Welcome to the University of Memphis! We are so excited that your student has decided
to join our family. Below is information that will help you to guide your student
through the transfer process.
Please see our UMparent Calendar for important dates and deadlines.
Academic Transfer and Articulation Office:
This office helps undergraduate transfer students determine how courses taken at other
institutions will apply at the University of Memphis. For transfer students, this
office will help to make the transfer process much easier. For more information,
please click here.
Transition Thursdays is an opportunity for students to talk to an adviser, get a preliminary evaluation
of his or her transcript, learn about the admissions process and take a campus tour.
Representatives from the Office of Academic Transfer and Articulation will be available
to answer questions. Click here to make a reservation.
Financial Aid and Scholarships:
The Office of Financial Aid administers federal, state, and institutional aid programs
to qualified students. To receive financial aid, qualified students must complete
the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For more information on your student applying for and receiving financial aid, please
The Undergraduate Scholarship Office awards hundreds of academic scholarships each year to entering freshmen. A separate
scholarship application is not required unless noted. The deadline for admission to
the University of Memphis for scholarship consideration is March 1.
There are also non-academic scholarships available to students. For a list of scholarships
and more information on scholarship offers, please click here.
For information on cost of attendance, please visit the Financial Aid web site or click here.
Transfer Student Orientation
Transfer students are encouraged to attend orientation, as it prepares the student
college life at the University of Memphis. Every school is unique and it is important
that transfer students get all of the information that they need. For more information,
please click here.
Living On and Off Campus
We encourage students to live on campus their first year of college as it gives them
the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the college experience and to get involved
on campus. For more information on the residence options available to students, please
visit the Residence Life web site.
For students who live off campus, there are a variety of options within walking distance
or a short drive from the university. Adult and Commuter Student Services manages a site dedicated to off-campus housing. Please review our Parents of Commuter Students page as well.
Whether living on or off campus, there are a variety of meal plan options for all
of our students. Please click here to view the various options.
Parent Handbook: Living On and Off Campus