Cumberland University

Transient Students

A transient student enrolled in another college who wishes to take a course(s) at Cumberland, transferring credit to the college regularly attended, may do so by obtaining a Statement of Permission and Good Standing from the Dean or Registrar of the college of their current institution.

Documentation must be received prior to registration and should specify the course(s) that may be taken by the transient student. Current admissions standards for traditional undergraduate students apply. All students wishing to take courses at Cumberland University as a transient student must complete the following:

  1. Submit the application for admission and return to the Office of Admissions. The application may be found online at www.cumberland.edu/applynow. Please be sure to mark "transient" when completing the application.
  2. Pay the application fee. 
  3. A Statement of Permission and Good Standing from the Dean or Registrar of the college of their current institution.

Cumberland University will not provide academic counseling for transient students or guarantee the appropriateness of course work taken here to the degree being sought by the student elsewhere.