All campuses of Ohio University consider you to be a transfer applicant if you have completed more than 9 semester hours or 12 quarter hours at another regionally accredited institution after graduating from high school.
The OHIO Transfer Experience
Ohio University is the place that fits your educational needs, whether you are transferring to the Athens Campus for a classic residential college experience, or if you are completing your degree online or at a regional campus.
Transfer Ambassadors are current Ohio University transfer students who know firsthand what transferring to OHIO is all about and can answer your questions.
Life at OHIO
Focus on Academics
In our more than 250 academic programs, you can expect challenging coursework, exciting research and creative activity, and real-world experience to help realize your potential.
Living on Campus
At OHIO, your residence hall is a place to live, learn, and grow. We're committed to your health and safety, scholarship, student development, citizenship, and diversity -- right where you live.
From club sports to community service, you can choose your own way to get involved from more than 650 student organizations.
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FAFSA Opens October 1
October 1, 2020
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will open October 1, 2020, for students enrolling fall 2021 and beyond.
December 1, 2020
The application priority date to transfer for the spring 2021 term is December 1.