Transferring to ECU Made Easy!
We're happy that you've decided to continue your education at East Central University. We want this process to be as simple as possible.
To get started, you will need the following items:
- Official High School Transcript (If less than 24 hours college credit completed)
- College Transcript
- ACT/SAT Scores
- Immunization Records
- $20 Application Fee
Once you have these items, get started!
1. Apply to ECU
- The applicant must have completed 24 college credit hours with a retention GPA of 2.0 or higher to meet the Transfer admissions criteria.
- Transfer students with less than 24 college credit hours will be required to submit their high school transcript and ACT or SAT scores for consideration. These applicants will be assessed by the Freshman admission criteria.
2. See What Transfers
Curious if your credits transfer? Check out the ECU Transfer Matrix.
To help ease the transfer process, ECU has articulation agreements with Eastern Oklahoma State College, Murray State College, and Seminole State College.
3. Get Enrolled
Once you have been admitted to ECU, it is time to get enrolled and apply for house and scholarships. The ECU Academic Success Center can help with all of these things and more!
Students must meet the basic academic curricular requirements for admission to Baccalaureate Programs. In order to satisfy these requirements, the applicant must have completed and passed one college-level English course, one college-level Science course with lab, one college-level Math course, two college-level history or economics courses and one college-level United States Government course. If the applicant has not satisfied these requirements at the post-secondary level, the applicant's high school transcript may be used to ensure that all basic academic requirements have been met (see Freshman Admissions for eligibility). The student's ACT scores may also be used to remediate curricular deficiencies. Subscores of 19 or above demonstrate proficiency in that subject area. Students who do not satisfy the basic academic curricular requirements will be required to remediate curricular deficiencies and will be instructed on how to do so.