Are you a transfer student looking for instant admission to Madonna University? Drop in to our Transfer Tuesday event, hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions! While it is not mandatory, please consider submitting an RSVP so that we may best prepare for your visit.
When: We look forward to meeting you at Transfer Tuesday once we are able to return to campus. In the meantime, please contact Cierra Sutherland at email@example.com.
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*Admissions decisions are contingent on later receiving a student’s completed online application and copies of official transcripts from all previously attended institutions.
We make transferring to Madonna University easy through personal attention so you can earn a quality, holistic education integrated with career preparation.
We are still accepting applications for Winter 2020 semester, which starts January 6. Get a jump start on finishing your education.
Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)
Madonna University participates in the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) to facilitate transfer from Michigan community colleges.
A minimum of 30 credits must be taken at the community college to satisfy MTA, including:
With completion of MTA, Madonna University recognizes the Core Courses component of graduation requirements has been completed. The student’s official transcript from the two-year institution must indicate that the MTA has been satisfied.
Credit for Military Experience
Madonna University highly ecourages veterans to request to have their Joint Services Transcript submitted during the admission process to maximize the use of their military training and experience. We will accept up to 60 credits of military credit towards a bachelor's degree. To request your official JST transcript to be send to Madonna please visit: https://jst.doded.mil/official.html
If you are planning to transfer to Madonna University, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 734-432-5339.
We will connect you to a specific Transfer Admissions Officer who can help you with the transfer process, answer questions, and discuss specific program transfer guides and articulation agreements. For more information regarding specific agreements and transfer guides with our Community College partners or to see how specific classes may transfer from both two and four year institutions, click the appropriate buttons below.