Undergraduate Transfer Students
The communication sciences and disorders department welcomes applications for admission from students who wish to transfer from other degree programs at UNH and from other institutions. An appropriate course for students interested in but not yet committed to the major, is Survey of Communication Disorders, which is offered fall and spring semesters and is open to nonmajors.
Decisions regarding admission of internal transfers to the CSD major are made by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Students seeking admission to the program must submit an Application for Internal Transfer to the Department’s Administrative Assistant along with copies of their unofficial college transcript(s) that list all courses and corresponding grades earned to date. Applications are available in Hewitt Hall room 181. Students must have a cumulative grade-point average of a 3.50 or higher to be considered a strong applicant.
It is important to note that the quality of the applicant pool and number of spaces available in the major at the application deadline will impact who is admitted as internal transfer students. The fall application deadline is October 1. The spring semester deadline is March 1. Decisions will be made prior to registration.
If you are transferring into CSD from within CHHS, you may use an online process located in Webcat. Directions to process an online major transfer are located here.
These applications are reviewed by the university’s Office of Admissions with decisions based on academic credentials of applicants. A cumulative grade point average (GPA) >3.50 is required for considerations of admission. However, actual GPAs generally exceed this level, varying in relation to the overall quality of the applicant pool.