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Transfer students are a welcome addition to Mount St. Mary's University. Transfer students are eligible for admission for either the fall or spring semester.
Mount St. Mary's is committed to helping those students who have received their Associate's Degree from a community college graduate with a Bachelor's Degree in two years. Each student will be assigned an academic advisor to help the student plan the remaining two-year course of study.
Distinctive Transfer Initiatives:
- Need-Based Grant for All Commuter Students
- Free Textbooks for AA Degree Transfer Students
- Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
Free Books -Awarded to all full-time, AA degree transfer students for four consecutive semesters. Verification of the AA degree must be listed on an official transcript. Students must transfer from a community college with their AA degree to qualify. This award is for MSMU Main Campus transfer students only, and for books made available through the campus bookstore.
Transfer Application Requirements
Transfer students should submit all application materials by June 1st for fall semester and by December 1st for spring semester. Generally, transfers should have a minimum cumulative grade average of a 2.5 on a 4.0 scale, although each application is reviewed individually.
- A completed application (Transfer Application)
- $45.00 application fee
- Final official copy of your secondary school transcript (waived for those out of high school for 10 or more years)
- Official transcript from all colleges or universities attended
- At least one recommendation from a professor who taught you an academic course during the last two academic years.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
If you plan to apply for financial assistance, you should click here for more information and to download necessary applications.
You can view our transfer scholarships here.
Transfer Day, Every Day
Mary Catherine James, Senior Associate Director of Admissions and Transfer Coordinator, welcomes studens to meet with her 1-1 to discuss transfer credits to the Mount. During your meeting, you will have the opportunity to share your story and ask questions with our transfer expert, have your official/unofficial transcript reviewed (bring a copy from all institutions attended), take a tour of our beautiful campus, discuss scholarships and financial aid, and eat on campus if you desire. Your meeting is your time to get your answer. You must call (800-448-4347) to register and reserve your interview time.
Students should also feel free to contact our Transfer Coordinator:
Mary Catherine James
Senior Associate Director of Admissions/