Rachel Blume, English literature & new media major, was notified in March 2014 she'd been accepted into the University of Washington's top-ranked master's in library and information science program.
Nearly all Marylhurst students – more than 90 percent – are transfer students.
Whether you are currently taking coursework at a regionally accredited college or university, or you started working toward a degree years ago, we can help you through the process of transferring to Marylhurst to complete your bachelor's degree.
Our knowledgeable admissions advisers will make sure you get the maximum possible benefit from your previous academic work.
We can help you with:
If you have earned your Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree, you'll be granted junior standing for purposes of financial aid. You will still need to complete all major and remaining general education requirements.
Course-by-course credit transfers
We'll look at each class you've taken to determine which courses will transfer into your preferred major, and how many credits you have left to earn at Marylhurst. We also can help you with transferring credits from international institutions. Get a free transfer evaluation.
Some of our programs have distinct transfer and enrollment requirements. We'll show you how your past credits will place in a specific program. View program transfer agreements.
Credit for prior learning
Your college-level learning gained outside the traditional classroom may qualify for Marylhurst credit. Learn more.
We encourage you to talk with us now, even if you're just thinking about Marylhurst as a transfer option. Some of our academic programs have application deadlines, and we also can guide you through the process of applying for financial aid and scholarships so you can meet those deadlines.