Transfer Students

College of Education and Human Development

Students wishing to transfer from another college at BGSU or from the Office of Pre-major Advising on main campus to the College of Education and Human Development must have an overall GPA of 2.0. After visiting with an advisor in the College of Education and Human Development, students complete a college transfer form to declare the new major.

Students wishing to transition to main campus from the Firelands campus must have an overall GPA of 2.0. Advisors from the main campus visit the Firelands campus during the fall and spring semesters to advise students on the transition process. Firelands students are always welcome to contact the Student and Academic Services Office (419-372-7372) to discuss the transfer process.

Students with satisfactory records from other colleges and universities may enroll in the College of Education and Human Development after review of official transcripts and admission to BGSU. Grades are not transferred to BGSU from other institutions. (See also Admissions and Transfer Policies: Transfer students.) However, some programs in the College of Education and Human Development include grades earned at your previous institutions when determining eligibility for program admission and/or enrollment in internships, co-ops, or methods blocks. Once you have been admitted to the College of Education and Human Development, consult your program advisor for more information on this policy.