We are delighted that you're interested in transferring to Susquehanna!

You are invited to complete either the Susquehanna Success Application for Transfer Students or the Common Application — the choice is up to you!

1. Complete the Susquehanna Success Application for Transfer Students or the Common Application.

2. Official College Transcripts
Submit any and all official college transcripts, including courses taken online.

3. Official High School Transcript
Submit an official high school transcript with your final grades.

4. Optional – SAT/ACT Scores
Applicants with less than two years of college instruction can choose to submit their SAT or ACT exam scores (or both), but can also decide to apply without submitting scores under our test-optional plan. Applicants can indicate this preference on the Susquehanna Success Application or the Common Application. Susquehanna uses a holistic review process to evaluate applications for admission because you are much more than your SAT or ACT scores.

To have your official SAT/ACT scores considered for admission, we can accept them from the testing agency or on your official high school transcript. You may self-report your test scores on your application and we will use those scores in the decision-making process. Susquehanna's College Board code is 2820 and ACT code is 3720.

5. College Official/Dean Report
Upon acceptance, submit the College Official Report, to be completed by the registrar or dean of students office at the most current institution attended.

Please note that some programs have additional admission requirements. The admission committee will review your application once all required materials are received.


Susquehanna University welcomes transfer applications from students who are in good academic, social and financial standing at their most recent institution. Transfer students come from two- and four-year schools. You may transfer a maximum of 65 credits from an accredited institution pending approval from Susquehanna's Registrar. Remedial/developmental courses are non-transferable.

Have questions along the way? Please contact Reuben Councill, senior associate director of transfer admission, at councillreuben@susqu.edu or 570-372-4036.

An academic merit scholarship of up to $32,000 per year is available to transfer students with outstanding academic achievement in their previous college work.

Community college transfer students who are members of Phi Theta Kappa will receive a $5,000 scholarship in addition to their merit award.

Harrisburg Area Community College

Susquehanna University is a proud partner with Harrisburg Area Community College. We maintain an articulation agreement that guarantees the following:

  • 60 credits towards a Susquehanna degree for any student completing an associate degree.
  • Junior status will be automatically awarded for any student completing an associate degree.
  • Housing will be available for any transfer student.

For HACC students who plan to complete their degree at SU, please file this form with both institutions.

For anyone interested in more details about this agreement, please review the fact sheet


Luzerne County Community College

Susquehanna University is a proud partner with Luzerne County Community College. We maintain a dual admission agreement that guarantees the following:

  • 60 credits towards a Susquehanna degree for any student completing an associate degree.
  • Junior status will be automatically awarded for any student completing an associate degree.
  • Housing will be available for any transfer student.

For LCCC students who plan to complete their degree at SU, please file this form with both institutions.

For anyone interested in more details about this agreement, please review the fact sheet.


Reading Area Community College

Susquehanna University is a proud partner with Reading Area Community College. We maintain a dual admission agreement that guarantees the following:

  • 60 credits towards a Susquehanna degree for any student completing an associate degree.
  • Junior status will be automatically awarded for any student completing an associate degree.
  • Housing will be available for any transfer student.

For RACC students who plan to complete their degree at SU, please file this form with both institutions.

For anyone interested in more details about this agreement, please review the fact sheet.


Verto Education

Susquehanna University is a proud partner of Verto Education. Verto provides gap-semester and gap-year experiences to students while abroad. Students complete college-level coursework during their time with Verto before transferring to partners like SU. SU transfer criteria for students participating in Verto can be found here.

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Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870

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Phone & Email

570-372-4260

suadmiss@susqu.edu