Applying as a Transfer

Morgan State University welcomes students who would like to transfer from a regionally accredited community college or four-year college or university. Please read all of the information listed below before completing your transfer application.

To apply, please submit: 

  • Online application
    • Official college transcript from each college attended. Your application can not be reviewed until all transcripts have been received.
      • How to submit
          • Electronically directly from the college or via Parchment, eScript-Safe, National Student Clearing House, Strighterline, or ScribOrder
            • All electronic third party transcript services may send transcript notifications to  apply@morgan.edu. Transcripts sent to another email address will not be considered
      • Official transcripts will not be accepted via email or fax.
    • Official high school transcript with a graduation date (If you have earned less than 24 college credits)
      • How to submit
        • By mail directly from your high school
          • Accepted digital formats: Naviance, Parchment
        • On-site admission events
        • Drop off at the Admissions office in a sealed envelope
      • Official transcripts will not be accepted via email or fax.
  • Official SAT or ACT scores (If you have earned less than 12 college credits)
    • How to submit
      • SAT scores must be sent directly from College Board - College Board code is 5416
      • ACT scores must be sent directly from ACT.org - ACT code is 1722
      • On-site admission events
      • Scores may be accepted if included on an official high school transcript
      • Official test scores will not be accepted via email or fa
  • To receive an unofficial indication of how courses from other colleges will be accepted for transfer credit at Morgan State University, please visit our Transfer Evaluation System (TES).

Notes:

  • If you completed all of your college courses while enrolled in high school you should apply as a freshman with college credits.
  • To be eligible for admission you must be in good standing at the last institution you have attended.
  • If admitted to Morgan as a degree seeking student you must earn the last 30 credit hours toward your desired degree at Morgan State.
  • Developmental and/or remedial classes are not transferable.