Transfer Students

As a member of the University System of Ohio, Central State University offers students the ability to streamline credit transfer from state's public institutions of higher education and from adult/secondary career-technical institutions to find the best pathways to degree completion and launch successful careers. 

Your college credit may apply to a degree in two ways:

1. General education requirements – academic courses in English and Oral Communications, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, and Mathematics make up each institution's general education requirements, totaling 36-40 semester hours. A student with successfully completed general education courses at one Ohio public college or university listed can apply the credit similarly toward general education requirements at any other Ohio public institution of higher education.

2. Guaranteed transfer-to-degree pathways – allows you to transfer, in simple and direct ways, a core of credits that count toward your chosen major.

Find out the credits you earned at an Ohio community college, career-technical center or university will transfer to Central State University.

College Transfers – Privates and Out-of State

Determine your course equivalencies, see program requirements and request an evaluation of your transfer work if you are a students who is transferring from a private college or university and/or an out-of-state institution to Central State University.