Transfer applicants come to Grove City College from many universities and colleges, bringing rich diversity and insightful perspectives. Our goal is to make the transfer process as smooth and as stress free as possible so you will feel at home from the moment you arrive on campus. All transfer applicants are welcome, and applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Below are some FAQs that transfer applicants ask us as they pursue admittance.
A transfer student is someone who enrolled at another institution after graduating from high school.
Apply! View our detailed Application Tips before opening an application account. We also encourage you to read Transfer Process 101 on our blog Bridging the Gap.
In order to apply, you will need to provide:
If you have not yet completed one full semester at your current institution, please have your professors fill out the Semester Report Form and submit it to the Office of Admissions after you have submitted your application for admission to Grove City College.
As a transfer applicant, you can experience what life is like at Grove City College by attending a Next Step Friday event or by scheduling a personalized visit with our visit coordinator.
To receive a preliminary review of your transfer credits, email firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your unofficial college transcript in addition to your major of interest. While this copy may be unofficial, you will need to submit an official copy to apply for admission. In some cases you may be asked to provide a copy of a course syllabus or other supporting documents.
Find out more about transfer credit requests. You may also use the online Transfer Evaluation System to search by institution for courses already reviewed for transfer to Grove City College.
View our Transfer Credit Policies for complete requirements.
Financial aid may be available for transfer applicants who show financial need. Find out more about Financial Aid and Scholarships, and begin your financial aid application.
Transfer applicants are encouraged to submit the financial aid application earlier than the deadlines if possible. Once enrolled and preparing for the next year, financial aid applications are due according to the financial aid timeline for returning students.
Please do not hesitate to contact Kate Mariani, Admissions Transfer Advisor, with any questions.