Admission for Transfer Students

Begin your "Transfermation"

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Submit official college transcripts from all institutions attended

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Once admitted, meet with your academic advisor

Why transfer to Coppin State University?

Most AffordableMost Affordable
Despite national inflation and rising college costs, tuition at Coppin remains the lowest of any public four-year institution in Maryland.

 

Accessible CampusAccessible Campus
Nestled in the heart of West Baltimore, Coppin is close enough to Maryland's surrounding counties, and is easily reachable by subway, light rail and a dozen bus routes.

Education & Career AdvancementEducation & Career Advancement
Many of the country's best teachers, nurses, social workers, entrepreneurs, law officers, critical thinkers, innovators and artists began their careers at Coppin.

 

Supportive EnvironmentSupportive Environment
Coppin Students are traditional, international, transfers, parents and adult learners. Our campus has a support system and resources to help everyone reach their goal.


Let's talk numbers.

2.0Minimum cumulative GPA needed to be accepted into Coppin State University.

25Minimum number of credits needed to transfer without having to supply high school transcript and SAT/ACT scores.

70Maximum number of credits allowed to be transferred to Coppin when transfering from a four year college/university or a combination of community college and college/university.

90Maximum number of credits allowed to be transferred to Coppin when transferring from a community college.