No, because as a transfer student you'll want to finish in less than four years. Please
visit our transfer student page to review graduation requirements for transfer students.
You'll need to declare a major by the end of the third semester after enrolling at
Cal Lutheran. If you plan to double major, or major in science (except for geoscience
and environmental science), liberal studies, accounting or multimedia, then you need
to declare your major(s) in your first semester.
If you choose to change majors after the third semester, you must ensure the requirements
of the new major will still be completed in four years. The guarantee will only cover
completion of a single major in a single degree.
Once enrolled in classes, you'll meet with your Student Success Counselor (or Specialist)
at least once per semester to review and approve your two-year academic plan.
Notify the evaluator in the Registrar's Office prior to the beginning of classes in
any semester if it appears that graduation may be delayed due to course unavailability.
Summer classes can be helpful to facilitate graduation in four years, but it is not
If timely graduation is delayed due to course unavailability, we may substitute an
alternative course. If substitution is not possible, then we will develop a reasonable
academic alternative. If there is no other alternative, then Cal Lutheran will waive
tuition and any mandatory fees for the course(s) in the next academic year.