A Guide for Transfer Students

If you're already an acupuncture student and you want to transfer schools, here's a step-by-step guide that will make the process easier.

Step 1. Estimate your transfer credits using our guide to equivalent courses below.
Step 2. Explore scholarships available to you as a YSU transfer student.
Step 3. Meet with our dean to evaluate your transfer and the benefits of completing your degree at YSU.
Step 4. Submit our easy application with your transcripts: we've waived the fee for you.

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Step 1. Estimate your transfer credits

A guide to equivalent course credits at Yo San University

If you've begun your TCM Degree at another college and are considering a transfer to YSU, then we'd like to make sure you get credit for the work you've already done. Estimating your transfer credits can be a little complicated because it requires a comparison of course sequence, content, and credit hours from one school to another. (*If you'd prefer, send us your transcripts and we'll map your completed courses to their YSU equivalent and share the results. Check "begin an evaluation of my transcripts" on the form below and we'll give you a secure email link to send them to us.)

To get you started, we've provided two examples below of courses from YSU mapped to their equivalents at other acupuncture schools. These courses are accepted for transfer credit at YSU, and under each block of courses you'll see the total units in parentheses.

Course Equivalencies: Yo San University and Pacific College of Health Sciences

If you are currently an acupuncture student at Pacific College of Health and Science, you will find your course titles in the chart below. We've grouped the courses below into areas of study in an effort to give you the maximum amount of credit if you transfer to YSU. The total units in each block is in parentheses.

Yo San Course Number/TitleUnits/HoursPacific College Course Number/TitleUnits/Hours
1
CM111 TCM Foundational Theories
CM112 Zang-Fu Syndromes
CM201 TCM Diagnosis
CM202 Advanced TCM Syndrome Dx
3/45
3/45
3/45
3/45
(12)
OM511 Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine I
OM512 Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine 2
OM513 Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine 3
OM514 Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine 4
3/45
3/45
3/45
3/45
(12)
2
CM402 Survey of TCM Classics II3/45HB642 Shang Han Lun/Wen Bing3/45
3
AC100 Intro to Meridian Theory
AC201 Acupuncture I
AC202 Acupuncture II
AC203 Acupuncture III
AC301 Acupuncture Techniques I
AC302 Acupuncture Techniques II
AC310 Scalp & Auricular Acupuncture
2/30
3/45
3/45
3/45
3/45
3/45
2/30
(19)
AC504A Acupuncture Channels and Points 1
AC505A Acupuncture Channels and Points 2
AC506A Acupuncture Channels and Points 3
AC601 Acupuncture Channels and Points 4
AC601L Acupuncture Channels and Points 4 Lab
AC602 Acupuncture Channels and Points 5
AC602L Acupuncture Channels and Points 5 Lab
AC511A Introduction to Clinical Techniques
AC512A Needle Technique
AC611A Advanced Needle Techniques
2.5/37.5
2.5/37.5
2.5/37.5
3/45
.75/11.25
3/45
.75/11.25
2.5/37.5
2.5/37.5
2.5/37.5
(19.5)
4
AC220 Tuina & Acupressure3/45
(3)
BT111 Intro to Tui Na Hand Techniques
BT212 Intro to Tui Na Structural Techniques
1.5/22.5
1.5/22.5
(3)
5
HM100 Intro to Chinese Herbal Medicine
HM110 TCM Herbal Materia Medica I
HM120 TCM Herbal Materia Medica II
HM130 TCM Herbal Materia Medica III
HM210 TCM Herbal Formulas I
HM220 TCM Herbal Formulas II
HM230 TCM Herbal Formulas III
HM240 TCM Nutrition
1/15
3/45
3/45
3/45
3/45
3/45
3/45
2/30
(21)
HB501 Introduction to Herbology
HB514 Herbology 1
HB515 Herbology 2
HB516 Herbology 3
HB621 Herbology 4
HB622 Herbology 5
HB623 Herbology 6
WS506 Eastern and Western Nutrition
2/30
2/30
2/30
3/45
3/45
3/45
3/45
3/45
(21)
6
CL310 Clinical Theater
CL400 Clinical Observation
2/60
3/90
(5/150)
CL531 Clinical Observation
CL532 Clinical Assistantship 1
CL533 Clinical Assistantship 2
2/60
2/60
2/60
(6/180)
7
WM100 Western Medical Terminology
WM150 Topographical Anatomy
WM151 Anatomy & Physiology I
WM152 Anatomy & Physiology II
WM153 Anatomy & Physiology II
2/30
1/15
3/45
3/45
3/45
(12)
Ws302 Medical Terminology
Ws211 Anatomy & Physiology 1
Ws312 Anatomy & Physiology 2
WS521 Anatomy & Physiology 1 Lecture
WS527 Anatomy & Physiology 3
WS528 Anatomy & Physiology 4
1.5/22.5
2.5/37.5
3/45
2.5/37.5
3/45
3/45
(15.5)
8
WM211 Pathology/Pathophysiology I
WM212 Pathology Pathophysiology II
3/45
3/45
(6)
WS531 Pathophysiology 1
WS632 Pathophysiology 2
3/45
3/45
(6)
9
WM140 Physics for Health Sciences2/30

(2)

Ws304 Biological Aspects of Physics2.5/37.5

(2.5)

10
WM130 Biochemistry for Health Sciences2/30

(2)

Ws307 Survey of Biochemical Principles2/30

(2)

11
WM310 Western Physical Assessment3/45

(3)

Ws340 Orthopedic Assessment
WS541A Orthopedic Neurological Evaluation 1
WS542A Orthopedic Neurological Evaluation 2
WS652A Physical Exam
2.5/37.5
2/30
2/30
2/30
(8.5)
12
WM340 Mental Wellness & Patient Care Psychology2/30
(2)
CL211 Clinical Counseling 1
CL612A Clinical Counseling 2: The Patient
1.5/22.5
1.5/22.5
(3)
13
WM220 Western Clinical Nutrition
WM360 Western Pharmacology
WM321 Western Clinical Medicine I
3/45
3/45
3/45
(9)
WS651 Pharmacology
Ws306 Integrative Health & Nutrition
WS656 Clinical Science
2.5/37.5
2.5/37.5
3/45
(8)
14
WM211 Pathology/Pathophysiology I
WM212 Pathology/Pathophysiology II
3/45
3/45
(6)
WS531 Pathophysiology 1
WS632 Pathophysiology 2
3/45
3/45
(6)
15
WM431 Healthcare Laws & Ethics
WM432 Healthcare Business Management
1/15
2/15
(3)
BU101A Public Safety, Business, and Ethics
BU611 Practice Management and Ethics
1.5/22.5
3/45
(4.5)

Course Equivalencies: Yo San University and AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine.

Here's another example: if you are currently an acupuncture student at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, you will find your course titles in the chart below. We've grouped the courses below into areas of study and the total hours of credit for each block is in parentheses.

1
Yo San CourseHoursAOMA Course EquivalentHours
2
CM111 TCM Foundational Theories
CM112 Zangfu Syndromes
CM201 TCM Diagnosis
45
45
45
(135)
AT0101 Foundations of CM 1
AT0102 Foundations of CM 2
AT0103 Diagnostic Skills of CM 1
AT0200 Diagnostic Skills of CM2
36
36
36
36
(144)
3
AC100 Intro to Meridian Theory
AC201 Acupuncture 1
AC202 Acupuncture 2
AC203 Acupuncture 3
30
45
45
45
(165)
AT0111 Point Location & Meridian Theory 1
AT0112 Point Location & Meridian Theory 2
AT0113 Point Location & Meridian Theory 3
AT0191 Meridian & Point Energetics 1
AT0192 Meridian & Point Energetics 2
36
36
36
36
36
(180)
4
AC301 Acupuncture Techniques 1
AC302 Acupuncture Techniques 2
45
45
(90)
AT0131 Acu Techniques 1
AT0132 Acu Techniques 2
AT0204 Advanced Channel Needling Techniques
36
36
36
(108)
5
AC310 Auricular and Scalp Acu45AT0202 Advanced Needling Techniques and Theory36
6
AC220 Tuina/Acupressure45

(45)

ABT01 Tuina 1
ABT02 Tuina 2
ANT03 Tuina 3
36
36
36
(108)
7
HM100 Intro to Herbal Medicine
HM110 TCM Herbal Materia Medica 1
HM120 TCM Herbal Materia Medica 2
HM130 TCM Herbal Materia Medica 3
HM240 TCM Nutrition
15
45
45
45
30
(180)
HT0103 Chinese Herbology 1
HT0201 Chinese Herbology 2
HT0202 Chinese Herbology 3
HL01 Chinese Herbal Studies Lab 1
HL02 Chinese Herbal Studies Lab 2
HL03 Chinese Herbal Studies Lab 3
HT0200 Nutrition and Dietary Therapy
36
36
36
12
12
12
36
(180)
8
HM210 TCM Herbal Formulas 1
HM220 TCM Herbal Formulas 2
HM230 TCM Herbal Formulas 3
HM320 Herbal Patent & External Medicines
45
45
45
30
(165)
HT0203 Chinese Herbal Formulations 1
HT0301 Chinese Herbal Formulations 2
HT032 Chinese Herbal Formulations 3
HT0311 Syndrome-based Herbs & Formulas
HT0300 Chinese Patent Herbal Medicine
36
36
36
36
36
(180)
9
CM420 Survey of TCM Classics I
CM421 Survey of TCM Classics II
30
45
(75)
HT0394 Huang Di Nei Jing
HT0395 Shan Han Lun
HT0442 Jin Gui Yao Lue
HT0443 Wen Bing and Wen Re
18
18
18
18
(72)
10
CM301 TCM Internal Medicine I
CM302 TCM Internal Medicine II
AC320 Acupuncture Point Therapeutics I
AC321 Acupuncture Point Therapeutics II
45
45
45
45
(180)
AT0211 Acupuncture Treatment of Disease 1
AT0212 Acupuncture Treatment of Disease 2
AT0213 Acupuncture Treatment of Disease 3
HT0332 Chinese Herbal Treatment of Disease 1
HT0333 Chinese Herbal Treatment of Disease 2
HT0431 Chinese Herbal Treatment of Disease 3
36
36
36
36
36
36
(216)
11
WM100 Western Medical Terminology
WM150 Topographical Anatomy
WM151 Anatomy & Physiology 1
WM152 Anatomy & Physiology 2
30
15
45
45
(135)
WS0110 Biomedical Terminology
WS0101 Anatomy, Physiology, & Histology I
WS0102 Anatomy & Physiology 2
WS0103 Anatomy & Physiology 3
24
36
36
36
(132)
12
WM110 Biology30WS0104 Medical Biology36
13
WM130 Biochemistry30WS0105 Medical Biochemistry36
14
WM211 Pathology/Pathophysiology145WS0132 Microbiology & General Pathophysiology
WS0133 Systemic Pathophysiology
36

36
(72)

15
WM361 Integrative Pharmacology45WS0201 Biomedical Pharmacology
HT0322 Chinese Herbal Safety & Herb-Drug Interactions
36
18
(54)
16
WM330 Medical Imaging and Laboratory Diagnosis30WS0292 Biomedical Diagnostic Techniques36
17
WM310 Western Physical Assessment45WS0310 Physical Assessments Internal Medicine
WS0311 Physical Assessments Neuro-Musculo-Skeletal
24

24
(48)

18
WM321 Western Clinical Medicine 1
WM322 Western Clinical Medicine 2
45
45
(90)
WS0393 Biomedical Treatment of Disease 1
WS0394 Biomedical Treatment of Disease 2
WS0312 OB/GYN: Management of Gyno and Repro Conditions
36

36

36

(108)

19
WM340 Mental Wellness & Patient Care Psychology30PT0101 Psychology & Clinical Communications36

 

Estimating course equivalencies from your school to Yo San University

You can compare our course descriptions here to those of your own college. You can view a summary of our core curriculum here.

Here are the names and abbreviations of our departments:
    • Chinese Medicine Department (CM): your school may name this East Asian Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, or Oriental Medicine. About 500-600 hours are required including both theoretical and practical training in foundational concepts and diagnostic techniques.
    • Acupuncture Department (AC): around 500-600 hours dedicated to mastering acupuncture techniques and their clinical applications.
    • Herbal Medicine Department (HM): your school may name this Chinese Herbal Medicine. Approximately 300-450 hours, focusing on the study of individual herbs, formulation, pharmacology and practical application of herbal medicine.
    • Western Medicine Department (WM): your school may name this Biomedicine or Western sciences. Around 450-500 hours, covering the essentials of Western medical sciences to support an integrative approach to patient care, including anatomy, physiology, pathology, and pharmacology.
    • Clinical Training: a significant portion of the program, with 800-1,000 hours dedicated to clinical training, ensuring students acquire the necessary practical skills and experience.

 

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Step 2. YSU Scholarships for Transfer Students

If you are transferring in to YSU, we offer two scholarships.
The Way of Tao Scholarship is for students entering our four-year programs (MAcCHM or DAcCHM) from another school.
The Chancellor's Scholarship is for students entering our two-year doctoral program (DAOM) from another school.


Way of Tao Scholarship

For new transfer students
The Way of Tao Scholarship welcomes and encourages academically strong TCM students to transfer into our MAcCHM/DAcCHM program, continue their TCM education at Yo San University, and be an integral part of the Yo San community of teachers, students and healers.

Award Amount: Up to $4,500 in tuition credit applicable to the first trimester in the MAcCHM/DAcCHM program at YSU.

Eligibility: (1) New transfer students admitted into the MAcCHM or DAcCHM program, who are not current or previous students of YSU. (2) Strong academic performance from previous TCM college, with a cumulative GPA of no less than 3.3. Previous TCM education must be within 3 calendar years of transfer to YSU.

Availability: All transfer students should apply. Up to eight (8) awards per trimester.

Selection Criteria: Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application. The recipient(s) will be selected by a scholarship committee based on each applicant’s academic records presented in the application

Conditions:

1. One-time non-renewable award
2. Unused tuition credit will not be carried over into subsequent trimester(s), and has no cash value
3. Must not be concurrent recipient of any other YSU scholarships


Chancellor’s Scholarship

For new and transfer DAOM students
Award Amount: $1,500 tuition credit per trimester, renewable for three (3) consecutive trimesters (for a total award amount of up to $4,500).

Eligibility: New DAOM students and transfer students with no more than 18 transfer credits

Availability: Up to three (3) awards per cohort.

Selection Criteria: For the initial award, applicants must submit a completed scholarship application. The recipient(s) will be selected by a scholarship committee based on each applicant’s academic performance in his/her entry-level degree program, as well as documented personal and professional achievements.

Renewal Criteria: Maintaining satisfactory academic progress in the DAOM program, as well as maintaining in overall good standing (payment of outstanding balances, absence of adverse disciplinary actions, etc).


You can view all of our scholarships here.

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image of Anisa Kassim, Dean of Masters Program at Yo San University

Step 3. Meet with our Dean and academic advisors

Your mentor and advisor is Anisa Kassim, Dean of the Master’s program at Yo San University. We invite you to set up a meeting with her. Alexandria Ferri is our Assistant Academic Dean and she will be evaluating your transfer credits initially.

Here are the steps for transfer student consideration at YSU:

1. Introduce yourself

  • Tell us a little about yourself using the simple form below and we'll get right back to with specific details to set up your phone meeting and then a personal meeting at YSU.
  • Check out our scholarship opportunities: you probably qualify for our Way of Tao scholarship which awards you up to $4,500 in tuition credit applicable to the first trimester in the MAcCHM/DAcCHM program at YSU.
  • Gather your transcripts: these can be emailed to us (unofficial for now), and will help us compare the content of your completed courses with those offered at YSU.
  • Submit an application: it's free to submit our easy application, and there's no obligation. You can do it now or later and it helps to get the process started.

2. Discuss your opportunities

During your phone and personal meeting with us, here are the topics we'll be looking at together:

  • Transfer Credit Evaluation: we'll compare the content of your completed courses with those offered at YSU. Our objective is to award you the maximum amount of credits for the work you've done and fill in any gaps in education that need to be addressed through additional coursework at YSU. Here are some guidelines of what to expect during your transfer credit evaluation.
  • Clinical Training Evaluation: Given the importance of clinical training in TCM education, any previous clinical experience is closely examined.
  • Plan of Study: The Dean will outline a personalized plan of study that takes into account the transferred credits, ensuring that you can complete your degree efficiently while fulfilling all academic and clinical requirements. If gaps in knowledge or clinical experience are identified, we may recommend specific courses or workshops that you should take. This ensures that all graduates meet YSU's high standards for TCM practitioners.

3. Next Steps

  • Formalizing the Transfer: Once the evaluation is complete and you agree to the proposed plan of study, the next steps involve formalizing the transfer. This includes completing our free application, submitting two letters of recommendation, official transcripts and registering for courses.
  • Orientation and Integration: we'll also discuss orientation sessions and mentorship opportunities to help you integrate into the YSU community and start their journey on the right foot.

With your academic plan set, you'll be ready to join the YSU community. Our supportive environment and commitment to the Taoist lineage of healing will enhance your journey in Traditional Chinese Medicine. You'll have access to our renowned faculty, comprehensive resources, and the unique opportunity to blend ancient techniques with modern integrative medicine practices.

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Step 4. Submit our easy application 

it's free to submit our easy application, and there's no obligation. You can do it now or later and it helps to get the process started.

After you submit the application, we will ask for your unofficial transcript(s) at your first meeting with our admissions advisor. This helps us get the transfer credit evaluation process started. If you don't already have a copy of your current school transcript, you can download it at your school website.

Your official transcript will be due before the term begins and you can ask for it to be emailed to admissions@yosan.edu via your school or parchment.com.


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Transfer Student Admissions to Yo San University

Yo San University welcomes transfer students from other institutions of Chinese medicine who are looking to continue and complete their education with us. A transfer student is defined as someone who has previously been enrolled in another Chinese medicine program and is now seeking to join Yo San University for various reasons. It's important to note that transfer students must complete at least 50% of their degree program at Yo San University. If you have only one year left before graduation at your current institution, we advise you to complete your degree there, unless circumstances make this impossible.

For a preliminary evaluation of your transfer credits, please reach out to our admissions office.

Application Requirements for Transfer Students:

Transfer students are required to undergo the same application process as new students but must also provide syllabi for each course you wish to transfer. Upon acceptance, you will receive information about your program placement and a detailed evaluation of the transfer credits granted.

Transferring TCM Courses:

Credits for TCM courses may be transferred if they were completed at a nationally accredited TCM institution approved by the California Acupuncture Board, provided they match the content and duration of courses in Yo San University's Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DAcHM) or Master of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (MAcHM) programs and were passed with a grade of C or higher.

For courses from graduate-level programs in Chinese medicine, up to 25% of clinical training and 50% of academic courses might be transferable to our DAcHM or MAcHM programs.

TCM courses from institutions not recognized by the California Acupuncture Board may be accepted, subject to the Board's 50% limitation. Courses from tutorial or apprenticeship programs, as well as credits for work or life experience, are not eligible for transfer.

Transferring Western Medicine Courses:

Medical professionals may be able to transfer some or all of their Western medicine coursework, including natural science prerequisites, from regionally accredited, degree-granting colleges and universities or accredited TCM schools, pending a review of their credentials.

Credit through Challenge Examination:

Under certain conditions, students may petition to earn credit for a course through a challenge examination, except for courses within the Clinical Training Department. This option is available if the course was passed at another institution, but the content did not meet the full transfer requirements.

Qualified students will receive the syllabus to prepare for the challenge exam, which must be passed with a score of 70% or higher before the start of the term when the course is required.

Who can I talk to for more information about transferring to YSU?
For more information about transferring to YSU and to discuss your specific situation, please contact our admissions office. Our team is ready to assist you with any questions you have about the transfer process, program requirements, and how YSU can support your career goals in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Apply for your transfer now to Yo San University.

 

Acupuncture School Transfer Student Questions and Answers

What are the main concerns when transferring from another graduate college to YSU?
Students often have concerns about the transferability of credits, the alignment of previous coursework with YSU’s curriculum, differences in tuition and financial aid opportunities, adaptation to a new academic environment, meeting the prerequisites for specialized courses, and the potential impact on their graduation timeline.

How does YSU evaluate transfer credits from other institutions?
At YSU, we conduct a thorough review of your previous coursework to determine the compatibility and equivalence with our accredited degree programs in Traditional Chinese Medicine. We consider the accreditation status of the institution, the relevance of the courses to our curriculum, and the grades earned. This ensures that your education aligns with the standards required by NCCAOM and the California Acupuncture Board for licensure.

Can I expect my tuition costs and financial aid to change when I transfer to YSU?
Tuition costs at YSU are competitive, and we offer a range of scholarships and financial aid options to support our students. Transferring students may see a change in their tuition and financial aid packages, and we encourage you to consult with our financial aid office to understand your options and any adjustments that may apply.

How does YSU support the transition for students transferring from other institutions?
YSU is committed to making your transition as smooth as possible. We offer orientation programs, academic advising, and student support services to help you acclimate to our unique blend of ancient healing techniques and modern integrative medicine education. Our community is welcoming, and we value the diverse perspectives that transferring students bring to our campus.

What prerequisites must be met for specialized courses at YSU?
Some of our advanced courses in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine require prerequisites to ensure that all students have the foundational knowledge necessary for success. These prerequisites are outlined in our course catalog, and our academic advisors can help you plan your course of study to meet any necessary requirements.

How might transferring to YSU affect my expected graduation date?
The impact on your graduation timeline depends on the transferability of your previous credits and how closely your completed coursework aligns with our curriculum. Our academic advisors work closely with transferring students to develop a personalized academic plan that minimizes any delays and keeps you on track towards your degree and licensure goals.

Who can I talk to for more information about transferring to YSU?
For more information about transferring to YSU and to discuss your specific situation, please contact our admissions office. Our team is ready to assist you with any questions you have about the transfer process, program requirements, and how YSU can support your career goals in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Apply for your transfer now to Yo San University.

8 things you should consider as a TCM school transfer student

In the context of graduate programs, such as those offered by Yo San University in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), students should be particularly attentive to aspects that affect both their academic progression and future career prospects. Here are some primary concerns:

  1. Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning: Students are often concerned about the transferability of credits from one institution to another. They want to ensure that the courses they have already completed will be recognized by the new institution, minimizing the need to retake courses and extend their study time unnecessarily.
  2. Curriculum Compatibility: For a specialized degree like acupuncture, it's crucial that the curriculum at the new institution aligns with your academic and professional objectives. Look for similarities in course content, teaching methods, and how well the program prepares you for licensure exams such as those conducted by the NCCAOM and California Acupuncture Board.
  3. Licensure and Certification: Students pursuing degrees in fields that require licensure, such as acupuncture and herbal medicine, should be particularly concerned about how well the new program will prepare them for the necessary licensing examinations. The accreditation of the program by relevant bodies (e.g., NCCAOM, California Acupuncture Board) is crucial to ensure eligibility for these exams.
  4. Financial Implications: The cost of transferring schools, potential loss of scholarships or financial aid, and the overall financial burden of extending their education are significant concerns. Students will need to evaluate the financial impact of transferring, including tuition fees, living expenses, and any lost income if the program extension necessitates a longer period away from the workforce.
  5. Cultural and Philosophical Alignment: For programs deeply rooted in cultural and philosophical traditions, like those based on TCM and Taoist principles, students are often concerned about the cultural and philosophical alignment between themselves and the new institution. You should seek environments where they can thrive academically and spiritually.
  6. Clinical Training and Practice Opportunities: Access to quality clinical training and practice opportunities is a major concern for students in hands-on healthcare fields like TCM. You should look into the availability and quality of clinical internships, the diversity of patient cases they will encounter, and how well these opportunities prepare you for real-world practice.
  7. Reputation and Networking Opportunities: The reputation of the institution and its faculty, along with networking opportunities within the field, can significantly impact your future career prospects. Consider how transferring will affect your ability to connect with peers, professionals, and potential employers in their field.
  8. Support Services: Transition support services, including academic advising, career counseling, and mental health services, are important for students undergoing the potentially stressful process of transferring. You should gather information on how the new institution supports transfer students in integrating into the academic and social fabric of the school.

Look for a school that provides detailed, transparent information about credit transfer policies, curriculum specifics, licensure preparation, financial aid opportunities, and support services available to transfer students.

 

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