Undergraduate Transfer Students – Undergraduate transfer students are those pursuing traditional (day-school) degrees.
Applying as an Undergraduate Transfer Student
- Complete an Application for Admission.
- Request delivery of the following documents:
- Official and final High School Transcript*
- Official College Transcripts*
- ACT and/or SAT Test Scores (Codes: ACT 2138 or SAT 6489)
NOTE - Undergraduate applicants who have previously completed a bachelor's degree will be requested to provide official collegiate transcripts prior to admittance; high school transcripts and ACT/SAT test scores will not be required for admittance.
*When requesting delivery of official transcripts, please request that your institution mail your materials to the following address, or email them to email@example.com.
3003 Snelling Avenue North
St. Paul, MN 55113
- Fall 2019 Term - Application Deadline August 1, 2019
- Spring 2020 Term - Application Deadline December 15, 2019
A transfer credit evaluation may be requested to determine how your credits will apply to your desired major at Northwestern. Northwestern accepts coursework with grades of C- or higher from accredited and some non-accredited institutions. Classes are evaluated for transfer on a course-by-course basis.
For a bachelor’s degree or an associate degree, a minimum of 30 credits must be completed at Northwestern. Additionally, a minimum of 50 percent of major and minor coursework must be completed at Northwestern. Finally, students must have completed a minimum number of credits at Northwestern to be eligible for undergraduate graduation honors (30-59 credits for “with distinction” honors and minimum of 60 credits for Latin honors; see the catalog for more information).
All courses must be college-level to fulfill traditional undergraduate core curriculum requirements. Remedial coursework will not fulfill degree requirements. Please see course catalog or contact the transfer counselor for details.
NOTE – Please note that the transfer credit evaluation option is not offered for potential nursing students. A transfer credit evaluation will be automatically completed and sent upon admittance to the university and receipt of all collegiate transcripts.
Bachelor of Arts in Music Articulation Agreement
Anoka-Ramsey Community College and the University of Northwestern – St. Paul have established an agreement to facilitate credit transfer and provide a smooth transition from Associate in Fine Arts: Music (Anoka-Ramsey Community College) to Bachelor of Arts in Music (University of Northwestern – St. Paul).
Prospective transfer students may be admitted with a minimum collegiate GPA of 2.50. Prospective post-baccalaureate students may be admitted with a minimum collegiate GPA of 2.75. A limited number of students with below-standard academic credentials may be transitionally admitted upon an additional review process.
A student’s class standing is based upon the number of transferable credits and credits by examination earned before matriculation.