Resources for Transfer Applicants
We’ve created a list of resources to help you navigate our transfer process. We hope it helps as you begin planning.
Find out which of your classes will transfer.
Transfer course equivalencies will help you determine your potential transfer course-credits, while our major worksheets and four-year plans show you how your transfer credit can be used in an FSU program of study.
Alternative sources of credit.
You may have the opportunity to earn additional college credit if you’ve completed the following:
- Advanced Placement (AP) exams; scores of three (3) or higher – FSU code is 3519.
- International Baccalaureate (IB) Higher level exams; scores of five (5) or higher.
- College Level Examination Program (CLEP); scores of 50 or higher – FSU code is 3519.
Official score reports are required to be considered for college credit.
Transfer pathways through MassTransfer.
MassTransfer offers pathways to help you reduce the cost of completing your bachelor’s degree. Depending on your selected pathway and final GPA, some benefits may include guaranteed transfer of credit, guaranteed admission, and tuition discounts. Eligibility is based on enrollment in an approved pathway at a Massachusetts community college. Learn more about MassTransfer.
If you are not following one of the MassTransfer pathways or you’re enrolled at a non-participating college, you’re still able to transfer to FSU.