Change of U-M School/College

A cross campus transfer applicant is any current or former U-M student (including U-M alumnus) who wishes to transfer from one school or college on the Ann Arbor campus to another. To apply, use our Cross Campus Transfer Application Form.

The Cross Campus Transfer Application Form must be filled out in one session only. You will not be able save a partially completed application. Please check the requirements below for the School or College you are applying to before starting the application. Please also have your essay(s) ready for uploading before beginning.

NOTE: The College of Engineering does not accept Cross Campus Transfer Application Forms until August 1. U-M students interested in transferring to the College of Engineering will not be able to apply until then. 

Cross Campus Transfer Form
Get started on the transfer process.

Applicants to LSA are required to first meet with an academic advisor in the Newnan Academic Advising Center, 1255 Angell Hall.

 

Please have the following required items ready before starting the application.

  • Essay: Describe the unique qualities that attract you to the specific undergraduate College or School to which you are applying. How would that curriculum support your interests? (500 words maximum)
  • Your resume

Please refer to the nursing website for admission requirements and deadlines as well as detailed information about the required prerequisite courses for your program of study. School of Nursing applicants must read the instructions regarding prerequisites required for admission and thoroughly complete the Nursing Supplemental Form.

IMPORTANT: Application review will be delayed for candidates who fail to submit a complete Nursing Supplemental form.

Please have the following required item(s) ready before starting the application.

Sophomore Transfer Program:

  • Essay 1: Everyone belongs to many different communities and/or groups defined by (among other things) shared geography, religion, ethnicity, income, cuisine, interest, race, ideology, or intellectual heritage. Choose one of the communities to which you belong, and describe that community and your place within it. (Approximately 250 words)
  • Essay 2: Describe the unique qualities that attract you to the specific undergraduate College or School to which you are applying. How would that curriculum support your interests? (500 words maximum)
  • Your resume

All applicants to the SMTD are required to submit a DecisionDesk profile in addition to a formal application. Please visit music.umich.edu/upload for more information and a link to get started.

All application materials are due by December 1. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

Please have the following required item ready before starting the application.

  • Essay: Describe the unique qualities that attract you to the specific undergraduate College or School to which you are applying. How would that curriculum support your interests? (500 words maximum)

Please have the following required item ready before starting the application.

  • Essay: Describe the unique qualities that attract you to the specific undergraduate College or School to which you are applying. How would that curriculum support your interests? (500 words maximum)

Please have the following required item ready before starting the application.

  • Essay: Describe the unique qualities that attract you to the specific undergraduate College or School to which you are applying. How would that curriculum support your interests? (500 words maximum)

Please have the following required items ready before starting the application.

  • Essay: Describe the unique qualities that attract you to the College of Pharmacy. How does this curriculum support your interests?
  • Personal Statement: A personal statement of your career goals and your reasons for selecting the Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutic Sciences degree program. Please mention courses, work experiences and other factors that have contributed to your decision to pursue this degree.

Do not fill out this form. Instead, contact the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at their website.

Please review the Cross-Campus Transfer page on the School of Information website. Please have the following required items ready before starting the application.

  • Essay 1: Tell us something about your interests, goals, or experiences that has made you interested in the BSI. Provide specific examples that highlight your best, most unique qualities (this could be a class experience, a hobby, an accomplishment or an issue of personal interest). (300-500 words)
  • Essay 2 (Choose ONE from the following):
    • Discuss in historical and contemporary context an issue at the intersection of information, technology and people that interests you. (300-500 words)
    • Discuss a recent world event in which digital technology has played a significant role. (300-500 words)
    • Given that we are continually adapting to new technologies and ways of sharing information, what do you think the field of information will look like in ten years? (300-500 words)
  • Your resume: Please review the sample resumes and format suggestions on the Cross-Campus Transfer page on the School of Information website. Please include any additional accomplishments (both high school and college) at the end of your resume.

Do not fill out this form. Instead, cross campus transfers to Art & Design are required to call the A&D Smucker-Wagstaff Academic Programs Center at 734.764.0397 for an appointment to speak with an advisor.

Do not fill out this form. Instead, cross campus transfers to the Stephen M. Ross School of Business use the form on their website.

Please review the Cross-Campus Transfer page on the School of Education website. Please have the following required items ready before starting the application.

For Applicants interested in Secondary Education, please respond to the following questions (500-1000 words):

  • Why did you select your major area of study (i.e., your proposed teaching major)?
  • What is particularly compelling to you in this subject?
  • What do you suppose might be especially valuable for students in grades 6-12 to understand from study of this subject? 

For Applicants interested in Elementary Education, please respond to the following prompt (500-1000 words):

Some School districts have a lot of students who perform poorly on assessments. What do you think causes low performance? What role might you have as a teacher in helping students improve performance? In this essay, identify two instructional practices that were used with you when you were in school--one that was effective and one that was ineffective. Explain why you think the one was effective and the other ineffective. 

  • Your resume