Transfer Students: Did You Know?
TROY accepts up to 50 hours of military credits, CLEP, Dantes, DSST, and other non-traditional credits.
TROY makes every effort to provide our current students with the maximum amount of credit for their previous non-traditional education and training possible.
Our admissions staff is here to assist you in completing the application and enrollment processes. We look forward to helping you continue your college journey at TROY!
Troy University is proud to offer you an unofficial transfer "FREE in 48" equivalency report of your undergraduate transfer credits that you have already completed. This report will allow you to see how the course credits you have already earned may transfer into Troy University. To better understand your progress toward your degree with TROY, you can view the degree requirements in the TROY Academic Catalog at https://resources.troy.edu/catalogs/undergraduate/.
To request an "Unofficial Transfer Course Equivalency Report," please send copies of your transcripts, your current zip code and a phone number where you can be reached to DMC@troy.edu.
Transfer students are considered students who have attempted at least 24 hours of non-developmental coursework at another two-year or four-year institution. Students who fall into this category are not required to submit high school transcripts or test scores. Transfer applicants will be granted admission to TROY if they are in good academic standing at the last college attended and if they have an overall grade point average of at least a 2.00 on all college/university work attempted. Technical and/or remedial/developmental work is not considered in determining grade point average. Applicants who have been suspended from another institution for any reason must be eligible to return to that institution before being considered for admission to TROY.
Upon application to Troy University, transfer students should send all transcripts as soon as possible. Acceptance cannot be made without submitting transcripts. Transcripts should be mailed to the campus/site location indicated on your application.
Students from Alabama community colleges are encouraged to utilize a STARS Guide http://stars.troy.edu/ in preparing to transfer. The guide is designed so that students can follow the course equivalencies for particular majors from the time they enter their community college to the time they transfer.
Call 1-800-414-5756 with additional questions on how to transfer to Troy University!