Transfer Students

The decision to transfer to the University of Mississippi from a community college is an important one, and we want to help you along each step of the way. At UM-Grenada we provide you with the resources to succeed as a transfer student. On this website you will find relevant information on a number of topics to help make your transition to Ole Miss a seamless one.

The University of Mississippi is the state's largest university, and as a transfer student here you will soon understand the value of an Ole Miss degree. Our graduates are industry leaders both statewide and nationwide, and hold top positions at Fortune 500 companies, in the healthcare industry, the legal profession, and many other fields.

Stay connected with UM-Grenada through Facebook, Twitter, and email to ensure that you have all the information you need for an easy transition.

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Course Transferability

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The University of Mississippi has a student-friendly course transfer policy.

If you recently earned your associate's degree from a community college, you'll be glad to know that UM-Grenada partners with community colleges to ensure that your academic coursework plugs right into a UM bachelor's degree program. You're ready to take the next step!

If you have accumulated academic credit and would like to check out the transferability of a course online, visit our UM Transfer Course Equivalencies webpage. You can search by institution for a particular course to learn if it will transfer and how it is referenced at Ole Miss.
However, the best way to see where you stand is to visit us at the Holmes Community College campus in Grenada for a one-on-one consultation with one of our counselors. We'll answer your questions about course transferability, financial aid, admissions, and program requirements at UM-Grenada. We'll review your transcript, help clarify what credits may transfer, and guide you through the transfer process.

Call (662) 227-2348 or email us. We're here to help you.