Transfer Students
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Find your path to success at the University of Delaware

One third of all college students transfer at least once before earning a degree. We welcome close to 400 transfer students each fall and 200 each spring. Thinking of transferring to UD? Start here. 

Apply

Ready to Apply?

Here are some tips to prepare and deadlines to keep in mind. 

 

Admissions Requirements

Plan Your Visit

A campus visit is the best way to learn about UD's unique community.

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Why transfer?

Sometimes that was always the plan—to save a little money and get accustomed to the rigor of college before attending a flagship institution.

Which of my course credits will transfer to UD? 

Check out our Transfer Credit Matrix, which contains thousands of course equivalents from more than 800 institutions. The Matrix is also a useful tool for you when registering for additional courses at your current college. The UD Transfer Credit Matrix is an organic document, with representatives from UD's Office of the Registrar regularly working with students and UD faculty to evaluate and post University of Delaware course equivalents from other institutions. Therefore, if one of your courses is not listed, it generally means it has not been evaluated yet. Faculty may require you to supply a course description and a syllabus in order to have it approved.

Transfer Credit Matrix

Financing Your Degree

  Delaware Resident Out-of-State-Residents
Tuition: $11,540 $30,960
Room (Standard Double): $7,316 $7,316
Board: $4,752 $4,752
Health Service Fee: $454 $454
Comprehensive Student Fee: $598 $598
Student Center Fee: $238 $238
Total $24,898 $44,318
*New rates are released every July.  Optional Winter & Summer Sessions are charged separately. Actual rates for room vary for different housing arrangements. Amount shown is standard rate for first-year double room. 

To apply for need-based aid, be sure to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1.

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