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All transfer credits taken before admittance to the University of Delaware must appear on your UD transcript before they are evaluated by an academic department. The UD Registrar's Office posts the transfer credits. If you don't see the transfer credits on your UD transcript, please contact the Registrar's Office.
Once you've confirmed that your transfer credits are on your transcripts, different procedures are in place for 1) requesting that a transferred English course fulfill UD's ENGL110: Seminar in Composition requirement and 2) requesting that transferred English courses equate with other UD English courses.
Finally, students must formally request that coursework taken after admittance to UD be accepted as well.
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ENGL 110 Transfer Credit Policy
The First Year Writing Program’s ENGL 110 course is an essential experience for all UD students. This course offers much more than skills-based writing practice: students engage in lab-like writing workshops designed to prepare them for the specific writing needs they are encountering in their other university courses, and they are introduced to the intellectual culture and academic habits necessary for success in a research-intensive university. For these reasons, ideally students should take ENGL 110 during their first semesters at UD.
Transfer students who have taken a writing course(s) at another college or university may be considered for ENGL 110 exemption. To review if your course is eligible for ENGL 110 transfer exemption, please visit UD’s Transfer Credit Matrix.
If students have taken a first year writing/composition course taken as a college student that is not in the UD Transfer Credit Matrix, you should fill out this form to request re-evaluation of the credit. You will need the following for the form:
Dual Enrollment Policy
As of February 1, 2024, the First Year Writing Program will begin accepting dual enrollment credit (for courses taken while a student is concurrently enrolled in high school) for courses and universities ONLY if the course is included in the UD Transfer Credit Matrix.
If the course and university is not part of the Transfer Credit Matrix, we will not accept the course as an ENGL 110 transfer exemption.
Students may request to have transferred English courses be equated to UD English courses other than ENGL110. To do so, email transfer evaluation requests to Dr. Miranda Wilson. In the request, please include
All transfer courses taken after admittance to the University of Delaware must be approved by UD before students enroll in the course(s) at another institution.* You must
If the course from the other institution is listed on the transfer credit matrix, that means it has already been evaluated by UD and the UD equivalent course has been confirmed. The transfer course will not be re-evaluated and will not be equated to a different UD English course. You do not need to submit your evaluation to the English Department. Instead, you submit it directly to the office of the Assistant or Associate Dean in your College.
If the course from the other institution is not listed on UD's transfer credit matrix, please submit your transfer credit evaluation form in person to Dr. Miranda Wilson in Memorial Hall, Rm. 209. This form should include
*The English Department does not "pre-approve" courses for ENGL110 transfer equivalency. Please refer to the transfer matrix for ENGL110 transfer equivalencies.