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Your future starts here. Follow these steps to complete your application for admission as a transfer student. You should apply as a transfer student if you have attended another college or university after graduating from high school or receiving a GED.
In order to determine your admission, UTA considers your cumulative transfer GPA for transfer students with at least 24 transferable hours, and class rank and SAT or ACT scores for students with less than 24 transferable hours. Please refer to the chart below for minimum admission requirements. You may also review admission policies and legislative requirements in the University Catalog.
|Minimum Transferable Credit Hours||Minimum Acceptable GPA||Additional Requirements|
|Less than 24||2.25||
Must meet freshman admission requirements AND
|24 or more||2.25||
You will need to apply using the ApplyTexas online application.
The transfer application fee is $60. You can pay it with a credit card on the ApplyTexas application. If you do not pay the application fee through ApplyTexas, you can pay by credit card over the phone at 817-272-MAVS or by check or money order in person or through the mail.
UTA does not offer application fee waivers for transfer students.
Submit documents to the Office of Admissions by mail or in person.
Applications received after the posted deadlines could be subject to processing delays. Please note that the scholarship and financial aid application deadlines are earlier. For more information about applying for financial aid, visit the Financial Aid website.
Fall Semester: June 1
Spring Semester: December 1
Summer Semester: April 1
One of the cool things about being a transfer student is that you get to bring your credit with you! Shortly after you've been admitted to the University, your transfer credits will be evaluated and posted to your MyMav Student Center.
We've outlined these general transfer rules to help you anticipate course transferability.
Transferring to UTA is easy, but we hope to make it even easier with our sample degree plans, articulation agreement guides, and transfer equivalency guide.
If you attended a two-year institution and transferred before earning an associate's degree, UTA has a reverse transfer process that allows you to complete the requirements of your associate's degree at UTA. All UTAxTCC students are automatically qualified for reverse transfer. All other students should contact their transfer admission counselor for more information about the reverse transfer process for your former institution.