Contact for Transfer Students
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Admission Requirements for Transfer Students
- Minimum GPA of 2.50
- At least one recent full-time semester is encouraged, with grades of “C” or above
- Strong writing demonstration
- Official college transcripts from all schools attended
- If students have less than 30 hours of college credit completed at the time of application, SEU will require an official high school transcript and SAT or ACT test score. Test scores are waived if students have completed English Composition I and II.
Learn more about admissions for transfer students at SEU
Transfer Credit Information
SEU will accept up to 66 hours of credit from a community college and up to 90 hours from a university. However, students must complete their last 30 hours in residence and at least half of their major coursework at SEU.
For an evaluation of transfer credit, students can download a "Transfer of Credit Request Form"
SEU will only accept grades of "C" or above for consideration of transfer credits. We also accept repeated coursework and take the GPA on the institution's transcript. We do not recalculate GPA's.
Approximate Cost/Range for One Academic Year
(15 hours per semester, Fall and Spring)
Tuition & Fees
Room & Board
Books & Supplies
Over 87% of transfer students receive financial assistance and we are committed to making our nationally recognized education affordable.
Scholarships for Transfer Students
Academic scholarships for transfer students range between $5,000- $10,000 per year (up to 3 years). Students are automatically considered for these awards during their application process for admission.
Special Programs Unique to This School
New College - Adult Undergraduate Program
The New College undergraduate program is designed for adults who are typically over the age of 24 and need an undergraduate program designed to fit their lives. This program offers evening, weekend, and online courses, offering classes on the main campus in south Austin and at the north Austin campus. Additionally, New College values the college-level learning adults have gained through work and life experience, helping you to turn that learning into course credit. For more information, please visit this link.
Learning Lasts a Lifetime…
Success in your chosen major and career builds from the bedrock of common courses that we call "general education."
This four-year exploration equips you to synthesize and communicate, not simply absorb information. We can think of no more useful skill or durable career advantage.
You will master critical and creative thinking, moral reasoning, communication and problem solving. You will grasp the world as a far more coherent and understandable whole. And you will step into larger roles and assume more social responsibility.
Students at St. Edward's venture across the globe to learn, work and widen their circles of influence — and perfect the languages they study at St. Edward’s (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish). From Buenos Aires, Argentina, to our location in Angers, France, to one of Europe's financial hubs, Edinburgh, Scotland, to our new program in Beppu, Japan, our global opportunities can challenge assumptions and change more than your mind.
Amid these opportunities is our Global Understanding certification program, which further prepares students for life and work in an interconnected world. Tailored to any degree, this certification combines global-themed courses, foreign language proficiency and study abroad — opening doors to international connections and careers.
Our Holy Cross tradition holds that we do this not simply to make you smarter. We expose you to diverse points of view and train you to work well with others. And we propose a higher good, believing that sound thinking and mutual respect lead to right action.
St. Edward’s University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
Note: The information shown here is subject to change. Students are strongly encouraged to verify information with the institution to which they intend to transfer.