transfer gpa

<p>for most engineering it is 3.5 minimum to transfer. Do they actually enforce that? I am going to a really tough engineering school and getting 3.5 is really hard.</p>

<p>They only require 3.5 minimum for Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering. </p>

<p>" In order to be considered for admission, transfer students must take prerequisite courses at their home school, and have a minimum GPA. "</p>

<p>Michigan</a> Engineering | Admission Requirements</p>

<p>I would say yes, they do enforce that policy. I could be wrong though.</p>

<p>i'm a freshmen undergrad at a&m and i intend to transfer to michigan lsa. what gpa would i need?</p>

<p>That depends. Will you be applying for junior or sophomore standing? Michigan gives preference to those with junior standing, so I would imagine you would need a higher GPA for sophomore standing, along a strong high school record. </p>

<p>Office</a> of Undergraduate Admissions: Transfer Students - Requirements</p>

<p>There isn't a minimum GPA required for LSA, but I would still suggest a 3.5+ with a heavy course load. A rigorous curriculum is suggested as well. Take honors classes if you can. </p>

<p>Transfer admission is competitive, but I don't think its as competitive as freshman admissions. IMO, if you have a 3.5+ while taking difficult classes, you stand a good chance at admissions. I had a 3.78 at an out of state community college and was accepted. Keep your grades high, study hard, and get involved.</p>