Q: My school has adopted new grading criteria due to the COVID 19 crisis. Will my courses for which I receive a Pass transfer?
A: For all courses taken in winter, spring, and summer 2020 that are transferred in any "P" or "S" grade that is noted on a transcript as representing a C- letter grade or higher will be transferred in and accepted as an acceptable grade (subject to usual criteria for degree requirement credit).
Q: All of my classes are now taught on line due to the COVID 19 Crisis. Will my courses transfer to all LSA Departments?
A: For all courses taken in winter, spring, and summer 2020 all courses previously evaluated and currently approved in the Transfer Credit Equivalency (TCE) will continue to be accepted even if the course was taken with a different delivery method (i.e. online) and without any additional verification process for students.
Q: How can I submit transcripts?
A: You can submit transcripts in 3 different ways. For instructions on submitting transcripts go to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website.
Please do not have any transcripts sent to LSATransferTeam or LSATransferCenter emails.
Q: Do I have to declare my major as part of the application process?
A: No. Every student enters into LSA undeclared and declares their major after they enroll.
Q: On the application I had to list my intended major. Does that mean I am admitted into that specific major?
A: No. All students enter undeclared.
Q: Does the major I list on the application affect my chances of being admitted?
A: No. Because all students enter LSA undeclared and have the opportunity to change majors after enrolling, the majors you list on your applications do not play a role in your admission decision.
Q: If I have questions about the application process, who can I ask?
A: Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. You can call the Call Center at 734- 764-7433 or contact the admissions counselor assigned to you. You can find your admissions counselor on the Contact Us page.
Q: I have multiple courses that are transferring with the same course subject and number, i.e. multiple courses listed as CHEM 101X. Does that mean that I am only receiving credit for one class?
A: No, you will receive credit for each class posted on your transcript. For example, if you have 3 courses listed as CHEM 101X, each for 3 credits, you will receive a total of 9 credits for the 3 courses.
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