For Transfer Students: How to Apply with Scoir as a Transfer Student

Customer Support Team Updated by Customer Support Team

To qualify as a transfer student, each college has it's own set of rules that apply. These rules include how many college credits were taken prior to applying, as well as high school graduating class year. Both of these responses in the Application Profile dictate qualification as a transfer student or as a first-year incoming student.

Each college has their own parameters for determining transfer student eligibility. This will vary college to college in Scoir, and is set by their college admissions teams directly. You will not be able to apply to all colleges on Scoir as a transfer student.

Please follow the directions below to fill out your Application Profile (specifically step #3: Education.)

Please follow the appropriate button below based on whether or not your high school used Scoir assist with college applications. This will open in a new tab to give you step by step directions on filling out your Scoir application.

Once you complete the High School Information and College Coursework Information in the Application Profile, you will know if you are transfer eligible at that college.

You can view your eligibility this by going to the Overview portion of the Application Profile up top, and then click on the college tile. There, you will see if you are eligible to apply as a transfer student and be able to select that option:

From here, you can finish completing your application profile and submit to the college by following the above linked directions (depending on whether or not your high school used Scoir.)

Please note: You will NOT be taken to the supplemental portion of the application until you finish and submit your Scoir application profile in full. You cannot make changes to the Scoir application profile once it is sent to the college, so please be sure to review your profile before submission. The supplemental portion is separate from Scoir and completed on the college's website directly.

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