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Transfer To Creighton

Make the move.

We know: Big changes can be complicated. Our goal is to make your transition to Creighton as smooth as possible. From figuring out which of your course credits transfer to helping you navigate the financial aid process, our admissions counselors are ready to help you through every stage of the process.

Am I eligible to transfer?

If you’ve been out of high school for at least one semester and have completed at least 10 credit hours of college-level coursework, you can apply to transfer. (If you graduated high school before 2019, consider our College of Professional Studies: It’s dedicated to serving adult students completing their undergrad degrees.)

Can I afford it?

As an admitted Creighton transfer student, you’ll benefit from the full Creighton experience, including substantial merit-based scholarships and financial aid, personalized instruction, and opportunities to get involved through student organizations. Most importantly, you’ll hit the ground running thanks to our generous credit-transference policy and feel right at home in our tight-knit, supportive community.

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Priority Deadlines

Let's do this!

We encourage students looking to transfer for fall 2022 to complete their application by July 1, 2022 to allow ample time to receive an admission and financial aid decision and work with their academic advisor on a class schedule that will set them up for success in the fall semester.  We will still accept applications, on a space available basis, after July 1, 2022.

The priority deadline for spring 2022 transfer students is December 1, 2021. We will still accept applications, on a space available basis, after December 1, 2021 keeping in mind that the first day of class is January 12, 2022.

You’ll need to get a few things in order before you can transfer. Here’s what you’ll need to do:

  • Complete an Application for Undergraduate Admission. Your personal statement should answer the question: Why are you looking to transfer to another institution?
  • Line up your transcripts. We’ll need official transcripts from high school and college. Both should be sent to the Admissions Office directly from the institution, either electronically or by mail.
  • Complete a College Official’s Report. Your registrar, dean or another official can fill out this form, which verifies you’re in good standing with your institution.
  • Submit letters of recommendation or test scores — if you like. These are optional.

Take the next steps.

You don’t have to make the trip to Omaha to know that Creighton is right for you. (Although we’d love to meet you.) Our virtual visits mean you can talk to students, chat with an admissions rep and even take a virtual campus tour.