Transfer Student Admissions
How To Apply
A transfer applicant at The University of Texas at Tyler is a student who has attended college since graduating from high school and has earned at least 30 college credits. Students who have earned less than 30 credits will be considered freshman transfers and will need to send in high school transcripts.
We are rolling admissions, which means we accept and review applications throughout the entire year. Transfer students applying for fall will automatically be reviewed for the transfer scholarships. Students should apply no later than May 1 to be considered. Freshman transfers are not eligible for admission-based scholarships. Requirements for these scholarships can be found here.
High school seniors concurrently enrolled in college-level (dual credit) coursework, should apply as freshmen, not transfer.
Read the steps below on how to apply and feel free to email us if you have any questions. We can’t wait to learn more about you!
The University of Texas at Tyler uses the ApplyTexas application.
2. Pay your non-refundable application Fee
$60 for domestic students
$75 for international students
This can be paid when you submit your application through ApplyTexas, via our One Stop Service, or here.
*certain students may be eligible for a fee waiver. You may request one by emailing email@example.com or you may fill out this form.
3. Send us your Official Transcripts*
Request from your college(s) to have all transcript(s) from all institutions attended sent to us via one of the ways listed below:
- an electronic transcript method
- via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- hand delivery to our One Stop Service Center (must be signed and sealed)
- via USPS to:
UT Tyler Office of Admissions
3900 University Blvd
Tyler, TX 75799
All transcripts from institutions attended must be received to review your application for admission. If you are a freshman transfer, please also request that your final high school transcript be submitted.
*Transcripts can be submitted with courses in progress. A final transcript will be required once you decide to enroll.
At least a 2.0 cumulative college GPA (on a 4.0 scale) and 30 earned credit hours (can include, but not be exclusively dual-credit coursework)*
*students who have not earned 30 hours, are still welcome to apply, but must include their final high school transcript for evaluation.
Students will hear of their decision via the email address provided on their admission application. Decisions typically take up to 72 hours after all required transcripts have been received and processed. To update or verify your email, please contact us at email@example.com.
Appealing an Admissions Decision
Students who do not meet the minimum admission requirements may appeal their admissions decision. Students must submit an Admissions Decision Appeal form and supply supporting documentation to discuss matters and/or barriers that affected their ability to meet admissions requirements. Appeals will be reviewed by the Admissions Appeals Committee.
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