Dillard University evaluates the transcripts of transfer applicants (students who have been enrolled at another college or university on a part-time or full-time basis, not including concurrently enrolled high school students) in accordance with its own courses of study and requirements for graduation. Applicants should note that the university accepts no more that sixty (60) semester hours of transfer credit. Students must complete at least three-fourths of the courses required in their fields of concentration at Dillard.
Applicants desiring to transfer to Dillard University with advanced standing must submit the following credentials to the Office of Admissions:
1. Secondary school record or General Education Diploma (GED) score
2. Official transcript from all institutions of collegiate rank that the student has attended
3. Personal/Academic recommendations
Applicants may be required to submit results of either ACT or SAT.
Transfer applicants must be in good academic standing at their previous institution. Students who are under suspension from another institution are ineligible for admission to Dillard University.
Contact the Dillard University Transfer Coordinator at (504) 816-4670 or
to facilitate a preliminary review of your transcript.