Transfer Admissions Standards
For a Transfer student to be admitted to Shenandoah University, they must meet the following standards:
- Transfer applicants must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA from all institutions in order to transfer to Shenandoah University.
- Transfer applicants who have not obtained at least 24 credits at another institution must also provide high school transcripts and SAT/ACT test scores.
- Transfer applicants must provide:
- Evidence of good standing at the college last attended
- Official transcript(s) of credits earned at ALL institution(s) previously attended
Official transcripts must show entrance credits accepted and results of standardized tests administered. It is the responsibility of the transfer applicant to have official transcripts of all academic work and evidence of honorable dismissal forwarded directly to the SU Office of Admissions. Credentials submitted by the applicant are not considered official. For admission as a transfer student, the applicant must be in good standing and eligible to return to his/her former institution. Candidates for admission as transfer students who have been suspended from other institutions shall not be considered for admission until they have been out of college for a period of one regular semester.
Applicants should recognize that it can take as much as three weeks for Shenandoah University to receive official copies of transcripts from other institutions. Applicants are encouraged to order transcripts as early as possible.
Shenandoah’s CEEB Code is: 5613