Pre-Transfer Advising Office of Undergraduate Studies PRE-ADVISING WORKSHEET Review the following prior to completing the Pre-Advising Worksheet: Visit www.transferadvising.umd.edu to schedule an appointment or view the walk-in advising schedule. Pre-Transfer Advising services are for students who have not applied to nor previously attended the University of Maryland. Admitted students must attend an orientation session to receive advising assistance; see http://www.admissions.umd.edu/admissions/admitted.asp. Students who have previously attended the university must apply for readmission; see http://studentsuccess.umd.edu/ Submit this worksheet to [email protected] at least TWO BUSINESS DAYS prior to your advising session to receive feedback about your transfer courses. Name: Email Address: Appointment Type: Scheduled, Walk In, or Email Appointment Date and Time: Advisor: Leah, Megan, or Walk In Have you been admitted to UMD for the upcoming semester? Semester Planning to Attend UMD: Preferred Major(s): STEP ONE: Transfer Course Information PART A: List the original course information from all institutions attended and any courses in progress. PART B: Use the Transfer Equivalency Database to identify the UMD Course Equivalents and CORE/General Education requirements (www.tce.umd.edu). Completion of both PART A and PART B are required to receive feedback. PART A (Source: College Transcripts) School Semester Course ID (e.g. Montgomery College) ( e.g. Fall 2011) (e.g. PS102) Credits Earned Grade Earned (e.g. 3) (e.g. A-) PART B (Transfer Equivalency Database) UMD UMD CORE/General Equivalent Education (e.g. GVPT280) Requirement* (e.g. SB) *View www.gened.umd.edu for further information about General Education at UMD. PART A PART B (Source: College Transcripts) School Semester Course ID (e.g. Montgomery College) (e.g. Fall 2011) (e.g. PS102) Credits Earned Grade Earned (e.g. 3) (e.g. A-) (Transfer Equivalency Database) UMD UMD CORE/General Equivalent Education* (e.g.. GVPT280) Requirement (e.g. SB) *View www.gened.umd.edu for further information about General Education at UMD. STEP TWO: Official Scores (SAT/AP/IB/CLEP) PART A: Provide information about your scores including the specific exam taken. PART B: Identify the UMD equivalents to your scores (http://www.tce.umd.edu/apibclep.html). Reading/Verbal SAT score (check one): Math SAT score (check one): ( ) Below 670 ( ) Below 600 PART A (Source: Official Score Reports) ( ) At least 670 ( ) At least 600 PART B (Source: Transfer Equivalency Database) Test Type Subject Year Score (e.g. AP, IB, etc.) (e.g. English Language) (e.g. 2010) (e.g. 4) UMD Equivalent (e.g. ENGL101) UMD CORE/General Education Requirement (e.g. FE/AW) STEP THREE: Pre-Transfer Advising Questions and Next Steps Contact a counselor in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to discuss your questions and concerns about the admission process, deadlines, and chances of admission (www.admissions.umd.edu; 301-314-8385). Send your name, course ID, course title, school name and syllabus to [email protected] request that courses not listed in the Transfer Credit Services database be evaluated. Use the space below to list the questions and/or concerns you would like to discuss with a Pre-Transfer Advisor. STEP FOUR: Major Options The University of Maryland offers more than 100 academic majors. To learn more: Research major options using the following link: http://www.umd.edu/acad_dir.cfm o Some majors are Limited Enrollment Programs that have additional requirements beyond admission to the University of Maryland. Visit www.lep.umd.edu for more information. Download the academic plan for your preferred major (www.4yearplans.umd.edu). Visit the Academic Planning section of the Pre-Transfer Advising website (www.transferadvising.umd.edu) for additional academic tips.