Transfer Admissions Process

We're glad you are considering transferring to Asbury, where you will be joined by transfer students from across the nation and around the world. Fifty or more students transfer to Asbury each year, and we recognize the impact you will make on our campus! We are grateful for your experience and perspective!

> Admissions Standards

  • Minimum of a 2.5 cumulative GPA in 30 or more credit hours from an accredited college or university.
  • Transfer students with less than 30 credit hours of college completed should also have a minimum of a 2.5 cumulative GPA in high school and a minimum SAT combined score of 1020 (Math and Critical Reading sections only) or an ACT composite score of 22.

Students who fall below one or more of these specific criteria can still be admitted on a conditional basis and are encouraged to apply.

> Academic Scholarships

Academic scholarships are awarded to transfer students based on cumulative high school GPA, test scores, class rank and cumulative college GPA. Students who meet two of the three scholarship criteria are encouraged to submit their high school transcript and test scores for consideration.

Award amountGPAACT/SATClass RankGPA to Renew
Level I 15% tuition 3.50 27/1200 top 10% 3.10
Level II 20% tuition 3.70 29/1280 top 5% 3.20
Level III* 30% tuition 3.90 30/1320 top 2% 3.30


Scholarship Criteria for Transfer Students (completion of two qualifies for scholarship consideration):

  • Cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or higher
  • Top 10% of high school class
  • SAT score of 1200  (Math and Critical Reading sections only) or ACT composite score of 27. 

Please visit Financial Aid for more information about Athletics, Worship Arts, Theatre, and Business scholarships and more.

> Application Checklist

Asbury operates on a rolling admissions policy and applications for admission are accepted throughout the calendar year. While there are no specific application deadlines, we would encourage you to apply at the earliest possible date.

  1. Complete the applicationApply online or download a printable version of the application (PDF).

  2. College and University Transcripts – Send an official transcript from each college and university you have attended. Transcripts should be sent directly from the institution to the Office of Admissions.

    • Transfer students who have earned less than 30 college credit hours are also required to submit an official high school transcript along with their SAT or ACT scores. The high school transcript should included courses taken, grades earned, class rank (if available), cumulative GPA and graduation date.

> Questions about Transfer Credit?

Transcripts are reviewed for transfer credit information. If you would like to find out which credits will transfer, you may submit your transcript to the contact information below, even before you apply, or visit the site below for an estimate. Once the transcript evaluation is complete, you will receive an e-mailed preliminary report of your transfer credit. A maximum of 75 semester credit hours  of transfer credit may be transferred for the bachelor’s degree from all sources. Most credits from an accredited institution will transfer if they are applicable to a liberal arts program. Please note, courses of vocational or technical nature are not transferrable.

To order a transcript from your past/current institution, contact the Office of the Registrar at your institution, or visit This site will walk you through placing your transcript order, including delivery options and fees.

Visit the Transfer Credit to Asbury page to search for institutions and their course equivalencies at Asbury. For more information about transcripts please visit the Asbury University Registrar’s webpage. If you cannot find the college you are attending, please email for more information. 

If you have further questions regarding transfer credits, please contact the Asbury University Admissions Office: