Here at Taylor, we know transferring can be overwhelming, but we are dedicated to making the process as smooth as possible. We believe transfer students add a diversity to campus culture that adds value to everyone’s experience—especially yours.
- Complete Online Application or Common Application
- Give your Christian Character Reference Form to the appropriate person (pastor, youth pastor, small group leader or mentor). Be sure to fill out the top.
- Request final high school transcript to be sent to Taylor University.
- Request your official college transcript(s) be sent to Taylor University.
- Submit your SAT, ACT, and/or CLT scores.
Financial Aid for Transfers
All transfer students are eligible for up to $14,000 in academic scholarships, renewable yearly with a 3.0 Taylor GPA. Various department scholarships and need-based financial aid are also available.
Phi Theta Kappa and American Honors scholars are eligible for a $3,000 per year scholarship.
What if the course you're looking for isn't listed? The tool above will give you an idea of how your credits might transfer, but the Registrar may not have evaluated every course. We're happy to walk you through the process of evaluating your credits. Here's how the process works for transferring credits:
- Once your college transcript is submitted to the Office of Admissions, it’s forwarded to the Office of the Registrar for transfer credit evaluation.
- A maximum of 64 hours of credits may be transferred from an accredited two-year college. You must complete 50 percent of the minimum degree hours at Taylor University. Coursework must have a grade of C- or better to be accepted.
- In lieu of an official transcript, you can complete the Pre-Enrollment Transfer Evaluation Form and submit it directly to the Office of the Registrar for transfer credit evaluation.
Contact Kristin Hoover, Transfer Admissions Counselor, for assistance at 765-744-6855 or firstname.lastname@example.org.