Overview

Augsburg University offers the opportunity for transfer students to complete their degree in the city of Minneapolis at a University that is small for its students and big for the world. Whether students are transferring from a community college or another four year university, Augsburg’s transfer friendly curriculum transfer process allow for students to pick up where they left off and complete their degree in a time efficient manner. Augsburg’s faculty, staff and student services are committed to providing support and student life opportunities for our transfer students and create connections early. Transfer students are able to feel right at home and are able to be successful academically, socially and personally at Augsburg.

Transfer student profile

Transfer students in 2019
252

Transfer student race/ethnicity (excludes international)
18% African-American
<1% American Indian/Alaskan Native
5% Asian
20% Latinx
<1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
51% White
5% Multiracial
<1% Race/ethnicity unknown

Credit transfer

Augsburg offer specific advantages to students who have completed an AA, a transfer pathway or the MNTC, and have a cumulative 2.0 GPA or better. After a course-by-course evaluation, students can be considered an advanced transfer and have all Liberal Arts Foundation courses waived. Advanced transfers still need to fulfill the modern language requirement (2 semesters) and one religion course. Students without an AA degree will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis. View our transfer guides

Specific requirements/acceptance
A.A. accepted
Minnesota Transfer curriculum accepted
Minimum GPA: 2.0 or higher 

Application deadlines

Fall:
Early Priority, March 15
Priority, July 1
Final, Aug. 15

Spring:
Priority, Nov. 1
Final, Dec. 15

Scholarship

Day students only:
Transfer Regents ($16,500-$25,500)
Fine Arts ($3,000)
International Student Scholarships ($25,000-$30,000)
PTK Scholarship ($2,500)
Honors Scholarship ($26,500)
President’s Scholarship ($32,000)

Contact information

Other Student paths

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Adult learners

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Graduate

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