Undergraduate Admissions

Transfer Application Information

Transfer Application Information

Thank you for your interest in applying to The University of Scranton. Please review the information below before you begin Scranton's online application or The Common Application. Please note that you only need to choose one of these free online applications. You may click on a link below to get started. We do not accept paper applications.

  • How to Applyplus or minus

    The Common Application will be undergoing maintenance from July 23, 2015 through August 1, 2015. During this period of time, you may complete the Scranton Application. If you are interested in applying for fall 2015 admission, you must use the Scranton application. 

    You can apply online for free using The Common Application or the Scranton Application. To apply using the Scranton Application, each applicant must create their own unique account with their own unique email address

    Please review the Common Application's System Requirements before getting started. 

  • When to Applyplus or minus

    We accept qualified applicants on a rolling basis, but we strongly encourage you to apply as early as possible. Applications are processed as they are received. Once the completed application is received, it can take four to six weeks to process.

  • Scholarships & Financial Aidplus or minus

    All accepted students are evaluated for academic merit scholarships. No special applications are required. Students receiving merit scholarships will be notified of the amount in their acceptance letter. Read more about Scholarships & Financial Aid for Transfer Students.

    View more financial aid information

  • Academic Profileplus or minus

    Our preferred acceptance criteria for transfer students is:

      High school cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale
      SAT score of 1000 (Math and Critical Reading) or above
      College cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale

        We will review transcripts with GPA’s starting at 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. Transfer students who do not meet acceptance criteria as listed, but show reasonable promise of success in the chosen major, may be considered for probationary acceptance.

        This information is meant to be a helpful reference. It is not meant to guarantee your acceptance, nor is it meant to discourage students who fall outside of these ranges from applying.

  • Dates & Deadlinesplus or minus

    Transfer students have preferred application deadlines rather than firm deadlines. Applications received after the preferred deadlines are considered on a space-available basis.

    December 15: Preferred Deadline for Spring-Semester Transfer Applications
    Transfer students interested in applying for the spring semester are encouraged to apply by December 15.

    August 1: Preferred Deadline for Fall-Semester Transfer Applications
    Transfer students interested in applying for the fall semester are encouraged to apply by August 1.

  • Application Checklistplus or minus

    Please use this checklist as a guide in submitting materials to complete your application to Scranton.