Transfer Credit Evaluation
All college-level credits earned at regionally accredited colleges or universities will be considered for transfer. Enrollment Services-Admissions determines whether or not courses are college level, the appropriate grading and credit conversion, and the applicability of transfer credit toward UM's general education requirements. Courses which do not have an equivalent at UM will be accepted as elective credit. Credits from remedial or technical courses or from non-accredited schools are not accepted for transfer.
Per BOR 301.5, students have the right to appeal their official evaluation by contacting the Admissions Office. If a student exercises the appeal rights set out in this policy, the review and a final decision must be completed by the class pre-registration date for the following academic term. The student must initiate the appeal process, in a timely manner, in order to give the institution time to complete its review before the deadline described in the preceding sentence.
An evaluation will not be done for students who have previously earned a U.S. baccalaureate degree. General Education requirements are considered complete for these students.
A student’s class standing is determined by the total number of transfer credits awarded by the UM, not by years of college study or by the completion of an associate degree.
|Class Awarded||Credits Needed|
|Senior||90+ semester credits|
Satisfying UM graduation requirements depends not only on the number of credits completed, a minimum of 120 for most
Our Transfer Equivalency Self-Service tool allows you to see how courses transfer to the University of Montana.
Note: The contents of this tool are subject to change and course equivalencies are contingent upon the academic program and the general education requirements of the University of Montana. If a course or institution is not listed, it does not necessarily mean the course will not transfer, rather the information is not yet in our database.