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spring 2014 TRANSFER TO-DO LIST

Attend Transfer Program Part I (Required)
Questions: Contact: Office of New Student Programs – 410-704-2309

Towson’s Transfer Program is designed to prepare you for life as a Towson Tiger. You are required to attend Part I on the date you previously selected. During the program, you will:

  • Meet faculty, department chairs, staff and fellow students
  • Learn about your major and academic requirements
  • Discuss your transfer evaluation
  • Receive advising and a group orientation for your major
  • Learn how to use Towson’s online system to register for classes
  • Build your schedule for the spring term
  • Receive your OneCard, your official TU identification
  • Get answers to last-minute questions

In the event of inclement weather, please refer to the Inclement Weather Policy.

Bring these items to your Transfer Program Part I date:

  • A copy of your Evaluation of Transfer Credit. You may view and print your evaluation from the Towson Online Services Student Center. Please bring your final grade report or any outstanding transcripts as well. Faculty advisers can assist you best if you can bring catalogs from the colleges you have previously attended. If you have any questions concerning transfer credit, please call Transfer Admissions, 410-704-3229.

  • Program Parking Permit will be emailed to you a few days prior to your scheduled program date.

  • An acceptable form of photographic identification to get your OneCard (Towson ID). You will need to bring one of the following:

    • U.S. state-issued driver’s license or identification card with a photograph
    • Official U.S. military identification card with a photograph
    • Official U.S. federal government ID card with a photograph
    • Valid passport
    • U.S. school ID or a high school yearbook with your photo and name and an original Social Security Card or official birth certificate (Please note, photocopies of documents will not be accepted.)

  • A copy of your immunization records. A complete, up-to-date immunization record must be on file with the Dowell Health Center prior to registering for classes on your Part I date. Information about this Immunization Record is available in the Before Classes Begin section of this To-Do List.


  • A pen or pencil

  • Your NetID

 


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