You’ve chosen a college before; you know what information you need to gather to make your decision.
When you transfer to Saint Joseph’s College, we’ll help you transition into an education built on Christian values and traditions. Here you will find a collegiate experience that will challenge, strengthen, and prepare you for a lifetime of living and learning. You’ll learn through hand-on programs designed for real-world application.
To apply, please follow these simple steps (BSN completion included):
Transcripts are evaluated on an individual basis, and credits are transferred at the discretion of the Registrar. Once all transcripts are received and evaluated, your admission status will be determined and your Credit Transfer Report will be mailed or given to you.
SJC is committed to making a quality private education as afford¬able as possible for students. Aid comes in the form of scholar¬ships, grants, loans, or campus employment. Transfer students may qualify for a Transfer Scholarship and may also be eligible for other assistance based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA).
To be considered for financial aid from SJC, you must:
Visiting is the best way to determine if SJC is the right college for you. A variety of visit options are available either during the week or on weekends throughout the year. Let us know what you’d like to do while on campus, and we’ll make all the arrangements. To schedule your visit, call the Office of Admissions at 800.477.8781 or register online at www.saintjoe.edu.
Find more information on transfer academic scholarships and performance scholarships.
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