Pathway to Becoming A Neumann Knight

1. Am I A Transfer Student?

You will be applying as a transfer student at Neumann University if:

  • You have completed college credits after your high school graduation.
  • You have completed anywhere from a semester to your Associate’s Degree or beyond.
  • You already have completed a Bachelor’s degree and are looking to enroll in a second undergraduate degree

You will be applying as a Degree Completion student if you are looking to come back to college and complete an online bachelors in Business and Organizational Studies or Public Safety Administration. Visit the Degree Completion page for more information on those programs and admission requirements.

If you are unsure of your standing please reach us in the admissions office to speak with a transfer counselor at or 610-558-5616.


2. Choosing My Major

Neumann University offers 48 academic programs to choose from:


The nursing major has additional requirements if you are interested please visit the page for transfer nursing students.

Nursing Applicant?

Visit our bachelor's degree completion page to learn more about our fully online PSA and BOS programs.


3. How Do I Apply?
  1. Complete our free online undergraduate application.
  2. Submit official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions. Incomplete transcripts must be updated with final official transcripts as soon as all coursework is completed.
  3. If you have completed fewer than 12 college credits, you must arrange to have your final high school transcript and test scores (SAT/ACT) sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admission, or official GED results sent directly from the Department of Education. Applicants who have already earned an Associate’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited, degree-granting institution are not required to send an official high school transcript or equivalency diploma (i.e. GED). 4. Find out more information about our Transfer Nursing program.
  4. Find out more information about our Transfer Nursing program.

Please arrange to have all past official transcripts individually sent to Neumann University Admissions Office. A student may also provide unofficial transcripts for evaluation as we await the arrival of the official documents. We will accept official transcripts via ground mail or electronic copies through email. These documents can be sent to:

One Neumann Drive. Aston, PA. 19014. Or to

All required materials will appear in a student’s application checklist after application is submitted. Depending on the intended major and applicant there may be additional items needed that our admissions team will communicate with you in your process.



4. See How My Credits Transfer

Neumann is proud to be able to offer free preliminary credit reviews for all students. To see how your credits transfer over into your intended major, email your unofficial transcripts to Sarah Margulis, Assistant Director for Transfer Outreach and Recruitment, at If you’ve completed courses at multiple institutions, all transcripts will be required to receive your preliminary credit review. Students are also encouraged to schedule a 1:1 Appointment with Sarah to review their transfer credits. Appointments can take place via phone or video chat with evening and lunch hour timeslots available to accommodate your schedule.


5. How Will I Pay?


Neumann University offers scholarships ranging from $12,000 - $17,000 simply by holding a cumulative GPA of 2.0 and higher. These scholarships and grants are awarded every fall and spring to Full-Time transfer students.


Please file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form by March 1 prior to the academic year for which you will be enrolling. As a transfer student, you may already have your FAFSA completed for the year as you transition over to Neumann. You would not need to complete an additional FAFSA but you can access your current FAFSA to add Neumann University’s school code: 003988 to your application.


Neumann University is also proud to offer a $3,000 per year ($1,500 per semester) award to Phi Theta Kappa members. Neumann University's Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship may be awarded in addition to a student's merit scholarship.


6. Still Have Questions?


Sarah Margulis

All Transfer Students


Transfer student resources through our Center for Career & Professional Development can help you achieve your personal and professional goals at any stage of your education.

The moment you are accepted to Neumann University you can take advantage of our major and career exploration with your advising team, begin to plan your internship experience and get the help you need writing your resume and cover letter.




I believe the key to success in college depends on two things: determination and feeling like you belong. At Neumann University, I found both.

Sumbul Kiroglu Transfer Student Health Science Major


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Thinking of Transferring?

Interested in Transferring to Neumann University? This is your pathway to becoming a Neumann Knight! Each year more than one hundred students come to Neumann from community, state, and private colleges and universities to continue their education. From partnership agreements to GPA-based scholarships, we strive to make the transfer process as seamless as possible for incoming students.

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See how your credits will transfer into Neumann University by sending your transcripts to and scheduling a 1-1 appointment with a transfer counselor for a preliminary evaluation.


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Merit Based Transfer Scholarships

  • Francis Scholarship: Cumulative GPA of 3.50-4.00: Up to $17,000.00
  • Clare Scholarship: Cumulative GPA of 3.0-3.499: Up to $16,000.00
  • St. Joseph of Cupertino Scholarship: Cumulative GPA of 2.5-2.99: Up to $15,000.00
  • Heritage Scholarship: Cumulative GPA of 2.00-2.499: Up to $12,000.00

Transfer_Honor_Roll_24_GoldNeumann University is also proud to offer a $3,000 per year ($1,500 per semester) award to Phi Theta Kappa members. Neumann University's Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship may be awarded in addition to a student's merit scholarship.