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Admissions as a Transfer Student

Moravian College welcomes applications for admission from students currently attending other colleges and universities. A student may be admitted to Moravian as a transfer student at the beginning of either the fall or the spring term.

A candidate for transfer admission may complete the Online Transfer Application and secure a recommendation from the Dean of Students at the institution he or she is currently attending. Candidates may submit a paper Transfer Application which is available from the Admissions Office. The paper application requires a $40 application fee.

The priority deadline for candidates seeking transfer admission for the fall semester is June 1st.

Credit is granted for courses completed with a grade of C or better at regionally accredited institutions. The courses must be the equivalent of courses taught at Moravian or be judged by College to be consistent with Moravian’s curriculum. A maximum of 64 credit hours (16 Moravian College course units) will be accepted from two-year institutions, and a maximum of 80 credit hours (20 Moravian College course units) from four-year institutions.

Please click here for the Lehigh Carbon Community College, Northampton Community College, Montgomery County Community College (PA), and Warren County College transfer guides.

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