RACC RCSP recipients

RACC President Dr. Susan Looney with RACC RCSP transfer scholarship recipients Allison Herb and Troy Tranly 

 

A special partnership between Reading Area Community College (RACC) and Alvernia empowers RACC students and graduates to lead the pack as they continue their education. RACC transfer students experience a smooth transition, and many RACC transfer students receive financial aid. In fact, RACC students and graduates can apply for a combination of transfer scholarships up to $21,000/year, and Alvernia will award two full-tuition packages to RACC students who reside in the City of Reading in 2020.

 

Undergraduate transfer students wishing to enroll in daytime classes at the main Reading campus to earn a Bachelor's degree should contact Assistant Director for Undergraduate Transfer Students Arielle Phillips via email or by calling 610-796-8207.

 

Graduate transfer students and those wishing to participate in accelerated Adult Education or online courses should contact Graduate & Adult Education Enrollment Coordinator Lori Korch via email or by phone at 610-796-5187.

Transfer Partnerships
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Apply
Request your transcript from RACC and complete the Alvernia University Application for Admission.
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Earn Scholarships
Learn about transfer scholarships for which you may be eligible.
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Transfer Credits
Contact an Alvernia transfer coordinator as soon as possible so you can be sure your transition to Alvernia will be seamless.
Reading Collegiate Scholar Transfer student, Margarita Cornejo-Jimenez.
RACC Transfer Student Outcome
RACC transfer student Margarita Cornejo-Jimenez looks to complete her Accounting degree in just three additional semesters with Alvernia's generous transfer policy.