer students with fewer than 18 transferable hours earned:
See "Additional Documentation for Beginning Freshmen and Transfer Students with fewer than 18 transferable hours earned" located after the beginning freshmen criteria in this section of the catalogue.
All Transfer Applicants:
All transfer applicants, including those with fewer than 18 transferable hours earned, must provide official transcripts from all previously attended colleges and universities. International transcripts may require a course by course evaluation by an accredited agency listed with the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) or the International Association of Universities (IAU).
Transfer students are encouraged to have official transcripts from all prior colleges and universities sent 30 days before classes begin.