Who is a Transfer Applicant
Students who have attended any post-secondary institution after high school graduation are considered transfer applicants, regardless of the number of credits attempted or earned.
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Application Priority Deadline Dates:
- Fall 2014: August 15
- Spring 2015: November 15
- Fall 2015:May 1
(We encourage you to apply early in the semester prior to your intended enrollment at ESU. Applications received after the priority deadline date will be considered on a space-available basis)
How to Apply:
- Submit a completed online application form.
- Pay the non-refundable application fee of $45
- Submit official transcripts from all college or post-secondary institutions currently and previously attended. (transcripts from foreign institution must be translated by an approved evaluation agency. See Transfer Evaluation)
- Submit your final high school transcript with graduation date, or GED test results from the state of issue as proof of graduation or equivalent. (If you will transfer with an earned Associate or Bachelor degree your high school/GED results are not required).
*It is the applicant's responsibility to supply the Office of Admission with the necessary documents (application form; fee; official transcripts) to complete their application. The Office of Admission reserves the right to withdraw an application if the required information to complete the file is not received by the respective deadline date.
Mailing Address: Official transcripts must be sent directly from the sending institution to:
Office of Admission
East Stroudsburg University
200 Prospect Street
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
Transfer Admission Criteria:
- Transfer applicants must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA (based on a 4.0 scale), 12 college-level credits, and must be in good academic standing for admission consideration. Applicants with less than 12 college-level credits will be evaluated using a combination of official college GPA, high school record, and SAT/ACT scores for admission consideration.
- The following academic programs have higher admission criteria. Admission to Special Programs
Please Note: A combined GPA is calculated for applicants who have completed credits at multiple institutions. Applicants must maintain the minimum GPA of a 2.00 on the final official college transcript. Applicants not offered admission to their first choice major will have an opportunity to choose another major.
- Computer Science/Computer Security
- Hotel, Restaurant, & Tourism Management
- Nursing (Closed for fall 2014)
- Recreation Services Management
- Rehabilitative Services
- Speech Language Pathology (Closed for fall 2014)
- Sport Management
- Teacher Certification Programs