Students may request an official campus transfer from their school/college to complete their program. The program has to be approved by the school/college academically AND meet regulatory requirements (state/provincial licensure). If the student is an international student, the program has to be offered in compliance with F-1/study permit requirements at the requested new home campus location. International students should seek advice from the Office of Global Services before the final decision to transfer to another campus.
Campus Location Change
Students may request a campus location change to a new campus (the host campus) for a period no longer than one academic year (two consecutive semesters or three consecutive quarter terms) and no more than 50% of a degree program. It must be approved by the school/college academically, and courses must be offered that allow the student to make normal academic progress in compliance with regulatory requirements. In order for international students to change a campus location, the academic program has to be offered in compliance with F-1/study permit requirements at the requested host campus location.
Canadian Campuses: Post-Grad Work Permit requires 51% of degree completion from within Canada.
A new I-20 will be issued for students completing more than 50% of their program at the new campus.