Yes. All college-level credit earned with a grade of C- or higher at a regionally accredited institution is accepted as transfer credit at Ohio University. Transfer courses from Ohio public colleges in which you earn a D-/D/D+ will also be accepted. To transfer credit, you must send an official transcript directly from the original institution to Ohio University Office of Undergraduate Admissions, 120 Chubb Hall. Only the credits transfer, however, not the grades. All grades for transfer credit are converted on your academic record to a T grade symbol. For this reason, you cannot take a course at another institution to raise your grade-point average. If you take a course at an institution that is on semesters, the semester credits will be converted to quarter credits by multiplying them by 1.5.
The college in which you are enrolled is responsible for determining how your transfer work fulfills graduation requirements. If you would like to take a course at another institution and transfer it to Ohio University, you should contact your college office before taking the course to ensure that the course(s) you plan to take will fulfill your graduation requirements. In many cases, your college office will require you to complete a Transient Course Approval Request form prior to taking classes at another institution. Contact your college office for details.
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University College (UNC)
Chubb Hall 140, 593-1935.
Arts & Sciences (A&S)
Office of Student Affairs, Wilson Hall 104, 593-2845.
Office of Student Affairs, Copeland Hall 214A, 593-2000.
497 RTVC Building, 593-4880.
McCracken Hall, reception desk, lobby, 593-4420.
Engineering & Technology (ENT)
Stocker Engineering and Technology Center 157, 593-1474.
Fine Arts (FAR)
Jennings House, 593-1812.
Health & Human Services (HHS)
Grover Center W362, 593-9334.
Honors Tutorial (HTC)
35 Park Place, 593-2496.
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