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Transfer Students

Transfer Students
Neumann University offers
competitive cumulative
GPA-based scholarships and grants
of $8,000 - $15,000 to qualified
transfer applicants.

Thinking of transferring? Neumann makes it easy! Each year more than one hundred students come to Neumann from community, state, and private colleges and universities to continue their education. From dual admissions agreements to GPA-based scholarships, we strive to make the transfer process as seamless as possible for incoming students.

Consider coming to campus for a tour and meeting with one of our admissions counselors to see why you should make Neumann your choice! See below for more information on the application process for transfer students and a FAQ that will answer most of your general questions about transferring to Neumann.

Transfer Nursing Students please click HERE for more information.


How do I apply?  

1. Complete the online undergraduate application, or complete the conventional paper application when you visit.

2. Completing the application online is FREE!  If you choose to submit a paper application, a $35 application fee is required. 

3. Submit official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions. Incomplete transcripts must be updated with final official transcripts as soon as all coursework is completed.

4. If you have completed fewer than 24 college credits, you must arrange to have your final high school transcript and test scores (SAT/ACT) sent to the Office of Admissions, or official GED results sent directly from the Department of Education to the Office of Admissions. 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).


5. For assistance with the application and a full description of admissions requirements, please consult your program description page, the course catalog, or better yet, speak with your admissions counselor when you visit.

Schedule a campus visit and see why Neumann University is where you belong.

You’ll go on a tour of our campus with a Neumann Navigator - a current student who can share some of his/her experiences of Neumann with you. Afterwards, you’ll have the opportunity to meet with an admissions counselor to discuss your program’s specific requirements. Financial Aid counselors are also available to answer any of your questions. A couple hours of your time will bring you a lot of clarity regarding your future.You’ll leave with:

  1. Your Neumann University scholarship and grant qualification

  2. A better understanding of the University and of financial aid

E-mail us today at or call the 610-558-5616
(toll-free 1-800-9-NEUMANN) to schedule your visit. We look forward to seeing you
on campus soon!


Dual Admissions

Neumann University offers Dual Admissions transfer agreements with the following two-year institutions:

  • Delaware County Community College
  • Montgomery County Community College
  • Rowan College at Gloucester County
  • Delaware Technical and Community College - Wilmington
  • Delaware Technical and Community College - Dover
  • Delaware Technical and Community College - Newark
  • Delaware Technical and Community College - Georgetown
  • Bucks County Community College

The purpose of these agreements is to make the process of transferring to Neumann as seamless as possible. If you attend any of these institutions, please visit your transfer office for more information on the Dual Admissions agreement with Neumann.







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  • Question: How do I transfer credits from another institution to
                    Neumann University?

      For college credit to transfer into Neumann University, the following criteria must be met: You took courses at an academically accredited, degree-granting institution. You earned a grade equivalent to a "C" or higher (2.0 on a 4.0-point scale). The courses are considered comparable in content, nature, and intensity to those offered at Neumann University. Once a transfer applicant has been offered admission, their official transcripts are forwarded to the Registrar’s Office.

    They will perform an official credit evaluation that will be sent to the student 2-3 weeks after our offer of admission.
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  • Question:  I would like to visit Neumann University and take a tour.
                    What do I do?

    Please click HERE or call 610-558-5616 to register for an information session or tour of campus.
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  • Question:  I would like to transfer but, when should I send in my application?

    Please send in your application the semester before you would like to attend Neumann University. Students are welcome to apply at any point due to our rolling admissions. You should apply for transfer to Neumann no later than three weeks before classes begin for fall or spring semesters. Please note, housing is not guaranteed and is on a first come first serve basis. After you apply, we will let you know if we need additional information (transcripts, course descriptions, etc.) from you.
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  • Question:  I don’t have 12 transferable credits.  Should I apply as a transfer?

    The admissions committee will let you know if you meet the transfer requirements or if we need to hold your file pending completion of certain courses
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  • Question:  If I am currently in a course that is needed to fulfill Neumann’s
                    transfer requirement, should I apply?

    Yes. Please apply and the admissions committee will review your file. We will let you know if we need additional information or we need to hold your file pending final grades from the course.
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  • Question:  What are the important deadlines for transfer students?

    Neumann uses a rolling admissions schedule. However, all prospective students are urged to apply early. Some majors, such as Nursing, fill more quickly than others.
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  • Question:  May I live off campus?

    You have the choice to live on or off campus. On-campus housing is not guaranteed.
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  • Question:  How do I make an appointment to meet with a transfer counselor?

    To schedule an appointment, please call the Office of Admissions at 610-558-5616 to set up an appointment with your personal admissions counselor.
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  • Question:  I have been accepted, what do I do next?

    There is valuable information in your acceptance packet. The first step is to send in your deposit form and either $500 for resident students or $200 for commuter students. Once the deposit is made, you will need to set up an appointment to register for classes. There will a flyer in your acceptance packet with contact information. 
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  • Question:  When will I meet with my advisor to register for classes?

    All transfer students who have paid their deposit will register for classes with a faculty advisor. You may contact the Academic Advising Center if you have more questions at 610-361-5222.
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  • Question:  When do I apply for financial aid, and what are the deadlines?

     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. This date is not a deadline. It is a priority date, and meeting it will help ensure that you are considered for the most aid available. If you do not have computer access, you may file a paper FAFSA form.
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  • Question:  Does Neumann offer transfer scholarships?

    Yes. Neumann University offers scholarships ranging from $8,000 - $15,000 simply by holding a cumulative GPA of 2.0 and higher. These scholarships and grants are awarded every fall and spring to transfer students.
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  • Question:  If I have further questions that are not listed above, whom should
                    I contact?

    Please email the admissions office at or call us at 610-558-5616.
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