How to Apply as a Transfer Student
Students who have attended another university or taken non-undergraduate courses at UH are considered transfer students.
All application materials, including official transcripts, must be received by the deadline. Upon acceptance, new students are required to complete several steps prior to the start of their first term. For more information, see the What to Expect After Acceptance section.
For any inquiries regarding the application process, please contact the CAP Admissions Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadlines & Addresses
Transfer Admission Deadlines
Semester Domestic Applicants International Applicants Summer May 1st April 1st Fall June 24th May 6th Spring December 4th November 6th
Please note, all applicants are required to have completed a 4-year bachelor degree (or equivalent) and have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA to be eligible for admission. Applicants with a GPA below 2.5 are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Mailing Address Physical Address University of Houston - Welcome Center
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
4434 University Drive
Houston, TX 77204
Professional Accounting Programs Office
CBB, Suite 304
4242 Martin Luther King Boulevard
Houston, TX 77204-6021
A complete application must be received by the date indicated above and include all of the following items:
ApplyTexas Application Steps
- Create a new 4 year university undergraduate admissions application
- Target University: University of Houston- Main Campus (Houston)
- Application type:
- Domestic applicants: Transfer, U.S.
- International applicants: Transfer, International
- First choice school: Bauer College of Business
- Major: Accountancy, CAP Program [PB only]
- Complete required fields
- Submit the non-refundable application fee*
- $75 for domestic applicants
- $90 for international applicants
*Please understand that we cannot refund application fees. Therefore, take special care when choosing a program and selecting your intended semester of entry.
Once you have submitted your application, please e-mail email@example.com to let us know your application ID.
Official transcripts from each higher-educational institution attended must be submitted. Ask your college or university registrar to send your transcript data electronically through an EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) system, e.g. Speede. If this electronic option is not available to you, your transcripts can be mailed.
If you have international transcripts, please view the International applicants section.
3. Résumé (optional)
Applicants can e-mail a copy of their most recent résumé highlighting professional and academic experiences, as well as recognizable accomplishments. This step is optional unless the CAP Admissions Coordinator contacts you for additional information needed to make an admissions decision.
An applicant is considered international if they are not a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident. Additional transcript, proof of English language proficiency and visa requirements may need to be met. See the links below for more information about the additional documents that may be required for international applicants.
Transcript Information - Please submit all official transcript(s), mark sheet(s) and degree certificates for each year of attendance from ALL universities and/or college(s) attended. Official academic credentials must be submitted in the original language(s) of issue and with an official English translation.
English Language Proficiency Requirements - All applicants, regardless of citizenship status, must demonstrate proficiency in English to obtain admission to the university. Please visit the UH Undergraduate Admissions’ English Language Proficiency Requirements webpage for more information about exemptions and minimum exam required scores.
F-1 Visa Information – These documents are not required until AFTER you are offered admission.
NOTE: International students must have a four-year degree (or its equivalent) from an accredited university to apply for a post-baccalaureate program at UH main campus. Not all three-year foreign degrees are considered equivalent. Students with a three–year degree will likely need to complete the equivalent of a four-year degree before being eligible for admission.