Transfer Admission Requirements
You are a transfer applicant if you have attended any college, university or tade school post-high school. If you have completed less than 30 semester hours of earned college credit, you are still considered a transfer student, but must also meet freshmen admission requirements.
In making admission decisions for transfer students Northeastern Illinois University takes into consideration the following:
||For transfer students with 30 or more semester hours of completed college or university credit at the time of application: |
||Earned a cumulative "C" average for all college work attempted and be in good standing at the last college attended on a full-time basis.|
||For transfer students with fewer than 30 semester hours of completed college or university credit at the time of application:|
||If you have earned less than 30 semester hours of college credit, you must have earned a cumulative "C" average for all college work attempted, be in good standing at the last college attended on a full-time basis, as well as meet freshmen admission requirements.|
Required documents are official transcripts from all colleges, universities or trade schools attended. For colleges/universities outside of the United States, a Subject Analysis or Course-by-course report from Educational Credentials Evaluators, Inc.(ECE) is required.
Review the Admission Application for full details.
Northeastern Illinois University is a participant in the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI), a statewide agreement that allows transfer of the completed Illinois General Education Core Curriculum between participating institutions.
Transfer Student Resources:
• Northeastern Articulation Guides
• Illinois Articulation Initiative