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.
The priority deadline for the fall 2021 semester is May 1st. We will start communicating admissions decisions for the fall 2021 transfer class in early February.
Credit is granted for courses completed with a grade of C or better at an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the US Department of Education. The courses must be the equivalent of courses taught at Moravian or be judged by College to be consistent with Moravian’s curriculum. Moravian will accept a maximum of 80 credits which is equivalent to 20 course units.
Transfer Application Checklist
- Complete the Transfer Application
- Interview strongly encouraged (I am excited to meet you!)
- Dean's Recommendation for Transfer Admissions
- Official College/University Transcript
- Official Final High School Transcript
- Current semester course schedule ~ please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Unofficial mid-term grades from your current semester in progress ~ please email to email@example.com
- 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
Core-to-Core General Transfer Agreement
Students who have successfully completed either an associate of arts or associate of science degree will be considered to have completed their entire general education program (core-to-core) with the exception of our U1/U2 requirement. Transfer students must complete either U1 or U2 here at Moravian College. This core-to core agreement does not apply to students who have completed either an associate of applied arts degree or an associate of applied science degree or who do not earn an associate's degree at all.'
Moravian College has transfer partnerships and articulation agreements with Bucks County Community College, LCCC, Northampton Community College, and Raritan Valley Community College.
Please click here for course-by-course transfer guides: a comprehensive listing of courses that can be transferred from Bucks, Morris, LCCC, Montgomery, NCC, Raritan Valley and Warren County Community Colleges.
Students who have graduated from the St. Luke's School of Nursing Diploma Program or who earned an A.A.S. from Northampton Community College or A.S. Warren County Community College and have active RN licensure, who have
- graduated from their basic nursing program at St. Luke's, Northampton Community College, or Warren County Community College within the past three years or
- have graduated from a basic nursing program and practiced at least 1,000 hours as a nurse within the past three years or
- have graduated from a basic nursing program and taken a Pennsylvania State Board approved nursing refresher course within the past year
are eligible to apply for admission to the RN-BSN degree completion program at Moravian College. Upon completion of the required cognate courses, active RN licensure will be transcripted on the Moravian record as 6 units (=24 credits). Individual nursing courses will not be transferred directly. All other transfer courses must be graded C or above. No more than 16 units (=64 credits), excluding the RN licensure, will be transferred to Moravian College from the community college.
Graduates from the Northampton Community College A.A.S. in nursing program who completed NURS 260 (Integrated Concepts for Nursing Care) and NURS 261 (Nursing Practicum) with a grade of C or better will be awarded one additional unit (for the two courses, combined) of transfer credit.
Graduates from the Warren County Community College A.S. in nursing program who completed NSG 205 (Nursing V) and NSG 206 (Contemporary Nursing) with grades of C or better will be awarded one additional unit (for the two courses, combined) of transfer credit.
Transfer Merit Scholarships
Moravian College Community Scholarship
The Moravian College Community Scholarship is a two year, full tuition scholarship awarded to one Northampton Community College (NCC) student and one Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) student wishing to continue their education in the fall of 2021. Learn more and how to apply.
Community College Fellows Scholarship
Students transferring from a community college with superior academic achievements and who are active members of PTK are eligible to receive up to $26,000 annually. ~ Limited number of Fellows Scholarships available.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
Students transferring from a community college who are active members of Phi Theta Kappa are eligible to receive a merit scholarship of up to $22,000 annually.
Students transferring from a four-year institution are eligible to receive a merit scholarship up to $26,000 annually.