The LSA Transfer Team is here to help with your transfer plans. There are a variety of ways that you can connect with us to ask your questions about transfer credit, choosing the best courses, how courses at your current college will fulfill LSA degree requirements and anything else that you are wondering about. Start by attending a Virtual Transfer Information Session.
For Michigan community college students, our Transfer Bridges program offers information and support specifically from your school.
Virtual Information Sessions
These virtual information sessions include information on the LSA degree requirements, the admissions process, the power of the liberal arts, and the opportunity to have your questions answered by the LSA Transfer Team that including our Transfer Student Ambassadors.
If you have quick questions feel free to email us at LSATransferTeam@umich.edu but please read through the Transfer Credit, Apply and FAQ pages to see if your general questions are answered. Then if you have questions about your specific situation we are happy to answer them.
Individual Advising Sessions
After you attend a virtual information session you will have the opportunity to schedule an individual advising session with a member of the Transfer Team to learn more about your specific situation. If you are a student at a Michigan community college you can schedule an appointment at any time from the Transfer Bridges page.
Virtual Student Panels with the LSA Transfer Student Ambassadors
Are you wondering what the real transfer student experience at U-M is like? Looking for advice on the best way to prepare for the academic rigor at U-M? Wondering what the most difficult part of transferring to LSA is? Wondering about the best places to eat, drink, exercise, and relax in Ann Arbor? Join the LSA Transfer Student Ambassadors for informal conversations to learn from their experiences, get your questions answered, and pick up some great advice.
The Ambassadors offer these at certain times of the year. For the schedule and log-in information see the Transfer Ambassador page.
Transfer Events at Community Colleges
Representatives from Undergraduate Admissions and LSA will be on hand at most of the transfer fairs at Michigan community colleges and some out-of-state fairs.
Members of the LSA Transfer Team will also be visiting each Michigan community college multiple times each semester in addition to the organized transfer fairs. For our visit schedule go to the Transfer Bridges page. Stop by to chat about your plans and learn more about Transfer Bridges.
LSA Campus Tours for Transfer Students
Tired of campus tours designed for high school students? Join the LSA Transfer Student Ambassadors for a central campus tour and to learn all about the transfer student experience. As transfer students, the Ambassadors understand the questions you have and design a tour with the needs of transfer students in mind.
After the tour, staff members from the LSA Transfer Center will be available to answer your questions about transfer credit, financial aid, and applying.
In-person Individual Advising
If you will be on campus and want to meet with us, email LSATransferTeam@umich.edu to let us know when you will be here and we will schedule a meeting if we are available.
Connect with a Transfer Student Ambassador in the Transfer Student Center
Ambassadors are available at the Transfer Student Center from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday-Friday. You can connect with them by calling the center or if you are on campus, stop by to chat with them and get a tour of campus.
Check out the LSA YouTube Channel
Our series LSA All-Stars, Living the Liberal Arts, LSA in the World highlight students and alumni who built upon their liberal arts education to make a difference in careers spanning everything from activism to product design. Check out Alumni News to read how LSA alumni are applying their LSA degrees in a variety of fields.
Check out the Office of Undergraduate Admissions virtual resources page for a virtual tour of campus, view an information session, and access the UMICH 101 series of videos.
The University of Michigan Admissions has additional advice on what they look for when evaluating transfer students’ transcripts and answers many broad questions about the campus and Ann Arbor, but remember that you apply specifically to the College of LSA. Our Apply page has detailed instructions and links to the application. If you would like to connect with a transfer counselor in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions email email@example.com.
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