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We’re committed to being the college where you complete a respected bachelor’s degree that will help you launch – or advance – your career.
Ursuline College is transfer friendly. We will transfer a maxium of 90 credit hours, including alternative credit options. A minimum of 30 credits must be earned at Ursuline, including half the courses required for your major. The Ursuline Core Curriculum also includes three unique Ursuline Common Core classes that can’t be transferred in.
Ursuline’s undergraduate students transferred here from other institutions for many reasons. Each story is unique: Maybe the college they chose after high school didn’t meet their needs; maybe life circumstance required a shift; or maybe their goals shifted. There are as many stories as there are Ursuline students to tell them. However, they all found the same thing when they joined the Ursuline College community: a caring, collaborative environment where they are challenged, supported, and can thrive.
Ursuline classrooms are the place for students who want to change the world. With world-class programs and an intimate average class size of 11, there’s no shortage of support. Classes are taught by professional faculty members interested in your success, alongside peers with whom you can collaborate and discuss real-world issues.
Students receive a transfer credit evaluation from the Registrar's Office during their admission process. Ursuline College uses the Transfer Equivalency System (TES) for evaluating credit (Note: If you do not see an institution and/or a course listed, it does not mean we do not accept it. It only needs to be reviewed for approval). Specific transfer policies can be reviewed here. For additional questions, contact the Registrar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I would not have gotten the experience I had here at Ursuline College anywhere else.
58% of Ursuline undergrads are transfers
20+ undergrad programs to choose from
11 students per class, on average
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