For Transfer Students

  • We are excited you are considering Gannon University to complete your degree. As a transfer student, this is not the first time that you have been through the college admission process, but that does not mean you deserve any less attention. Whether you are transferring from a two or four year institution, we want to assist in making your transition as smooth as possible.

     

    Phi Theta Kappa members

    You may qualify for a $13,000 merit award from Gannon based on your Phi Theta Kappa membership. Apply today for the 14/FA semester!

     


  • Transfer Checklist

    Step 1: Visit Campus

    Visit campus. Call 1-800-GANNON-U (1-800-426-6668) ext. 7407, e-mail us at visit@gannon.edu 

    Step 2: Submit a Transfer Application

    Submit either a hard-copy application or an online application to the Office of Admissions. If you are completing a hard-copy application, please also complete the Transfer Applicant Evaluation Form which must be submitted by you to the college/university/institution you most recently attended or are currently attending. We also recommend that you complete the Early Award Application for financial aid consideration.

    Step 3: Request Transcripts

    Request that every college/university/institution you attended send official transcripts to the Office of Admissions, Gannon University, 109 University Square, Erie PA 16541. If you have completed less than 30 college credits or are applying to a health professions program, please have final official high school transcripts mailed to the above address.

    Step 4: Receive Credit Evaluation Materials

    After being accepted to Gannon University, receive your credit evaluation materials from your Academic Dean’s Office.

    Step 5: Submit Enrollment Deposit Form

    Submit your Enrollment Deposit Form with payment to the Office of Admissions to confirm your decision to attend Gannon.

    Step 6: Complete a Financial Aid Application

    Complete a financial aid application (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1 to be considered for need-based financial aid.

    Step 7: Arrange Class Schedule

    You are responsible for contacting the Academic Dean to arrange your class schedule. Refer to your letter of acceptance for contact information. Use GUXpress online to view classes and other important registration information.