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St. Mary's College of Maryland Transfer Agreement

  • Transfer Admission Deadlines:
    Fall Priority Admission: June 1st
    Spring Priority Admission: December 21st
  • Physical Address:
    47645 College Dr., St. Mary's City, Maryland 20686
  • Phone:
    (240) 895-2000
  • Main Website
  • Admissions Website
  • Transfer Website
St. Mary’s College of Maryland is Maryland’s Honors College, a selective, public liberal arts college—a vibrant community of scholars and learners. We foster a rigorous and innovative curriculum; experiential learning; scholarship and creativity; close mentoring relationships; and a community dedicated to honesty, civility, and integrity. We are committed to diversity, access, and affordability. Our students, faculty and staff serve local, national, and global communities and cultivate and promote social responsibility.

Articulated Program Requirements:

  • Guaranteed admissions for CSM students who:
    • Graduated with any CSM Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Arts in Teaching, Associate of Science in Engineering, or Associate of Applied Science degree.
    • Submit the SMCM Application for Admission at least six months prior to the start of the semester they wish to transfer to St. Mary's College of Maryland.
    • Satisfy all other SMCM admissions requirements.
    • Graduate from CSM with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.
    • Enroll in SMCM within one year of graduating from CSM without attending another institution of higher education. 
    • Understand that if they were previously enrolled at SMCM, they are not eligible for this agreement.
  • For the Biochemistry Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the Associate of Science in Mathematics and Science with a 2.0 GPA.
  • For the Biology Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the Associate of Science in Mathematics and Science with a 2.0 GPA.
  • For the Chemistry Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the Associate of Science in Mathematics and Science with a 2.0 GPA.
  • For the Computer Science Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the Associate of Science in Computer Science degree with a 3.0 GPA.
  • For the Digital Media Production/Theater, Film, and Media Studies Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the Associate of Arts in Digital Media Production with a 2.0 GPA.
  • For the Dual Admission Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete a "Dual Admission Program Intent to Enroll Form" at the time of admission to CSM, or no later than when they have completed 30 college transferable credits, including CSM courses and those from other colleges and universities.
    • Submit the SMCM Application for Admission, ideally once 45 credits have been earned at CSM, or at least six months prior to the start of the semester they wish to transfer to St. Mary's College of Maryland.
    • Satisfy all other SMCM admissions requirements.
    • Graduate from CSM with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75.
    • Not attend another institution between graduation and enrollment at SMCM. 
    • Understand that if they were previously enrolled at SMCM, they are not eligible for this agreement.
  • For the English Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the A.A. degree with a 2.0 GPA. 
  • For the Physics, Applied Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the Associate of Science in Mathematics and Science with a 2.0 GPA.
  • For the Physics, Fundamental Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the Associate of Science in Mathematics and Science with a 2.0 GPA.
  • For the Political Science Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the Associate of Arts in Arts and Sciences: Social Sciences with a 2.0 GPA.
  • For the Psychology Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the Associate of Arts in Arts and Sciences: Social Sciences with a 2.0 GPA.
  • For the Rugby Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), CSM students are eligible to participate on SMCM's Rugby team if they:
    • Are enrolled with a minimum of 6 credits per semester at CSM. 
    • Complete SMCM club participation physical and documentation requirements.
    • Complete a SMCM Health Form and submit the form to the SMCM Office of Student Activities and/or Athletics and Recreation each year before the season commences. 
    • Enroll as an SMCM Team player with USA Rugby.
    • Act in accordance with the National Small College Rugby Organization policy. 
    • Pay club dues to SMCM. 
    • Maintain own health insurance. All participating students are required to pay Club and Individual Participation Program (CIPP) fees to USA Rugby, to cover the cost of Accidental Injury insurance. 

Articulated Program Benefits:

  • For the Dual Admission Agreement:
    • This program is also available for part-time students.
    • SMCM application fee will be waived.
  • For the Guaranteed Admission Agreement:
    • This program is also available for part-time students.
    • Students will receive an additional $500 to participate in this program.
  • For the Rugby Memorandum of Understanding (MOU):
    • When playing at SMCM, CSM students will be permitted to park their vehicles in accordance with SMCM parking policy.
    • SMCM agrees to supply equipment, uniforms, and medical supplies for the SMCM team. 
  • For the Sociology Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete the Associate of Arts in Arts and Sciences: Social Sciences with a 2.0 GPA.

View our Guaranteed Admission Agreement

View our Biochemistry Articulation Agreement

View our Biology Articulation Agreement

View our Chemistry Articulation Agreement

View our Computer Science Articulation Agreement 

View our Digital Media Production/Theater, Film, and Media Studies Articulation Agreement

View our Dual Admission Agreement

View our English Articulation Agreement

View our Physics, Applied Articulation Agreement

View our Physics, Fundamental Articulation Agreement

View our Political Science Articulation Agreement

View our Psychology Articulation Agreement

View our Rugby Memorandum of Understanding

View our Sociology Articulation Agreement