Saint Francis University classes will be operating on a 2 hour delay for Friday, November 16, 2018. View the compressed class schedule.
Students who have attended a college/university full time since graduating from high school may apply as a transfer applicant. The university operates on rolling admission and encourages transfer applicants to apply at least two weeks prior to their desired entrance term.
Submit official high school and college transcripts. Students who have attempted or earned credits from multiple institutions will need to submit an official transcript from each school. Transcripts are considered official when sent by a secure electronic transcript service or in a sealed
envelope by the corresponding institution
Students who have left an institution for reasons other than graduation must complete a College
Clearance Form (provided by Saint Francis University) at the time of application. This form is typically completed by a member of the office of Judicial Affairs, Student Conduct, Dean of Students at your most recent college.
Applicants are required to submit scores from either the SAT I or ACT. Use the codes below to have your official scores sent directly to SFU. These
scores are waived for students who have graduated from high school 5 years or
SAT code #2797
ACT code #3682
Transfer applicants are asked to provide a statement that addresses their reasons for transferring and the objectives they hope to achieve.
Transfer students are required to submit at least one letter of recommendation from a professor who has taught you in an academic subject.
Students applying for admission to the Nursing Program should have the nursing evaluation form completed and submitted instead of the letter of recommendation.
Information can be submitted via:Email:
Mail: Saint Francis University
Office of Admissions
PO Box 600
Loretto, PA 15940
Saint Francis University has articulation agreements for undergraduate transfer admission with the following institutions:
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