Transfer Credit Review at Barry University
Considering transferring to Barry University but would like to know what will transfer from your current or former institution and how your coursework would apply to a specific major at Barry? Do you need assistance figuring out your degree audit or Transfer Equivalency Report?
Sign up for an in-person or over-the-phone appointment! Please choose from the days below.
- You will speak with dedicated Transcript Evaluators for an informal Transfer Credit session who will provide you with an unofficial evaluation of your unofficial transcript(s); or provide you with an explanation of your transfer equivalency report, degree audit, and transfer credit policies.
- If you choose to come in person, you can meet with an admissions counselor to find out what the admission requirements are for your intended major or take a tour of our beautiful campus with one of our student ambassadors while your credentials are being reviewed.
- Meet with a financial aid counselor once you have your transfer equivalency report, to find out what financial aid may be available to you.
We are here to answer all of your transfer credit questions. Even if you have not yet submitted an application for admission.
Appointments Available Every 30 Minutes, From 10:00 Am - Noon And From 2:00 Pm - 4:00 Pm
Not Available for Transfer Days? No Worries!
Contact Xiomara Hechavarria at 305.899.3883 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a phone or in-person transcript evaluation at your convenience. We can’t wait to help you find out how your hard work will transfer to Barry University
Are you a Graduate student?
Please contact Danielle Pineda at 305.981.5156 or email@example.com
Useful ResourcesArticulation Agreement
Document that contains the specific transfer policies for all specific academic programs in Barry University
Transferology – See how many of your credits may be awarded when you Transfer to Barry University.
Equivalency charts for credit-granting exams
- Transfer Credit Policies
- Advanced Placement (AP)
- College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
- International Baccalaureate Diplomas (IB)
- General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (GCE A Level)
- Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE)
NOTE: If you have at least 12 college level credits from a regionally accredited college or university, you would be considered a transfer applicant (High school students with advanced placement and college credits should apply as first-year applicants.)