Transfer Student Admissions
We welcome inquiries and applications from students interested in transferring from any university, college, or community college. We want to help students realize their educational goals by facilitating the transfer of courses from one institution to another.
How do I transfer to UMM?
- Fill out a free application.
- An admissions counselor will reach out to you with next steps. You should prepare to submit official college transcripts from all institutions you’ve attended.
What are the admissions requirements?
To be considered for admission, prospective transfer students must:
- Have a minimum grade point average of 2.0 or better in previous college coursework. Teacher education applicants should have a 2.5 in their major field of study.
- Be in good standing at their previous college or university. An applicant is not considered for admission for the semester immediately following their dismissal from another institution. In keeping with University of Maine System policy, UMM will not admit students to matriculated status who have been suspended from another UMS campus until the conditions established for termination of that suspension have been met.
Will my credits transfer?
UMM accepts all college-level coursework completed with a C- or better at regionally accredited colleges.
Use these resources to learn more about transferring your existing credits to UMM.
What scholarships are available for transfer students?
All admitted transfer students will be evaluated for merit-based scholarships at UMM; there are no additional steps to apply.
If you’re an adult transfer student, you may be eligible for University of Maine System degree completion scholarships. Visit the UMS website for more info.
We will be happy to discuss your opportunities at UMM and answer any questions you may have. Please call 1-888-468-6866 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may be interested in the Bachelor of College Studies program. This unique undergraduate degree program allows students to incorporate existing college credits into a custom curriculum. The degree can be completed on campus, 100% online, or a combination of the two.