TRANSFERmation sessions will be held on the first Friday of February, March, and April at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. (followed by a campus tour). These sessions are open to anyone seeking information about the transfer process and scholarship opportunities. If you are attending an session, you may bring unofficial transcripts for a preliminary credit evaluation, which will be emailed within 48 hours of your visit.
If you are applying for the next available semester, you can request an instant decision appointment during your info session visit.
To be eligible to receive an on-the-spot decision:
You must bring official transcripts from all institutions where credit has been earned. If you have completed fewer than 30 college credits, you must bring an official high school transcript with SAT or ACT scores. If you do not bring official documentation, admission decisions may be provisional or not immediate.
You should have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher to be evaluated for an immediate decision.
Please note: If you have already been offered admission, accepted your offer, and need to register for classes, please schedule your orientation program instead.
One-on-One Transfer Appointments
Schedule a one-on-one meeting to discuss admission, financial aid, and your transition to Arcadia University with one of our transfer counselors.
Bring official copies of your transcripts for a credit evaluation. If you are applying for the next available semester, you may be able to receive an on-the-spot decision.
Additional Visit Options
If our Transfer Visit Options do not work for you, we offer general campus visits as well. Attend a general information session or schedule a personal meeting, designed for incoming first-year or transfer students. Check the Visit Calendar for available dates/times and registration.
Information Sessions and Campus Tours are offered on weekdays and Saturdays. The sessions provide an overview of what Arcadia has to offer and a campus tour with a current Arcadia student.
Personal Meeting + Campus Tour
One-on-one meetings are set aside for transfer, non-traditional and/or students with extenuating circumstances. The visit includes a one-on-one meeting with an Enrollment Management counselor and a campus tour with a current Arcadia student.
Planning a Visit?
If you are traveling to the Glenside campus from more than 250 miles away, you might be eligible for the Arcadia University Campus Visit Grant. We know the importance of a campus visit in the college search, and we understand the challenges associated with the costs of traveling from a distance. Learn more about the Campus Visit Grant.