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The University of Miami uses a holistic admission process in which all parts of a student's application are considered. Every application receives a full and comprehensive evaluation. We base our admission decision on the student's academic strength and how competitive that student is in the applicant pool. The average accepted transfer student has a 3.4 grade point average.
 
Transfer applicants are those students who are currently enrolled at another college/university, and students who would like to pursue a second bachelor's degree. If you have fewer than 30 college credits at the time you apply, you must submit official high school transcripts, the Common Application Secondary School Final Report and SAT/ACT scores in addition to your core application documents.
 
 
TRANSFER APPLICANTS must submit:
 
 1.The Common Application, including the essay
 2. UM Common Application Supplement
 3.Non-refundable $70 application fee (payable through your Common Application account)
 4.Common Application College Official's Report
 5.Official College/University transcripts. If you have attended more than one college/university, you must submit official transcripts from each college. We will not review transcripts/credits that are indicated as transfer credits to your current institution.

Students need to send their supporting documents electronically or by mail to:

The mailing address is:
University of Miami
Office of Admission
PO Box 249117
Coral Gables, FL 3124-9117

If being sent by FedEx, DHL, UPS or Courier:
University of Miami
Office of Admission
1252 Memorial Drive
Ashe Building, Room 132

 6.Common Application Instructor Evaluation Form - We only require one instructor/professor evaluation (letter of recommendation)
 7.Additional recommendations are welcomed, but not required. Please use the recommendation form provided through the Common Application.
 8.See the list below for any supplemental or additional documents that may apply to you.
    
  ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS/SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATIONS
 
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If you have fewer than 30 college credits, you must also submit (in addition to the above required documents):
  >Common Application Secondary School Final Report
   >Official high school transcripts
  >Official SAT/ACT test scores - Have your official scores sent directly from the College Board. We will also accept SAT and/or ACT scores as official if they are printed directly on your high school transcript. If they are printed on your transcript, you do not need to send the scores directly from the College Board. UM codes - SAT Code: 5815; ACT Code: 0760.