Frequently Asked Questions for Transfer Students about admission to UDM
Thank you for your interest in transferring to the University of Detroit Mercy. Below you will find some frequently asked questions about the transfer admission process.
- Question: What types of programs does UDM offer?
Answer: We are the most comprehensive, private University in the state offering nearly 100 academic programs like nursing, architecture, engineering, pre-dental, pre-medical, pre-physician assistant, engineering, architectural engineering, and business (just to name a few).
- Question: How much does it cost to apply for admission?
Answer: Applying to UDM is free if you apply online.
- Question: How long does it take for a decision to be made on my application? And when and how will I be notified?
Answer: When all required documents (college transcripts) arrive, your admissions counselor will call you within 24 hours with your decision. You will also receive your admission decision by mail within 2 weeks of receiving all required documents.
- Question: Does UDM offer scholarships and financial aid?
Answer: Yes! More than 80% of our students receive some form of financial aid including scholarships to help make UDM affordable. All full-time students entering UDM will receive an academic grant ranging from $6,000-$11,000.
To become eligible for UDM scholarships just apply for admission. Your admissions counselor will discuss your scholarship when an admission decision is made. For additional financial aid, file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. Be sure to list UDM (002323).
- Question: What kind of scholarship am I eligible for?
Answer: Get an estimate on the scholarship you can expect to receive from UDM. Our transfer scholarship estimator is a quick and convenient tool to find out the minimum amount you can expect to receive if you apply for admission.
- Question: Can I visit campus?
Answer: Yes, we welcome visitors year round. Visiting campus is an important step in the college selection process. Transfer students need to see and hear, in person, about the opportunities a school has to offer.
During a campus visit students will meet with a representative from the area they are interested in studying to learn about the curriculum, tour campus with a UDM student, and talk with an admissions counselor about admission & scholarships. Contact the Office of Admissions to schedule an appointment at (800) 635-5020.
- Questions: How do I know which classes will transfer and and when do I register for classes?
Answer: Once admitted, students will meet with their academic advisor to discuss educational and career goals, transfer credits and their curriculum plan. Then, together, they will plan an appropriate class schedule.