Creighton welcomes transfer students from around the world at the beginning of both our spring and fall semesters. Transfer students are those who:
- Have been out of high school for at least one semester
- Have completed at least 12 credit hours of college-level coursework
If you graduated high school before 2011, you are considered a ‘Professional Student’ and will be working with the College of Professional Studies.
As an admitted Creighton 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.
Here’s a convenient checklist that tells you step-by-step what you have to do to join us on campus and when you need to do it:
Complete and submit your Application for Undergraduate Admission.
- Please write your Personal Statement answering the question “Why are you looking to transfer to another institution?”
Send your high school transcript to our Admissions Office. Please also submit transcripts from all of the institutions you have attended since graduating high school.
Submit your official ACT or SAT scores (if you have completed less than 24 semester units or 36 quarter units at the time of application).
Submit a letter of recommendation.
Find out more about our credit-transference policy.
Admitted students can make a deposit to secure their spot at Creighton today.
Finally, find out what you need to know before making the move to Creighton, everything from setting up your Creighton email account to submitting your immunization record.