We’re so excited to help you continue your education at Hardin-Simmons University! HSU is a place where every student – traditional or non-traditional – is welcome as part of the family. If you’re interested in transferring into HSU from another college or university, read over the information below and let us know how we can help throughout this process.
- Submit an Application
- Submit transcripts from each college or university attended
- A student with fewer than 24 transferable hours must also submit a high-school transcript and a test score (ACT or SAT). Please be advised that self-reported scores must be verified prior to registration for classes, and that any variance may affect your admission status and/or scholarship award.
- Any transfer student with at least 24 transferable hours and a 2.0 GPA or above will be eligible for general admission.
- A student who is not eligible to re-enroll at another institution, whether for academic or disciplinary reasons, is not eligible for general admission at HSU.
- When evaluating GPA for admission, only courses that will transfer into HSU will be calculated.
- After a student’s transcripts have been received, the Registrar’s Office will prepare a course by course evaluation. Credit will be given for class work with an equivalent match at HSU and a satisfactory grade.
- To view equivalent courses, visit our Transfer Course Equivalencies page. To see degree requirements for all majors at HSU, find your degree program in our course catalog.
- Hardin-Simmons University’s partnership with the following community colleges creates a direct path for students to further their education at HSU. These guides will help you determine which courses to take at the community college level to transfer to your HSU degree.
- For best results, we suggest that you use these guides in correlation with your detailed HSU degree worksheet for your specific major.
Here’s what we need from you before registering for classes. A full, personalized checklist can be found in your application portal.
Step 1: Pay your $300 Enrollment Deposit (non-refundable after May 1) All new students pay a $300 enrollment deposit prior to class registration. The enrollment deposit reserves your place in the class and shows your intent to attend. To pay your enrollment deposit, first, reply to your Offer of Admission in your application portal. A new checklist item will appear so that you can pay your deposit.
Step 2: Meningitis Vaccination Record Submit your record online at secure.medproctor.com. Contact MedProctor at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. A live agent is chat-ready to assist students and may be reached through the website. The state requires that all incoming new students under the age of 22 must have the meningitis vaccine within the last 5 years and at least 10 days prior to the first day of class. HSU encourages every new student under 22 years of age to provide proof of the meningitis vaccine prior to registering for classes.
Step 3: Sign up for a Round-Up event or contact your Admission Counselor to receive advising and to register for courses.
Documents can be sent to:
Office of Enrollment Services
PO Box 16050
Abilene, TX 79698