College students considering a transfer to Cal U will get one-stop assistance when they visit on June 7, a “Destination Day” at Cal U.
The Destination Days program streamlines the transfer process and welcomes new students to the Cal U community. All services are free, and the university will waive the $25 application fee for students who apply on June 7.
Students considering a transfer may visit Dixon Hall, Room 312, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Evening hours are available by appointment only; phone appointments also are available.
Students can register online at calu.edu/transfer or just walk in to receive these services:
- Free transcript evaluation: Bring your unofficial transcript(s) for possible provisional acceptance or bring official transcript(s) in a sealed envelope for an official acceptance.
- Application fee waiver: Complete Cal U’s admission application on June 7 and the University will waive the application fee.
- Information and support: Talk with staff from Cal U’s Financial Aid Office, meet with housing or commuter services staff, or tour the campus. Cal U’s helpful, caring staff will be on hand to answer your questions.
- Orientation scheduling: Once you’re accepted, schedule a date for your New Student Orientation, so you can begin planning your future at Cal U.
Each year, about one-third of Cal U’s new student class consists of transfer students. Whether students are looking to change majors or find a university that’s a better fit for their aspirations or budget, Cal U is committed to helping them make the most of their previous experience.
For more information about Destination Day and transferring to Cal U, contact the Articulation and Transfer Office at 724-938-5939.