Transfer Student Admissions
Using our streamlined and shortened Stetson Application or the Common App below, you can submit the admissions application today to maximize your chances for any potential financial aid. Then, follow up with the required school transcripts and a writing sample at a later date.
See How Your Credits Transfer
Prospective transfer students can now search our Stetson database to see if their coursework is transferrable to Stetson and will satisfy general education, elective or major degree requirements.
What You Need to Transfer
Before you proceed, make sure you submit the admissions application to Stetson University first to kick-start the application process. Once it is submitted, you can then do the following:
For the purpose of admissions, we accept self-reported information. Official transcripts from your secondary/high school are required for enrollment.
Official transcripts can also be ordered through Parchment, eScrip or SCOIR and delivered electronically to Stetson University. The Office of Admissions mailing address and fax number are located at the bottom of this page.
All applicants are required to submit a writing sample. The writing sample can use one of the essay topics below or may be a graded paper or essay.
- Discuss an issue of state, national or global concern to you.
- If you could live your life fighting for one cause, what would it be and why?
- Describe a time you did not meet expectations and what impact the experience had on you.
- What gives meaning to your life?
- If you wrote a letter to yourself to be opened in 20 years, what would it say?
Stetson University values academic achievement, commitment to personal values, leadership, talent, character and initiative above standardized testing. Therefore, submitting standardized test results for admission consideration is optional. Score-optional consideration is an alternative for applicants who feel that their test scores don't adequately reflect their level of academic achievement and/or accurately predict their potential. However, if you feel that your test scores are a good reflection of your ability, we are happy to use them for admission consideration along with your other supporting materials.
Stetson University's testing codes are 0756 (ACT) and 5630 (SAT).
Since accuracy is critical, you should have a copy of your high school transcript available to use as a reference. Course requirements are listed below in our Admissions Standards.
Upon receiving an initial admission decision, send an official copy of high school transcripts and complete all other missing requirements. Additionally, final official transcripts are due prior to the first day of class.
Stetson University operates on a rolling basis for the Spring term. For those intending to apply for Fall admissions the deadlines are as follows:
|Decision Plan Deadlines|
|November 11, 2022|
|January 15, 2023|
|February 15, 2023|
It is best to apply as early as possible, but applications will continue to be accepted until the class is filled. The university reserves the right to close the class earlier than dates specified if enrollment goals are met before those dates.
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