Office of Transfer Affairs
Students transfer to the University of Vermont because of our strong academic history and beautiful surroundings. The Office of Transfer Affairs is committed to making transfer at UVM a positive experience. We believe in strong customer service that will support qualified students in reaching their educational goals. Click on the links below for more information.
Get a head start by viewing how courses taken at other institutions have transfered to UVM in the past.
Interested in transferring to the University of Vermont? Click here to find out more about the admissions process and what to do once you've been accepted.
Degree Completion while at UVM
There are limits on the number of credits transferred that may be applied to the degree program and major selected. In general, 30 of the last 45 credits earned for the UVM degree must be taken at the University. Consult the online catalogue
for specific college/school policies.
Learn how to petition a non-UVM course be applied toward fufilling your diversity requirement.
Hankering to explore the coast of Ireland, the cuisine of France, or the wildlife of Namibia? Click here to find out more about the study abroad process.
Hoping to take classes over the summer locally? Want to explore another school for a semester? Click here to find out more about taking classes at another U.S. College or University.
Some course credit may be granted after the successful completion of exams such as the Advanced Placement (AP), the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), the International Baccalaureate (IB), and other post-secondary examinations. To find out more click here.
Get answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about Transfer Affairs.
Last modified April 20 2012 09:41 AM