Transfer Student FAQs

Log into your myUSF dashboard. Go to Banner Self-Service (Student). Click on Student Records. Click on Degree Evaluation. Instructions can also be found on the Graduation Center website.

Log into your myUSF dashboard. Go to Banner Self-Service (Student). Click on Student Records. Click on Academic Transcript.

This probably means your latest transcript has not been received by USF. To be sure, complete the Prior to USF Transfer Credit Request form to determine whether your transcript has been received. If your transcript has not been received, please contact your previous college and ask them to send a copy of your official transcript to the Office of University Registrar.

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No, your GPA only reflects the grades that you have earned at USF.

Please complete the Transfer Credit Request Form to check if your class may be evaluated as a University Core requirement.

Transfer credits that do not meet specific requirements of the University Core or the student's major, DO count as Open Electives toward the 128 unit requirement for a bachelor's degree.

Yes. Contact your Major Department for next steps. Bring in your old syllabus which should include a description of the assignments and material covered in class as well as textbook(s) used so that the course can be further evaluated.

If you don't have a copy of your syllabus, you should contact the college or department you attended to request the material. Colleges are required to keep this information on file for accreditation purposes.

Go to your myUSF dashboard. Click on Banner Self-Service (Student). Click on Student Tab. Click on Registration. Click on Registration Status & Advisor Information.

You can also find your faculty adviser and success coach in your USF Student Hub. Log into your Student Hub via your myUSF Dashboard/myUSF apps.

Your faculty adviser advises you on class sequencing, class selection for each semester, and your graduation plan.

You can also contact your major department for further assistance on class registration.

The university policy does not permit students after they matriculate to USF to take their Core, major, minor, language, or other departmental/degree requirements at another institution. Study abroad opportunities are an exception to this policy. For more information, please read the USF Catalog.

Yes, the Explore Your Path portal has some great resources and links for you to explore yourself and the different majors.

Yes. To find out more about them, visit Transfernation »