If you are interested in attending the USC Upstate Greenville Campus, arrange to meet with a counselor in Greenville by calling 864-552-4242 for an appointment, or visit the campus in person. If you have unofficial transcripts of all previous college coursework, this facilitates the initial review of what is required to earn the bachelor’s degree from USC Upstate.
After meeting with the USC Upstate academic counselor in Greenville, the next step to enrolling in a USC Upstate program in Greenville is to complete an admissions application. Applications are available from the USC Upstate Greenville Campus, or you can complete one online. You must meet the general requirements for admission. Each student is regarded as an individual and consideration is given to the complete student profile. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you at any point during the admission process to discuss interests and concerns.
General requirements are:
- A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA in all previous college-level course work.
- Evidence that you are academically and otherwise eligible to return to the last institution attended.
In addition, transfer students must submit transcripts of all previous college courses whether or not credit was earned and regardless of whether credit is to be transferred.
Transfer students must have earned at least 30 college credit hours before beginning upper level courses. If a prospective student does not have 30 transferable hours, they should complete and submit a Transfer Agreement form .
Once you are accepted for admission, register for Greenville transfer orientation or schedule an appointment with a faculty advisor.
Note: Requirements for admission and graduation are determined by the USC Upstate catalog active at the time of admission or if the prospective student submits a Transfer Agreement form.