Transfer Applicants

​Transfer Applicants​

Grove City College welcomes all transfer applicants. Acceptance to the College is determined by the quality of your application submission, SAT/ACT scores and college transfer grades, availability with your declared major, and residence space on-campus. On-campus interviews are optional but highly encouraged. Please note: you must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 to qualify for admittance.

Fall Transfer Applicants: 
Applications for the fall semester are accepted throughout the spring term. There is a deadline of two weeks before the fall semester begins. Transfer admission applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so applicants will be notified as decisions are made.

Spring Transfer Applicants: 
Applications for the spring semester are accepted throughout the fall term. There is a deadline of two weeks before the spring semester begins. Transfer admission applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so applicants will be notified as decisions are made.

Please submit the following application materials:
·         $50 nonrefundable application fee
·         Your official SAT and/or ACT scores as well as your official high school transcript
·         Two letters of recommendation
·         Confidential Transfer Student Reference Form​​ is required from the Dean of Students or Student Affairs Office from your previous school
·         Transfer Semester Report Form - If applying for admissions for the spring semester, the “Transfer Semester Report Form” provides the Admissions Office with a current status of your grades.
 
Financial Aid Information: 
Financial aid may be available for those transfer students who show financial need. Applications for assistance must be received by the Financial Aid Office no later than August 15 for Fall transfer and January 15 for Spring transfer students. Earlier submission is recommended if possible. Each year thereafter Financial Aid Applications are due in accordance with the deadline posted on the Financial Aid website. For more information and a 
Financial Aid Application please refer to our Financial Aid website where you may print and/or submit an online application for financial aid.

Transfer students may request a preliminary review of their transfer credits: If you need additional information on transfer policies or wish to have a preliminary review of your transfer credits, please contact Danielle Bryan, the transfer coordinator in the Admissions Office at 724-458-2100 or e-mail: transfers@gcc.edu.
 

Please review the following transfer credit requirements:

·         Courses from a regionally accredited institution with a “C” grade or better are accepted. “P-Pass” grade are not accepted and require a grade equivalent of at least a “C.”
·         Transfer credits do not enter into the computation of a student’s quality point average at Grove City College.
·         Grove City College requires 128 credits to graduate. Therefore, transfer credits may not exceed 50 percent of the total credits towards graduation. In addition, you may only transfer up to 50 percent of the credits required for any major, minor, certification or concentration.
·         For those transfer students who have attended institutions without regional accreditation, the Registrar’s Office will review transcripts for credit on a case by case basis.
 

 

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