Does USC accept transfer students?

USC accepts both sophomore and junior transfer students. By transferring as early as your sophomore year, you can take more of your General Education and elective courses at USC.

Does USC require SAT for transfer students?

Although USC does not require a minimum number of transfer units, if you have completed fewer than 30 credits then you will be required to submit your high school GPA and SAT or ACT score. You may also want to utilize a checklist to ensure you complete all the requirements for your application!

Does USC have guaranteed transfer?

The official TTP form from USC states that admission is not guaranteed. In fact, when signing up for the program you must sign a box stating that no matter how you perform you understand you can still be denied admission.

Can I get into USC with a 3.6 GPA?

The average high school GPA for admitted students at USC is 3.79 on a 4.0 scale. (You can calculate your high school a GPA here.) This is a very competitive GPA, and USC is clearly accepting students at the top of their high school class.

How hard is it to get into UCLA as a transfer student?

UCLA accepts 24.09% transfer applicants, which is competitive. To have a shot at transferring into UCLA, you should have a current GPA of at least 3.89 – ideally you’re GPA will be around 4.05. In addition, you will need to submit standardized test scores.

How many units are required to transfer into USC?

USC does not require a minimum number of transfer units.* However, if you will have earned fewer than 30 transferable semester units by the end of the spring term, we will base our decision either primarily on your high school record and/or SAT or ACT scores (if you submit them).

What GPA do I need to transfer to USC?

– Contact an Admissions Counselor at USC – Send them your transcript from Smith – After some review, the USC counselor can tell you which of your course units will transfer and what you might need to take in order to qualify.

How hard is it to transfer into USC?

– Prerequisites: CSCI 170 and CSCI 103 – We’re hoping for a challenge exam for this soon. At this time, students must follow the petition procedures to request that the USC articulation department review any courses for which – Course website:

What are my chances of transferring to USC?

USC is very transfer friendly and accepts around 30% of transfers in any given year. However, as has been mentioned, a lot of well-qualified students still get rejected.