Transfer Students Confirmation and Next Steps
We are excited to welcome you to the Lindner College of Business!
Your next step to enrollment is to complete the required Lindner Online Orientation. In approximately 1-2 weeks you will receive an email from our Lindner advising staff with next steps in registering for orientation. This orientation is your pathway to advising and course registration and you must complete your orientation to register for your classes.
Lindner Online Orientation
In order to accommodate transfer students who may not be prepared to attend an in-person or synchronous orientation session, everyone will be enrolled in an asynchronous online orientation through Canvas.
During the orientation, you will learn:
- Lindner policies and processes
- Curriculum overview and how to interpret a degree audit
- Lindner's commitment to inclusive excellence
- Lindner-specific resources - Lindner Career Services and the International Programs Office
- Other topics
During the last module of the online orientation, you will fill out the Transfer Completion Form. A Lindner academic advisor will then reach out to you via your UC email address with course suggestions for the upcoming semester(s), instructions for how to register for courses, and lift your advising hold. You are welcome, but not required, to schedule a follow-up advising appointment after completing the online orientation.
As a reminder, please complete and submit the following items:
- Submit All College Transcripts (including work earned as College Credit Plus or Dual Enrollment). We will only allow one term (fall or spring) of in-progress course work. If you are applying more than a term in advance, please submit your current course work grades as soon as they are available.
- Submit Final High School Transcripts (if you have less than 24 hours of completed credit on your college transcript).
- Submit any Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) test scores that may result in university credit.
- Please also complete the Math Placement Test (MPT). If you have not yet taken a math course at a college or university, you must take the MPT so that you can be placed in the correct math course.
- Consider participating in the programming offered by UC’s Transfer and Transition Advising Office. This is information that will help you learn about UC; watch for emails from their office.