Transfer Students

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Transfer students who have attended two-year or four-year colleges and who have a college average of at least “C” (2.0) are eligible to apply for admission.  Transfer applicants must submit an application for admission indicating all previous institutions attended.

Transfer students who are admitted from colleges accredited by the appropriate regional/career/faith based accrediting body as listed in Accredited Institutions of Postsecondary Education will be considered for transfer.  In most cases, a minimum grade of “C” is required for a course to be eligible for transfer.  For students who have earned an associate or higher degree, courses with a grade of “D” may also be eligible for transfer.

Acceptance of transfer credit is based upon course content and the specific curricular requirements of the program in which a student intends to matriculate.  Credit evaluations are completed upon receipt of all transcripts from institutions previously attended, and upon acceptance to Daemen College.

Final official high school and college transcripts indicating honorable dismissal from the last college attended must be sent directly to the office of admissions.  Daemen College does not require high school transcripts of those applicants who have earned an associate’s or higher degree.

For detailed information on the transfer policy at Daemen College please visit the registrar’s website.

Updated on April 3, 2023

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