Cross-Campus Transfer to the College of Engineering
A Cross-Campus transfer student is a student who was admitted as a first year student into another academic unit on the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus and wishes to pursue studies in the College of Engineering.
To be Considered for Admission
Cross-Campus applicants are required to complete the following courses with a C or better: Math 115, Math 116, Math 215 (if AP credit is given for Math 115 and/or Math 116), Physics 140/141L, Chemistry 130/125L/126L or Chemistry 210/211L, Engineering 101 or EECS 183, and a course that is approved to fulfill the First Year Writing Requirement (FYWR).
Cross-Campus applicants must also maintain a minimum of a 2.5 cumulative GPA and have completed fewer than 55 credits towards their degree (excluding AP/IB credit and prerequisite courses) to be considered. An Engineering GPA, calculated exclusively from the prerequisite courses, must also be above a 2.5 to be considered for admission. Students can not take prerequisite courses Pass/Fail. Prerequisite courses must have a letter grade. Students that receive an incomplete grade must petition the ADUE for approval. This requirement is effective as of Fall 2022.
Note: A Cross-Campus applicant that completes the required courses and is above a 2.5 is not guaranteed admission into the College of Engineering. Incoming students must remain in their home unit for a year before applying to transfer into the College of Engineering.
Students above 55 credits, excluding AP/IB credit and the prerequisite courses must go through the Scholastic Standing Committee and petition for an Exception to the College Rules.