Enrolled Transfer Students
It is important to
review your Transfer Courses in GullNet to
make sure that all your courses have transferred
appropriately. If you have a question about a specific
transfer course that:
transfer at all - You should contact the
Office of Admissions to inquire about the
course. You should also contact your previous
institution and request that an updated copy of your
transcript be sent to Salisbury University.
transfer as a specific course needed to met a certain
requirement - In this case, you should contact
the Office of Admissions to request that
the course is re-evaluated. Be prepared to provide
syllabi or other course information to make this
Scholarships for Transfer Students
Keys to success:
Check your previous institution’s
credits to make sure that all the courses you expected
to transfer, did transfer. If you
have questions, see the
transfer counselor in the admission’s office or your
major school’s academic advising coordinator for
Choose a major that reflects
your career goals and personal abilities.
Be familiar with the Salisbury
University graduation requirements and your major’s
graduation requirements. Construct an academic
long-range plan that enables you to graduate in a timely
manner (your faculty advisor is an excellent resource to
Contact your advisor
and introduce yourself.
Become active in scholarly and/or
extracurricular activities on campus.
Be familiar with the program
planning process and get to know your faculty advisor.
Attend all classes and
Make sure to continually assess your
academic progress. If problems arise, see your
faculty advisor to discuss the right approach for working
through them. Know the last date to withdraw from classes.
Meet with your faculty advisor
during the program planning period. Determine your
registration date and register for the next semester as
soon as your scheduled time comes up.
Become familiar with the Gull Net
Academic Requirements Report. This is the report that
tracks your graduation and major requirements. There should
be “no surprises”.
Know the campus resources
available to you.