Transfer admission

Adult & Transfer Admission

If you are currently enrolled at another university or have taken college level courses and are considering finishing your undergraduate degree, Lourdes University is the perfect place for you to achieve your educational and professional goals. Our faculty and staff provide a values-centered education and strong academic curriculum to prepare you for success inside the classroom and in your chosen career.

To be considered for admission, transfer students must have a high school diploma or equivalent and be in good standing at the time of application. Lourdes University must receive an official transcript sent directly from each college or university attended by a prospective student. An official high school transcript is needed if the student is enrolled in the first semester of a college/university or has less than 12 semester hours at a college/university or has a GPA under 2.0 from the last attended college.

The University's Registrar completes a credit evaluation for transfer students when all official transcripts from other regionally accredited colleges have been received in the Office of Admissions. A copy of the evaluation is available to the student through the academic advisor.

Only transfer credits from colleges and schools accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of College and Schools (HLC-NCA), or its nationally affiliated equivalent associations, will be accepted.

(For international students, transfer credit is granted when courses are taken at and completed at an approved – as defined by the appropriate governmental body in the international student’s home country – degree-granting post-secondary institution with a verifiable grade of “C” or better and not developmental in nature as defined by Lourdes University.)

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