Completing Your Degree At Alvernia

Whether you are transferring from RACC, CCP, MONTCO, HACC, or any other two or four year institution, Alvernia University welcomes students wishing to continue their education. We are committed to providing personal attention and flexible class schedules to enable you to reach your goals. We also understand that you've already taken classes, experienced university life and started on your educational journey, so we want to make your transfer process as smooth as possible. To that end, our specialized transfer counselors are ready to help you navigate the process. 

Students seeking to transfer and complete an Undergraduate (Bachelor's) degree, should connect with Undergraduate Transfer Coordinator Bret Krotee to have all earned credits evaluated and apply for admission to the undergraduate program of choice.

Those wishing to transfer credits to complete a degree at an accelerated pace, earn a graduate (Master's or PhD) degree, or want online classes should contact Graduate & Adult Education Enrollment Coordinator Hillary Schulze to participate in three distinct Alvernia programs: Adult Education, Graduate or online coursework.

For all students, the first step is to apply, which can be done easily online via our Alvernia University Application Portal or The Common Application. Once we have received your application for enrollment, Hillary or Bret will guide you along the transfer path, from submitting transcripts to registering for classes.

Alvernia University has other transfer opportunities as well, such as transfer partnerships with other regional schools and  undergraduate transfer scholarships, so please inquire about these - and ask about any other helpful initiatives. We are here to help you every step of the way!

 

Transfer Students
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Undergraduate Transfer
Find out how to transfer to complete your Bachelor's degree in AU's daytime undergraduate programs.
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Adult, Graduate or Online Transfer
Details about enrolling in AU Graduate, Online or Adult Education programs.