Send final transcripts

Before attending Michigan State University, incoming transfer students must submit all final, official transcripts to MSU.


Send final college-level transcripts

All admitted transfer students are required to send final, official college-level transcripts for each higher education institution attended prior to Michigan State University. This includes any dual enrollment credit received while in high school as well as any classes that were in progress at the time of admission. Transcripts must be sent to MSU as soon as possible after being admitted in order to reserve your place in the incoming class.

Self‐reported academic records will be verified for accuracy using official transcripts. If circumstances develop that make previously provided information inaccurate, misleading or incomplete, the consequence of the discrepancy may lead to the revocation of an offer of admission and/or dismissal from the university.

In order to be official, transcripts must be sent directly from the institution attended to MSU. Many schools do this through an online service such as the National Student Clearinghouse. You may need to contact the institutions you attended to have them send your final, official transcripts to MSU.

Send final high school transcripts

If you did not send your final, official high school transcripts to MSU when you applied, you must do so at least two weeks prior to your orientation date. High school transcripts are required after the point of admission as proof of graduation in order to reserve your place in the incoming transfer class. Transcripts must be sent directly to MSU from the high school via electronic delivery services such as Parchment, or by mail to:

Office of Admissions
426 Auditorium Road, Room 250
East Lansing, MI 48824

Review transferred credits

After you have activated your MSU NetID and email, submitted your Advanced Enrollment Deposit (AED) and sent in your final transcripts, MSU will process your official transfer credit evaluation. The transfer credit evaluation will show how the courses you completed at other institutions will transfer to MSU. It will first be made available to you when you attend New Student Orientation (NSO). After orientation, you can view your credit evaluation on your transcript through StuInfoMSU's secure student information system.

Until then, transfer students are encouraged to use the Transfer MSU searchable credit equivalency system to identify courses that may transfer.

Changes to your past grades or newly completed courses could have an impact on your final transfer credit evaluation. If any changes need to be made on the academic record in your account after admission, please contact the Office of Admissions.