If you want to transfer to a four-year university with a vibrant and welcoming community and an education offering lifelong critical thinking and strong writing skills, we encourage you to consider Loyola.
Loyola offers the exceptional academic programs, mentoring and networking opportunities, and the liberal arts foundation that will help you transition to the career of your choice—and all the personal and professional experiences that await you in the future.
The deadline to apply early is March 15, but you can apply regular decision as late as July 15.
Any applicant who has enrolled in courses at another college or university after the completion of high school must apply as a transfer student.
Admission for transfer students is selective. The admission evaluation for transfer students is primarily an academic review. A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.70 in previous college work is required.
Transfer Application Requirements
- Common Application for Transfer Students
- $60 Application Fee
- Common Application College Report from each institution attended
- Official High School Transcript
- Official College Transcript(s)
International students require additional application requirements.
Deadlines & Important Dates
See information on deadlines and important dates.
See information on financial aid.
Transfer Credit Evaluation
Detailed credit evaluations will be included with each offer of acceptance. Evaluations are coordinated by the Academic Advising and Support Center.
Credentials Should Be Mailed To:
Undergraduate Admission Processing Center
Loyola University Maryland
P.O. Box 1467
Beltsville, MD 20704
For overnight deliveries that require a physical address, please use:
Transfer Admission Office
4501 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21210
Re-entry students should submit the Common Application for Transfer Students, College Official’s Report, and official transcripts from all other colleges attended since leaving Loyola.
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