Undergraduate

Undergraduate Transfer Students

CIU considers you a transfer student if you have attempted 12 or more hours at an accredited college or university after your high school graduation. You must have a cumulative 2.0 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale. College courses you’ve completed must be eligible for transfer to CIU.

Undergraduate Transfer Application

Courses Eligible for Transfer

Courses taken at another college or university must meet the following criteria:

  • In order to receive full credit for a course, the course must be completed at a college/university accredited by or having candidate status with a Regional Accrediting Organization, ABHE, TRACS, or other accrediting agency recognized by the American Council on Education (USDE).
  • Courses must be submitted on an official transcript.
  • Courses must be college-level.
  • The student must have an earned grade of “C” or above. (Note: A grade of “S” or “P” may not constitute a “C” or better.)
  • A two-hour course can meet the requirement of a three-hour course, but the student must make up the additional hour.

Standardized Test Acceptance

Transfer Policies and Supplemental Information

CIU's Undergraduate Transfer Policy Supplement serves to provide additional information regarding transfer equivalency for undergraduate credit in accordance with our Transfer Credit Policy.