Overview

A student is considered a transfer student if they have completed any college coursework from a post-secondary institution after graduating from high school. To be considered for admission, a student must have achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 in common transferable courses and meet a level of math proficiency consistent with the standards set by CSB/SJU. A student who has not yet completed 28 semester credits will be evaluated on both high school and college performance.

Students who have credits earned through Post-Secondary Enrollment Option should apply as high school senior applicants.

Transfer student profile

37 Transfer students in 2019

Transfer student race/ethnicity (excludes international)
3% African-American
0% American Indian/Alaskan Native
3% Asian
5% Latinx
3% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
84% White
0% Multiracial
3% Race/ethnicity unknown

Credit transfer

At CSB/SJU, we will work with you to make sure you are receiving the appropriate credits. Each case is evaluated on an individual basis. CSB/SJU will accept credits from another college that is regionally accredited where you received a grade of C of higher, is a class is 100 level or greater, and where a similar course is offered at CSB/SJU. Visit csbsju.edu/admission/transfer-students/transfer-faqs for more detail.

Application deadlines

Fall: April 1
Spring: Dec. 1

Scholarships

Merit-based scholarships ($1,500 to $18,000/year) from the following programs: President’s, Dean’s, Phi Theta Kappa, Art, Music, Theater, Benedictine and ROTC. Scholarship criteria are available online.

Contact information

Other Student paths

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