Entering transfer students must attend Transfer Orientation where you will receive information pertinent to your unique and collective needs, meet your major advisor, and register for classes. You may bring family members with you; however, we caution you that this is a day-long event which may be difficult for children and older guests. You may register HERE using your Morgan e-mail address. You may also contact the Transfer Center at 443-885-3711 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the session of your choice. Orientations for 2014 will be held in the University Student Center Theater as follows:
Fall 2014 semester:
- --> THIS SESSION IS CLOSED: Thursday, June 5, 2014 (Early Bird Transfer Orientation) is open to all transfer students who have completed the admissions process, have been admitted to the University, and who have tendered the confirmation fee ($150 deposit). Early Bird Transfer Orientation is highly recommended to ensure students are able to register for their first choice in class scheduling.
- --> THIS SESSION IS CLOSED: Thursday, July 10, 2014 (open to all transfer students who have completed the admissions process, have been admitted to the University, and who have tendered the confirmation fee ($150 deposit); or
- Tuesday, August 19, 2014 (open to all transfer students who have completed the admissions process, have been admitted to the University, and who have tendered the confirmation fee ($150 deposit)
Course registration is open to transfer students only on orientation days. Transfer orientation dates fill up rapidly. Do not wait until the last minute to register. Meeting with your advisor before selecting classes is mandatory. All transfer students entering the University with 23 or less transfer credits will be advised in the Transfer Center. Students bring 24 or more transfer credits will be advised in their major departments.
Be certain you have submitted the final transcript from your former school in order to avoid registering for courses you have already taken and satisfactorily completed. If you complete a course at Morgan for which you have already received a passing grade from a former school and you receive a lower grade at Morgan, the Morgan grade will prevail on your transcript. Also, failure to submit all transcripts from all institutions you have attended previously to the Office of Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment may be grounds for dismissal. Make certain your paperwork is complete!
Finally, be certain to also submit as quickly as possible for evaluation all alternative credits you have completed successfully; i.e., Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and CLEP examination credits.
About Transfer Orientation Day
TIME AND LOCATION
University Student Center Ballroom (Second floor), 9:00-11:00 am Welcome and Information Session; 11:00-Noon Confer with Transfer Coordinator; Noon-4:00 pm Meet with advisor, register for courses.
WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU
● a sealed copy of your final transcript (if not already submitted)
● any financial aid papers you have not submitted.
Arrive 15 to 30 minutes early. The program will begin at 9:00 a.m. sharp. Wear comfortable shoes. Plan to spend the day.
PARKING & DIRECTIONS
There is a walk-over bridge from the 3rd level of the garage that leads directly into the University Student Center. The cost of parking is 50-cents per hour.
Take Exit 30A, Perring Parkway South. The Parkway name changes to Hillen Road. Continue to Cold Spring Ln.Turn Left on Cold Spring Lane.Go about 0.3 miles on Cold Spring Ln. EastTurn Right to the first street (Stadium Drive).Go to the second Stop Sign. Garage is located on the right.
Take Cold Spring Lane (East) to the intersection of Cold Spring Lane and Hillen Road.Go about 0.3 miles on Cold Spring Ln. East.Turn Right to the first street (Stadium Drive).Go to the second Stop Sign. Garage is located on the right.
YOUR DEPARTMENTAL TRANSFER COORDINATORS
After receiving an evaluation of credits earned at your previous school(s), the Transfer Coordinator for your major will assist you with advising, course selection, and registration. Meeting with an advisor is mandatory.
School of Architecture & Planning: Mr. E. Richardson - 443-885-3225
School of Business & Management: Ms. M. Logan - 443-885-4041
School of Community Health and Policy: Nursing-Ms. S. Richburg 443-885-4288; Nutritional Science-Dr. I. Forrester 443-885-4043
School of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences: Mr. C. Lewis - 443-885-4673
School of Education and Urban Studies: Dr. A. Fitchue - 443-885-3385
School of Engineering: Mr. Clifton Kearney - 443-885-3912; Ms. G. Mack - 443-885-1207
School of Global Journalism and Communication: Ms. V. Valentine - 443-885-3505
The College of Liberal Arts (includes undecided majors): Dr. J. Crosby - 443-885-1807
School of Social Work: Ms. N. Johnson 443-885-4382
Site updated 07/16/2014