The Office of Academic Transfer and Articulation helps undergraduate transfer students
determine how courses taken at other institutions will apply at The University of
We offer many services for prospective students, applicants, admitted students, and
enrolled students...just take a look how we can help you along in your transfer process!
Services for Pre Transfer Students / Applicants
The Transfer Center located in the Center for Academic Transition works primarily
with students from Tennessee Board of Regents community colleges who are interested
in transferring to the University of Memphis. The Center is the point of contact for
for counselors and staff at community colleges and new transfer students on the University's
campus. This Center coordinates transfer student matters among the University's student affairs
units and academic departments.
Pre transfer students get the answers to transfer questions and more on the first at 1:00 PM and third Thursday at 1:30 PM of each month until 4:00 PM during Transition Tuesdays Program at Wilder Tower, Room
101. Representatives from the Office of Academic Transfer and Articulation will be
available to answer any other questions prospective students might have. After the
tour, Advisors in undergraduate academic services will be available for a brief advising
session to help with your academic plans. Students may bring an unofficial copy of
their transcript for each college attended. The adviser will not be able to do an
evaluation of all transfer credits, but will be able to look over the record and perhaps
recommend courses to take before you transfer. The advisers in Undergraduate Academic
Services are familiar with the admission and graduation requirements of all U of M
majors and can help students consider options. Click here to make a reservation.
A strong commitment to articulation exists between the University of Memphis and all
Tennessee Board of Regents Community Colleges. Articulation provides definitive information
regarding major preparation and graduation requirements at the TBR community colleges,
and transferable courses to the University of Memphis. This articulation is the basis
of the transfer process.
New transfer students are offered academic advising and enrollment preparation and
experience some aspects the University.
Southwest Tennessee Community College Advising
Potential transfer students can meet with a Transfer Specialist on the Macon campus
each Tuesday to get advice about their transfer courses. To make an appointment contact
Lashelle McCarley at (901) 333-4012 or by e-mail: email@example.com
Community College Transfer Program
The Coordinator of Transfer and Articulation visits local community colleges several
times during the semester to provide assistance with academic advising.
The Pre-Transfer Advising
Pre Transfer advising provides support to prospective transfer students from two-year
and four-year schools before they apply to the University of Memphis to complete an
undergraduate degree. Students are encouraged to use pre-transfer advising services
to assess their readiness to transfer and estimate their time to degree completion.
Advisors from Tennessee community colleges can work closely with the Pre-Transfer
Advisor for issues related to transfer credits and major options. The Pre-Transfer
Advisor can help prospective transfer students determine how previous coursework will
apply to University of Memphis degrees, identify remaining general education and major
requirements, and locate specific resources for additional assistance.
- Pre-transfer advising is not required for admission to the University of Memphis.
- Admission questions should be directed to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
- The Tennessee Board of Regents has implemented the Transfer Pathways Program effective
- For more information visit: http://www.tntransferpathway.org/
Services for Admitted / Enrolled Students
The Transfer Center, which is located in the Center For Academic Transition in Wilder
Tower, provides transitional support services for new and continuing students and
academic advising. The Center aims to make connections across the campus for transfer
students, whether it is locating resources and services, or obtaining counseling and
The Transfer Center AUTOMATED ADVISING APPOINTMENT SYSTEM (powered by Appointment-Plus)
is now available. Students who wish to schedule a specific date and time to meet
with an Advisor can do so with the Online Appointment Scheduler.
Degree Works Evaluation Program
Provides quick information, assists with graduation clearance, provides easy reconstruction
of progress toward degree, increases "quality advising time”, assists with record
keeping and allows the student / advisor to access to alternate majors and catalogs.