What to Expect

We are excited you are considering McMurry as part of your University experience. We are committed to providing you with smooth transition into our McMurry community. Transferring can be an intimidating step, and we want to partner with you from the beginning.  From helping you understand which courses can transfer to putting you in touch with professors in your area of study, your advisor will be there to help you through your transition.

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Step 1:

Submit the free online application.

Step 2:

Submit transcripts for all institutions previously attended. If you have completed less than 24 transferrable credit hours, submit your high school transcript and you may submit your ACT/SAT scores (if applicable and under the age of 22) but the scores are not a requirement.

Send official transcripts to:

McMurry University Office of Admission
1 McMurry University #278
Abilene, TX 79697

McMurry accepts:

  • Up to 66 semester hours from a two-year college
  • Remedial coursework and grades of “D” or lower are not transferable but may be considered in the admissions decision
  • Technical and vocational courses are not transferable, with a few exceptions

Community Commitment

Service above self is the DNA of McMurry University. For those students and families who are dedicating their lives to serving others, we thank you. Our commitment to those who serve is simple, if you or an immediate family member is employed full-time in public service, non-profit, healthcare, education or public safety or military, we’ll cover at minimum half your tuition at McMurry. McMurry University is the place to train for a life of service.

Admission Counselor for Transfer Students

Have questions about the application and admission process as a Transfer Student? Contact your Admission Counselor, Melanie Long, for more information, help through your next steps, and more!

Melanie Long Assistant Director of Admission for Transfer and Online Recruitment

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We would love to hear from you and answer any additional questions you might have. Fill out the form and an Admissions Counselor will contact you.