Welcome! We’re glad you’re considering UST.

On this page, you'll find:

  • Admission requirements
  • UST majors & pre-professional programs
  • Transfer guides to see transferable credits
  • Scholarships that are available
  • Contact info for your transfer counselor
  • Links to apply or visit campus
  • Schedule of when we'll be at your school

What is UST Most Known For?

 

Describe UST Using a Hashtag
To help you better understand what UST is about, we stopped undergraduate students on campus and asked them to do this. Their answers included everything from "diversity" to "faith and reason" to "individuality."

Domestic Students

You will need the following:

  • Completed application
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher*
  • Minimum of 24 credit hours completed**
  • Official transcript

Transcript submissions ​Admissions Checklist - Domestic Transfer Students 

*Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Med requires a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
​​**If less than 24 hours, contact counselor for additional requirements

 

International Students

You will need the domestic student items, plus:

  • Official international college transcripts*
  • Course by course evaluation of college credits*
  • TOEFL (minimum 79), IELTS (minimum 6.5), ELS (level 112) or English Comp. 1 & 2 courses taken in U.S.

Transcript Submissions Admissions Checklist - International Transfer Students 

*if applicable

Maximum amount of transfer​able college-level credits we accept: 72 from a community college; ​90 from a university

Great news!

More than 92% of transfer students, both domestic and international, receive a UST scholarship upon enrolling.

The average UST aid package for transfer students with a GPA of 2.5 or higher is over $13,000.

What's my scholarship amount?

 

Net Price Calculator​​

Estimate your scholarship & financial aid eligibility and net UST tuition costs.

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Stephanie McSheehy

With my Phi Theta Kappa scholarship, my transfer GPA, work-study and a grant, I can attend UST full-time and only have to pay for books.

Stephanie McSheehy Transfer from San Jacinto College and First-Generation College Student