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College of Education and Human Development
104 Burton Hall
178 Pillsbury Dr. S.E
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Voice:  612-626-9252

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Transfer Admissions

Whether you are transferring from another University of Minnesota college or from an outside school, you have a home here at CEHD.

You are a transfer student if you have previously enrolled in any course for college credit after graduating from high school. If you are a high school student and are enrolled in PSEO, College in the Schools, or have earned AP credit, you should apply for freshman admission.

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Application Deadlines

Fall semester: March 1

Spring semester: October 1

Applications must be submitted by these deadlines to be given full consideration for admission. If you would like information about accommodations for a disability in the admission process, please contact CEHD Student Services, cehdinfo@umn.edu or 612-625-3339.

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For more information, sign up for an information session where you'll learn more about our majors, understand the application process, and have your questions answered.

Prospective students are also encouraged to visit campus to learn more about the University and the College of Education and Human Development. To arrange a campus tour, go to our campus visit page.

Contact

Owen Marciano. Prospective Transfer Student Adviser & Transfer Admissions Coordinator
CEHD Student Services
360 Education Sciences Building
612-625-3339
marci020@umn.edu

 

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