Transfer to UB
Transferring has never been easier or more affordable.
Benefits of transferring to UB include:
- Our transfer policy maximizes the number of credits you can transfer into UB.
- UB offers generous scholarships for qualified transfer students.
- Complete your Associate Degree Program and enter UB as a junior (in a compatible program).
- Successfully complete your undergraduate degree at UB and enter a one-year master’s degree program in many areas including: Education, Computer Science and Business (MBA).
Visit UB for a personal transfer consultation.
Important Transfer Considerations:
- You should apply in advance of the date of the term you plan to begin your studies. This will enable you to receive a timely evaluation of your transfer credits, appropriate academic advisement and program planning.
- You must have earned at least a “C” average (2.0 GPA) for all work attempted and be in good academic standing at the previously attended institution to be considered for regular admission.
- All courses taken at the previously institution must be 100 level or higher to transfer over.
- Dental Hygiene, Biology, Health Sciences, all Business majors and Computer Science and Engineering require a 2.5 cumulative grade point average.
- Your acceptance is contingent upon the receipt of all final official transcripts.
- You are required to complete your last thirty semester hours at the University of Bridgeport and meet course requirements as described in each program to be eligible for a degree. A maximum of 66 credits may be awarded from two-year colleges and 90 credits from accredited four-year institutions.
- An applicant who has attempted 12 or more semester hours at a regionally accredited post-secondary institution is considered a transfer applicant.
All transfer students should develop an education plan with their community college counselor. To encourage transfers within Connecticut, the University of Bridgeport is continuing to develop degree-specific transfer articulation agreements and guides with regionally accredited schools to assist transfer students in the development of their education plans.
The following are UB’s current articulation (transfer) agreements, which outline the courses students should take in order to complete an Associate Degree at their current institution and to transfer into specific major(s) at UB.
- Gateway Community College
- Housatonic Community College
- Norwalk Community College
- Naugatuck Valley Community College
- Middlesex Community College
- Quinebaug Community College
- Northwestern Community College
- Capital Community College
Students wishing to plan their Associate Degree programs to ensure meeting prerequisites for upper division courses at UB are encouraged to communicate early with a Transfer Counselor or Academic Advisor at UB to secure specific information about transfer credits and to ensure coursework will transfer. Transfer students receive academic credit for most college level courses as long as they receive a grade of C or better in the course. A maximum of sixty six (66) credits will be accepted for transfer from a community college.
Transfer Application Requirements
Transferring to UB is easy! You can apply online or visit our Transfer Applications Requirements page for more information including instructions for specific majors and requirements for student athletes.
The Office of Admissions hosts weekday campus tours at 10:00am, 12:00pm and 2:00pm. For students and families that are unable to join us during the week, the Office of Admissions has scheduled Saturday morning campus tours at 11:00am.
To register, click on the date on which you plan to tour UB:
Join us for our open house for undergraduate transfer students!
This event will include:
- an admissions presentation
- fee-waived application workshop
- on-the-spot transfer credit evaluation
- faculty “meet-and-greet”
- campus tour
Join us to learn more about how you can become part of UB’s inaugural Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) class!
- Meet our esteemed School of Nursing faculty
- Learn about the program and admissions requirements
- Tour our new state-of-the-art Nursing Skills and Simulation Center and UB’s seaside campus
To register, click on the date below that works best for you:
Morning Information Sessions:
Afternoon Information Sessions:
At Summer Orientation you will have the opportunity to meet with your academic advisor, register for fall classes, learn about student support services, select your room, and meet future classmates.
Freshmen Summer Orientation Session 1
Monday, July 11, 8:00 a.m. to Tuesday, July 12, 12:00 p.m.
Freshmen Summer Orientation Session 2
Friday, July 15, 8:00 a.m. to Saturday, July 16th 12:00 p.m.
If you are a transfer student, join us for:
Transfer Summer Orientation
Wednesday, July 13th 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
In order to participate in Summer Orientation we must receive your $200 tuition deposit, health forms, and final official High School and/or College Transcript(s) before the day of the event.
To register for Summer Orientation, please register here or call 1-800- 392-3582.
At Transfer Orientation you will have the opportunity to meet with your academic advisor, register for fall classes, learn about student support services, select your room, and meet future classmates.
Click here to register! Or call 1-800- 392-3582.
In order to participate in Orientation, we must receive your $200 tuition deposit, health forms, and final official High School and/or College Transcript(s) before the day of the event.