The requirements for transfer admission vary depending upon the number of credit hours completed by the applicant. Those who have completed fewer than 25 transferable credit hours of college-level work at the time of transfer can be considered for admission if they possess at least a 2.50 cumulative grade point average for all college-level work completed and are in good academic standing. In addition, a transfer applicant with fewer than 25 transferable credit hours must possess at least a 2.0 predicted collegiate average and meet the predictive average requirement and SAT or ACT requirement for freshman students.
Applicants who have completed 25 or more transferable college-level credit hours at the time of transfer can be considered for admission if they possess a 2.00 cumulative collegiate grade point average and are in good academic standing. Applicants who have attended multiple institutions will have their records evaluated on an individual basis.
Admissions priority will be granted to graduates of Maryland community and junior colleges and to those community college students who have earned at least 56 transferable credits but have not earned an Associate of Arts degree. Maryland resident transfer students who have attended two or more institutions may be considered for transfer admission based on all course work completed, as long they possess combined GPA's which correspond to the transfer requirements listed above and are in good academic standing.
Any transfer applicant who has attended Coppin's Continuing Studies Program as a non-degree student must possess at least a 2.00 grade point average for all course work attempted through that College, even if the applicant is admissible based on course work subsequently completed at other institutions. Students who apply for transfer admission based on their non-degree attendance through Coppin's Continuing Studies must also possess the appropriate grade point average relative to the number of credit hours completed.