Residential Undergraduate

Transferring to Bryan College

We believe that college isn’t just about job training; it’s about preparing you to live a great life.

Your path to a great life might include transferring to a different college. Bryan College understands the complexity of that decision and our Admissions counselors are ready to help you navigate the many factors involved:

Whatever your reasons, if you are a college student in good academic standing, we welcome your application!

"I will not ever forget the guidance Bryan offered me when I was looking to transfer schools. While I was feeling lost, they were working to pave a path that will forever make a difference in my life."

-Jenny Swafford, Psychology, ‘12

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You are considered a TRANSFER student if:

  • You have graduated from high school.
  • You have taken 24 credits or more of college-level courses from a regionally accredited school, since your graduation.
  • You have maintained at least a 2.0 GPA.

Your academic classification is based on the number of attempted credits you have. Remedial and developmental courses are not considered as part of a transfer’s cumulative grade point average. Courses that are comparable to that at Bryan College in level, nature, and content may be accepted for credit toward a degree. Please reference the current catalog for details about transfer credits.

How we invest in your future:

  • Providing personalized admissions counseling.
  • Address your questions and concerns.
  • Help you make the connections you need to make a good decision about transferring.
  • Efficiently manage your application.
  • Help you feel welcome at Bryan College.

What do you need to do?

  • Submit your application.
  • Have official transcripts sent from each college where you have been enrolled.
  • Complete the remaining elements of your application: application fee and essay/interview.
  • Add Bryan College to your FAFSA account.