Complete Your Bachelor's Degree

Whether you’re transferring from a two- or four-year college or completing your degree after being away from school for a while, we are thrilled to be a part of your educational journey. You’ll fit right in here at the Mount; in fact, 25% of our students are transfer students!

Transfer Admissions Criteria

Application requirements: Completed application, official high school transcript (if you have under 24 college credits), and official transcripts from each college you've attended.
GPA requirement: 2.5+ (2.75 for Nursing)
Application fee: Apply for free!
Application deadline: Apply any time — the Mount has rolling admissions.

Benefits of Transferring to the Mount

The Three Main Questions

1. Will my credits transfer?

We know that you've worked hard to get to where you are, and that's why we accept up to 90 credits - including up to 66 credits from and associate's degree program. The Registrar's office will complete a credit evaluation for each accepted student, telling you exactly how many of your credits will transfer. Click on our transfer credit guide to see how your credits will be applied.

2. How long will it take to complete my degree?

Degree completion time depends on which program the student is pursuing and how many credits are transferred into the Mount. After your credit evaluation, you will know how long your degree will take. For example, if you want to study Nursing, you will need to complete 3 years in the day program or 1.5 years in the evening program.

3. How much is this going to cost?

The amount of credits you transfer is directly related to the cost. Please refer to our Tuition and Fees page for the cost of attendance:

"Transferring to the Mount has been a very positive experience for my college career; they have transfer counselors that help to make the transition easy. If I had to give advice to anyone thinking about transferring to the Mount, I would tell them go for it!"

- Kym Busatti '19
- Kym Busatti '19

Transfer Nursing Fast Facts

  • Selection is held in July and student start the nursing program in the Fall.
  • 3 years to complete when starting in the Fall.
  • Courses meet throughout the day in the traditional semester format.
  • Program takes 6 consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring) to complete.

Required courses prior to selection

  • BIO 1030 Anatomy and Physiology I - 4 credit credit course with lab*
  • BIO 1040 Anatomy and Physiology II - 4 credit course with lab*
  • CHM 1080 Nursing Chemistry Fundamentals - 4 credit course with lab*
  • PSY 1010 General Psychology
  • Sociology Course

*Online course not accepted
Note: Clinicals may be day or evening, any day of the week (including weekends)

Transferring in Five Easy Steps

Only a few steps stand between you and starting classes at the Mount!

  1. Apply! You can apply online at or in person at an Admissions Transfer event.
  2. After you apply, don't forget to fill out your FAFSA to be considered for financial aid using the Mount's school code: 002778
  3. After getting accepted, set up and advisement appointment with your admissions counselor to go over any last questions or register for classes.
  4. Pay your deposit and register for classes.
  5. Attend Transfer Student Orientation to get acclimated to the college and get ready for a great Mount experience!
By The Numbers

Transfer Admissions

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