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We are excited you are considering transferring to Norwich University!

We understand that the application process of transfer students differs from those of first time students, and we have dedicated professionals to help you with the application, transfer credit questions, the decision to start as a residental student in the spring or fall, transferring of financial aid information and much more. Transfer students are an important part of the Norwich University campus community and we look forward to serving your academic and transfer-related needs.

Will my credits transfer?

See if your college credits are likely to transfer to Norwich. Fill in the options of our Transfer Credit Equivalencies with your previous college’s state and name to see what we have accepted from that school in the past.

In reviewing transfer applicants, we consider your overall academic record. If you have earned at least 12 college credits, your college transcripts and GPA are considered in our decision. However, if you have earned fewer than 12 college credits, your high school performance is the primary source for the review process. Transfer students should refer to the New Student Guidelines and Requirements below for additional information on high school coursework requirements.

If you have earned at least 12 credit hours of college level work, the SAT I or ACTs are not required. Although Norwich does not have a GPA cutoff, transfer applicants should maintain at least a 2.5 GPA on the college level.

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