If you have attended college before applying to Aquinas College, please follow these four steps to apply as a transfer student:
1. Submit Application: Please complete the online application.
Applicants to the RN-to-BSN program, please also submit a completed RN-BSN Application (for new students only).
Current ASN students, please use RN-BSN Application for Current Students.
2. Request official transcripts by submitting a Transcript Release Form to all post-secondary institutions you have attended. If you have fewer than 24 credit hours of college-level work, you will also need to request official transcripts from your high school with a minimum GPA of 2.4 and minimum composite ACT score of 21 with 21 in English and Math, or SAT of 980 in Critical Reading and Math.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) applicants with at least 24 college credit hours do not need to submit high school transcripts or ACT scores.
Application Fee: We are no longer requiring an application fee – it is free!
Successful transfer applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 2.4 on college coursework completed within the last 10 years. Coursework completed more than 10 years ago is excluded from the GPA calculation.
Applicants who do not meet the minimum criteria may be considered for conditional admission pending assessment(s) and/or other conditions specified by the Admissions Committee. For more information, please consult your Admissions Counselor.
Any student who is admitted to the college on academic probation is required to complete successfully IDS 106 “College Learning in the Dominican Tradition,” in the first semester of attendance.
Transfer students whose college/university transcripts do not reflect credit in a minimum of remedial math or college-level English will be required to take assessments in math and/or English.
Transfer equivalency procedures are provided after admission to the College. Transfer policies are determined by the Office of the Registrar.
Transfer students who have completed fewer than 24 hours of college-level credit will be required to enroll in IDS 106 “College Learning in the Dominican Tradition” during the first semester of attendance.
Federal law requires all institutions of higher education to disclose information about campus safety, graduation rates, students rights under FERPA, and other data about the institution. Prospective students will find this information posted on the Admissions FAQ page of our Web site. For more information, click here.
Aquinas College admits qualified students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, age, or disability. This non-discrimination policy and practice extends to all education programs and activities conducted by Aquinas College.