See my transfer credit

If you want to see how course credits you've transferred to CSUMB are applied to your student record, you'll look at the Transfer Credit report in your OASIS account.

You may access your Transfer Credit report by logging into OASIS from your dashboard and clicking on the OASIS LOGIN button. Choose Self Service, then choose Transfer Credit from the left menu list.

Understanding the report

This transfer credit summary shows each of the transferable courses you have completed at your prior institution. Those that meet CSU GE Breadth requirements will align, in part, with CSUMB General Education (GE) Requirements and are designated as fulfilled if all GE components are completed successfully with a grade of C or better.

Students may have up to 70 semester units of transferable work from a two-year institution posted to your record. If you had more than 70 units of transferable coursework from a two-year institution, you will see an adjustment on your transfer credit report subtracting units over 70 from your record.

There is no limit on transferable units from a four-year institution.

The number of units you see on your record is in semester format. Units from quarter calendar schools have been recalculated in the system to reflect semester units. Posting of transferable coursework takes place after you have indicated your intent to enroll.

Credit for AP, IB and CLEP tests

The Transfer Credit report also reflects credit for AP, IB and some CLEP tests as determined by the office of the CSU Chancellor, if you received the minimum accepted scores and submitted official copies of your test records. AP classes completed in high school do not count as AP credit.

The report summarizes each of the AP, IB, or CLEP tests you have passed and the number of college credits applied to the record. Tests that meet CSU GE Breadth requirements will align, in part, with CSUMB General Education Requirements and are designated as fulfilled if all GE components are completed successfully with minimum passing test scores.

Upper division, postbaccalaureate, and graduate credit

There are some instances where we will accept upper division transfer coursework from four-year universities. We may transfer in post baccalaureate or graduate level coursework from other graduate schools, though this is also subject to unit limits and department approval.

Students admitted prior to Fall 2008

In Fall 2008 CSUMB converted from our prior student database. Students admitted prior to Fall 2008 will have transfer/test credit that may appear differently in the system.

Questions about the report

If you have questions about your GE transfer information or your AP test credit and you are in your first semester of attendance, you may contact the Office of Admissions at 831-582-3738 or email admissions@csumb.edu.

If you have questions about your GE transfer information or your AP test credit and you are in your second semester of attendance or later, you may contact the Office of the Registrar at graduation@csumb.edu.