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Transfer FAQs

All of your questions about transferring to Greenville answered here!

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Where do I start?

First things first, fill out the application. It is free and puts you in contact with the right people. Second, send in unofficial/official copies of your transcripts to go along with your application. We will review your application once we have these materials together. Get us added to your FAFSA so that we can begin working on a financial aid package for you. Finally, pay your enrollment deposit.

Does it cost anything to apply?

No! Our application is completely free. You can fill it out online at any time here.

Do you need my high school transcripts and test scores or just my college transcripts?

You will need to submit your high school transcripts and test scores if by the time you enroll you have not obtained 60 college credits. If you will have completed more than 12 college credits, we will admit you based on your college transcripts, but we still must have the high school transcripts and test scores on file.

What is the minimum academic requirement for a general admission to GU?

Consideration for admission will be given to students who hold a 2.0 GPA* or above.

*There are some exceptions to this rule.

How many credits are required for graduation?

Each student is required to complete 120 credits for graduation.

Do you require an enrollment deposit before registering for classes?

Yes, but this $200 enrollment deposit is nothing additional. It would come off any remaining balance you may have. Your enrollment deposit lets us know that you are committed to attending GU! It reserves your spot in line for both housing and enrolling for classes. The sooner that you can do this, the better.

Do I have to live on campus, or can I commute?

You are required to live on-campus in one of our dorms, apartments, or houses unless your permanent address is within 30 miles of campus, you are over the age of 23, or you are married. Of course, this can be addressed on a personal basis as well.

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