Transfer Application Forms
How to Apply:
Your essay may be typed and sent directly to email@example.com if you have not already submitted it. The essay should be a statement that addresses your reasons for transferring and the objectives you hope to achieve.
- Proof of high school graduation
- On Campus students must submit official high school transcripts or a copy of their GED certificate
- Online students must submit official high school transcripts, a copy of their GED certificate, or a copy of their high school diploma
- Official college transcripts
- Most college transcripts can be requested online; check with your school.
All transcripts must be official copies and can be delivered either via mail to 263 Alden Street, Springfield, MA 01109, or electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letter of Recommendation (Optional)
The letter of recommendation can be from anyone except for a family member, but should be academic. The letter of recommendation can be sent via mail or electronically to email@example.com as long as it comes directly from the author, not the applicant.
Transfer College Report (On Campus Students Only)
To complete the transfer college report, fill out section one and scan and email it to the Dean’s Office or equivalent at your former school(s) and ask them to complete section two and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We recommend calling your former school to find out who completes these forms so that you can send it directly to the correct person. This form MUST come directly from the person who completes the form. This form cannot be submitted by the applicant.
SAT/ACT Scores (Optional)
Springfield College is SAT/ACT optional for all programs
2023-2024 FAFSA (Spring 2024 Enrollment Only)
If you plan to apply for need-based financial aid in the 23-24 academic year, it is highly encouraged that you complete your 23-24 FAFSA before you complete your admissions application. If you have already completed your 23-24 FAFSA, please make sure to add Springfield College to it. Financial aid for students is packaged and awarded after acceptance to Springfield.
Some programs have additional requirements. Contact the Office of Admissions for more information.
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