Admitted Transfer Students - Summer Coursework
Congratulations on your recent offer of admission to the University of Notre Dame! We are so excited to welcome you into the Notre Dame family!
If your decision letter listed contingent coursework that you must complete prior to matriculation, it is important that you plan your summer accordingly. Students with required summer coursework will have their offer of admission rescinded if they do not complete the required summer courses prior to entering Notre Dame.
The Office of Undergraduate Admission does not decide which courses are transferable. The academic colleges determine which courses may be transferred to Notre Dame. If you are unsure whether a course will fulfill the requirement in your admission letter, you should contact the appropriate advisor below based on your intended college to request a review.
Please note, courses may NOT be completed online, and you must earn a B or better in a course for it to be eligible for transfer credit.
College of Arts and Letters
Academic advising dean assignments in the College of Arts and Letters are based on your last name (alpha):
Find Your Advising Dean:
- A–E: Dean Collin Meissner
- F–G: Dean Nicholas Russo
- H-K: Dean Mary O'Callaghan
- L–Q: Dean Darlene Hampton
- R–Z: Dean Joseph Stanfiel
College of Science
Admitted transfer students in the College of Science may contact the Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies, Dr. Kathleen Kolberg, for questions regarding summer coursework.
College of Engineering
Admitted transfer students in the College of Engineering may contact the Assistant Dean for Advising and Academic Affairs, Mike Ryan, for questions regarding summer coursework.
Mendoza College of Business
Admitted transfer students in the Mendoza College of Business may contact the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Dale Nees, for questions regarding summer coursework.
School of Architecture
Admitted transfer students in the School of Architecture may contact the Academic Advising and Research Program Director, Caroline Maloney, for questions regarding summer coursework.