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 (links above) and secure a recommendation from the Dean of Students at the institution he or she is currently attending.
The priority deadline for the spring 2018 semester is December 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 transfer guides: a comprehensive listing of courses that can be transferred from Bucks, Morris, LCCC, Montgomery, NCC, Raritan Valley and Warren County Community Colleges.
Transfer Application Checklist
- Complete the Transfer Application
- Dean's Recommendation for Transfer Admissions
- Official College/University Transcript
- Official Final High School Transcript
- Writing Sample
- Complete FASFA with School Code 003301
If you are applying to Accelerated Post-Bac Nursing or RN to BSN program, please apply at moravian.edu/gradapply
Transfer Merit Scholarships
Community College Fellows
Students transferring from a community college with superior academic achievements and who are active members of PTK are eligible to receive $20,000 annually.
Phi Theta Kappa
Students transferring from a community college who are active members of Phi Theta Kappa will receive a merit scholarship of $15,000 annually.
Students transferring from a four-year institution are eligible to receive a merit scholarship up to $20,000 annually.