Transfer Policy

Students Transferring to Central Methodist University

The University subscribes to the guidelines of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education of the State of Missouri. The University welcomes students with course work or associate's degrees from other accredited colleges, and pledges to seek harmonious solutions to any problems that transfer students may encounter.

Transfer credit from an accredited institution may be used to satisfy any course requirements where the courses or course categories are generally equivalent to CMU requirements. Credit from non-regionally accredited institutions will be considered on a case by case basis. Courses that meet graduation requirements from the transferring accredited institution not counting toward specific major or general education requirements at CMU will be accepted as general elective courses.

The University computes cumulative grade point averages on the basis of all hours attempted at all colleges attended. Courses that cannot transfer are not used in GPA calculations. Central Methodist University does not accept courses in which failing grades were received in transfer.