A primary concern for transfer students is the transfer of completed coursework credit from their current school to Ohio Dominican and how long it will take to earn your degree.
As part of the transfer process, an Admission Counselor will review your transfer evaluation with you and answer any questions.
The transfer evaluation is free and can be reviewed as quickly as two business days after all transcripts from accredited universities have been received by the Office of Admission. Transcripts can be sent via mail, email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (614) 251-0156.
ODU accepts transfer credit for all courses that have earned a C minus or above. Students from two-year institutions can transfer a maximum of 102 quarter hours or 68 hours toward graduation.
There is no limit to the number of credits a transfer student can bring in from a four-year institution. In order to graduate, Ohio Dominican students must complete a minimum number of 120 credit hours (30 of which must be completed at ODU).
View transfer guides from local community colleges to get an idea of how their courses may transfer to ODU.