This site provides information regarding procedures for transferring courses and regarding courses offered at other institutions which are acceptable for transfer as equivalent to Daemen courses, subject to minimum grade requirements and the Daemen residency policy. The site is a work in progress and will be continuously updated.
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Procedures for Transferring Courses
Please note: No transfer courses or cross registrations are allowed in a senior’s final semester. Consult the University's In-Residence Course Work Requirement policy for further details
Students may transfer courses in 2 ways:
This option is available for study in semesters and summers. This requires that a student file a Request for Off Campus Course form with the Registrar’s office. Your Advisor’s signature is required on the form. If the course is not in the Transfer Course database, the signature of the Chair of the Dept which sponsors the course is also required, i.e., the Daemen English Chair must sign off on an English course to be transferred, etc. For courses which are not in the database, students should be prepared to provide a course description to the Advisor and Dept Chair. A minimum grade of “C” is required for transfer; if a higher grade is required for transfer, the faculty member signing the form will specify same. Students must have official transcripts for the transfer course sent directly from the other institution to Daemen’s Registrar’s Office. The student is responsible for payment of tuition to the other institution and for the transcript fee.
- Access the Standard Transfer form "Request To Complete Off Campus Courses (PDF)" form.
- Search the course equivalencies database.
- Access schedules at other institutions.
This option is available only to full time matriculating students who wish to take a course at a participating institution (most local institutions are participants) during a semester (cross registration is not available for summer terms). Other restrictions apply. Detailed procedures, a listing of participating institutions, and the cross registration permission form are accessible below.