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Every transfer journey is unique. Your experiences, goals and expectations are all your own. That’s why at Husson, we keep things personal. We’ll start with a free transcript evaluation, then help you create a customized academic plan that will show you exactly how much time you’ll need to complete your degree.

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Please select “Request Info” to stay connected with Husson. We’ll send you information about your areas of interest and keep you up to date on campus events.

Do you have transfer credits from a previous institution? There’s a button for that, too.

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Transfer Admissions

Information Sessions

In-Person

We invite you to sign up for an on campus Transfer Information Day where you will have the opportunity to take a tour of campus and meet with an admissions counselor to learn more about what Husson has to offer; including evaluation of credits, the admissions process, scholarships and more.

 

October 14, 2022, November 19, 2022, December 2, 2022, February 24, 2023, March 17, 2023 and April 7, 2023

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Virtual

We invite you to sign up for a virtual one on one information session to learn about what Husson University has to offer. You can learn about the evaluation of credits, the admissions process, scholarships and more! We would love to meet you and answer any questions you might have.

 

April 4, 2023, April 11, 2023, April 18, 2023, April 25, 2023, May 2, 2023, May 9, 2023, May 16, 2023, May 23, 2023 and May 30, 2023

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Are you ready to finish what you started?

You're not alone. Hundreds of students transfer to Husson each year, some with just a few college credits, and others looking to transform an Associate's degree to a Bachelor’s or a Master’s.

Whether you are transferring from a community college, looking to maximize your transfer credits, or trying to find an affordable school, Husson is a great choice. Best of all, internship opportunities are available to transfer students right from the start!

Husson offers a Transfer Academic Scholarship* to help students make the transition more affordable.

*For campus-based programs only

Lulu.jpgTransferring to Husson University, I found myself in the midst of a very welcoming environment where the focus was on my growth and excellence.

- Lulu

What is required for transfers?

  • Completed Application
  • Official copies of transcripts for all colleges attended (you may contact your previous college registrar’s office to obtain) 
  • Official high school final transcript (you may contact your high school guidance office to obtain - requirement can be waived with proof of completion of AS degree or higher)
  • Letter of Recommendation (From someone who can speak to your academic performance, preferably) 
  • Essay (topic of your choice)
  • $40 Application Fee

Transfer FAQs

Yes! Husson accepts transfers into these programs for the fall semester of each year. Minimum grade requirements apply. Contact us for more information

Husson’s mailing address is as follows:

Husson University Admissions
1 College Circle
Bangor Maine
04401

Admissions email address: admit@husson.edu

Fax number: 207-941-7935

Yes! Transfer scholarships (GPA, MC & PTK) are awarded automatically upon acceptance.

The Husson FAFSA code is 002043

Husson offers daily tours, as well as transfer specific information days. To sign up click here: https://www.husson.edu/about/visit-husson/

A minimum of 2.0 GPA is required for transfer into Husson University. Specific programs may require higher, contact us for more information.

Husson is proud to offer rolling admissions, year round. (Health programs preferred deadline is January 1)

You do not need to fill out a full application to reapply, we offer a specific re-entry application here: https://admissions.husson.edu/apply/

Yes! Housing is guaranteed for transfer students

Once your Tuition Deposit is paid ($250), your new advisor will provide you with your first semester schedule.

Transcript Evaluation

Are you interested in learning what current credits transfer to a Husson degree? Submit your transcripts for an evaluation.

Start Here

Transfer Agreements

Husson partners with community colleges, regional technical centers as well as many other institutions to make transferring easy. Learn more about how your current credits can transfer to Husson.

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Meet Steph Fazzino

Associate Director of Transfer Admissions

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Steph is the Associate Director of Transfer Admissions at Husson University. She graduated from Herkimer County Community College before transferring to Mansfield University of Pennsylvania where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in 2005. Steph also went on to earn her Master’s degree from California University of Pennsylvania in 2010. Steph realizes how hard it can be to navigate through the transfer admissions process and she is here to help make this process as smooth as possible.

For questions regarding the transfer process students should contact Steph directly at (207) 941-7024 or fazzinos@husson.edu or transfer@husson.edu

Scholarship Opportunities

Transfer Academic Scholarship

Students can earn up to $3,000 per year based off their cumulative GPA at the time of transfer. Award can be combined with Maine Community College Award and Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship.

Maine Community College Award

Students who enter Husson University who immediately matriculate with an Associate’s Degree from a Maine Community College receive a $2,000 per year award.

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship

Students who are members of Phi Theta Kappa who enter Husson University immediately following the completion of their Associates Degree will receive a $1,500 award.

* Students must be enrolled full time (12 credits or higher) in a Bangor based degree program in order to be considered for scholarships