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Follow the checklist below to apply as a transfer student, an option open to both U.S. and international students. Your admission application serves as your application for merit scholarships.

Transfer students should have a college GPA of 3.0 or higher. If you have completed less than one full year of college, we only look at part of your high school record — typically eight courses.

You are encouraged to apply as soon as your application is complete. Most transfer students will receive an admissions decision two to four weeks after their application is completed.

Fall Application deadline: Rolling March 1 – May 1 (July 1 for Fall 2020 entry)
Fall Admission notification: Rolling April 1 – June 1 (July 15 for Fall 2020 entry)
Fall Financial forms deadline:  Apply at the same time as your application for admission
*CSS Profile for U.S. and international students; FASFA for U.S. students

Spring Application deadline: Rolling October 1 – November 1 (opens early June 2020 for Spring 2021 entry)
Spring Admission notification: Rolling November 1 – December 1 (July 1 – December 1, 2020 for Spring 2021 entry)
Spring Financial forms deadline: Apply at the same time as your application for admission
*CSS Profile for U.S. and international students; FASFA for U.S. students

We do not accept applications through the mail. Most of the application is submitted online:

  1. Transfer Application, including:
  • At least one letter of recommendation from a recent instructor.
    • We strongly prefer a letter of recommendation from a faculty member at your most recently attended college/university.
    • If you have not taken any classes recently, we will accept a letter of recommendation from a mentor, someone who has supervised you at a job or volunteer opportunity, a community leader, or anyone else who can comment on your potential to succeed at Clark.
  • College Report Form  from the registrar or dean of students at your current college
  • Mid-Term Report Form from your current school (required if you’re currently in your first full-time semester of college)
  • Unofficial final secondary school transcript. (Note: Enrolling students will be required to submit official transcripts prior to their enrollment.)
  • Unofficial college transcripts from all institutions attended. (Note: Enrolling students will be required to submit official transcripts prior to their enrollment.)
  1. Optional SAT/ACT scores (school codes: 003279 for CEEB (SAT); 1808 for ACT), only if you want to submit them
  2. CSS Profile (need-based aid for U.S. and international applicants)
  3. FAFSA (federal financial aid for U.S. applicants only)

Additional items to submit if you are an international student:

  1. Optional national examination results (e.g., A levels, GCSE, WASSCE, CBSE, ISCE, CXC, CAPE, etc.)
  2. Required proof of English proficiency if your native language is not English; read more about our English proficiency requirements
  3. Required Foreign Credential Evaluation if you are attending a college or university outside the United States

Application Status and Updates

Watch for our email with information about logging in to the applicant portal to check the status of your application, check for any missing materials, and receive updates.

The Admissions Office may contact you if further information is needed to complete your admission application. If your application remains incomplete, it will be withdrawn, but only after we have attempted to notify you by email regarding the missing materials. It’s your responsibility to ensure your application is complete.

Contact Information

Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate Admissions Office
Office Hours
  • 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday Selected Saturdays in the fall and spring