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Transferring to Immaculata is as Easy as 1-2-3!

Immaculata University is dedicated to providing attainable education, personal support, and meaningful career pathways to tomorrow’s leaders, and we welcome students who are seeking new challenges, new friends, and new approaches to student engagement as they transition from other colleges or universities. Empowering students to chart their own courses without getting lost in the crowd, IU provides students with opportunities to explore their career directions, assess their goals, and invigorate their life journeys.

What’s more, transferring to IU is truly as easy as 1-2-3! Prospective students simply:

    1. Apply
    2. Submit transcripts & other documents
    3. Attend new student orientation upon admission

Admitted students are matched with personal advisors who will assist in developing degree plans to meet individual needs. After admissions counselors review submitted transcripts, they work with students to review existing credits and outline which courses are needed for degree completion.

Transfer Application

Fill out this application if you’re interested in applying as a transfer student to Immaculata.

NOTE: Due to an increased volume in transfer applications, please submit your transfer application ASAP.

Transfer Tuesdays

A great way for us to help you navigate the transfer process is to attend an upcoming Transfer Tuesday.

Meet individually with an admissions counselor to learn more about academics, financial aid, scholarships, and the transfer admission process.

Degrees & Programs

We offer over 60 undergraduate programs, including accelerated & online career-oriented programs for you to choose from.

Our most popular are nursing, exercise science, business management, education, psychology, health care management, and fashion merchandising.

Learn more about transfer credit

Based on your area of study, you may transfer some or all of your previous college credits, normally up to 64 credits (semester hour equivalency). Credits for courses with a grade of “C” or higher are transferable.

Hundreds of courses have already been reviewed and approved. Find your college and courses on this list of institutions. Please note that this is not a complete list; we are continuing to add to the database regularly. If you do not find your institution or the course you are looking for, your credits may still transfer to Immaculata.

If you have questions, please contact smargulis@immaculata.edu or call 484-323-3447.

Scholarships

Scholarships and other institutional grants are available depending on your GPA and family income.

In addition, we offer an Associate Degree Grant for community college graduates enrolled full time in the College of Undergraduate Studies. If you have an associate degree and a GPA of at least 2.5, you can earn a grant of $1,500 per year to help cover your additional two years of full-time study.

You will be automatically considered for the $1,500 once you submit your application. This grant will be in addition to other financial aid you may be awarded, such as academic and need-based scholarships.

We understand the time and effort you put into getting your associate degree, and we want to reward you for your hard work.

Joseph Lounsberry ’21
Finance and Business Management

I transferred to Immaculata during spring of my freshman year. When first touring campus, the guide took us to some of their favorite spots on campus, and I was amazed by the beauty and openness. The admissions team was so supportive throughout the whole transfer process, and I was able to transfer all my credits from my previous school and match them with courses in my new program. My biggest piece of advice to future transfers would be to get involved on campus and make those connections. Push past your comfort zone, and you’ll be amazed at all you can accomplish at Immaculata.

Transfer Key to Success for Marketing Major

“As a commuter, it’s very important for you to get involved. I say it all the time, but for commuters, it’s just as important for them to feel that this campus is just as much of a home as the residents,” Annemarie Bednar emphasizes.

During her first two years at Immaculata, Bednar became a student leader and took on progressively advanced leadership positions on campus, including serving as a New Student Orientation (NSO) leader and then co-chair of NSO. In addition, she was secretary of the Business Club and a member of Alpha Xi. As a senior, Bednar was the executive treasurer for the Student Government Association, an admissions ambassador, and with her experience as a commuter, she served as a commuter assistant.

Learn more about her story.

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