Gerald Durkin, Undergraduate Admissions
Associate Dean of Enrollment & Director of Transfer Admissions
Working with Transfer Students
For the past 28 years, I have had the opportunity to see the transfer population grow and change. I work with incoming transfer students, actively recruiting at a number of two-year schools throughout New England, New York , New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I also see a large number of transfer students making the move from other four-year schools. Incoming transfer students are an active population. They often visit the campus in advance of making application in order to find out more about the university, the individual programs and the transferability of credits.
What’s the best thing about UML?
The best characteristic of the campus is the diversity of the student population, coupled with the variety and quality of programs that are designed to meet the needs of every student.
Advice for college:
Make every effort to experience the full range of opportunities the university has to offer. Dare to leave your imprint.