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Steps to Completing Your Application as a Transfer Student

Credit Evaluations

New!  Transfer Equivalency Guides

Upon admittance to Eastern and receipt of official college transcript(s), you can expect an official credit evaluation mailed to you within one month. A credit evaluation will outline how many credits are transfered and how the credits fit within Eastern's core or major classes.

To be considered for admission, please submit the following:

  • Apply to the College of Arts and Sciences Online. Print. Reinstate.
  • Official high school transcript or official GED
  • Official transcripts are required from ALL universities/colleges attended
  • Reference.  Print.
  • Transfer Evaluation Form.  Print.

Upon completion of these credentials, your application will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee, and you will be notified within 4-6 weeks of their decision.

Materials should be submitted to:

Eastern University
Attn: Undergraduate Admissions
1300 Eagle Road
St. Davids, PA 19087
USA

Scholarships Upon Admittance

Learn More about all scholarships available for Transfer Students

Expectations for Admittance

Eastern University welcomes applications from well-qualified graduates of two-year colleges as well as from students who have earned college credit at other post-secondary institutions.

Transferring Credit

Graduates of regionally accredited two-year schools who earned the Associate of Arts or Associate of Science will receive credit for all courses completed in their degree programs. Other transfer students from regionally accredited post-secondary institutions are granted transfer credit for college-level courses with final grades of C (with equivalent of 2.0 quality points on a 4-point scale) or higher.  Courses with no Eastern University equivalent may be granted elective credit within the corresponding academic department. Technical, professional and pre-professional courses completed at accredited post-secondary institutions are considered individually and may qualify for up to 30 semester hours of transfer credit.

Eastern accepts credit for noncollegiate sponsored instruction and training programs as recommended by the American Council on Education. Distance learning may be accepted in transfer if the credit originates at a regionally accredited college or university and is posted on an official transcript from that institution. Credit for departmental exams and experiential learning posted on transcripts from regionally accredited colleges and universities will be accepted in transfer. Coursework from non-accredited institutions will not be given credit.  Grades and quality points from transfer institutions are not included in the Eastern University grade-point average for entering transfer students, although past performance is considered in judgment of academic progress.

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