We’re Here to Help

If you’ve taken any college-level classes since graduating from high school, you are considered a transfer student. And we get it; it can be stressful to start over at college! With an empathetic ear, we work with you one-on-one to make this process as easy as possible while ensuring your educational aspirations are being heard. Let’s get started!

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Transferring Credits

At CSB+SJU, we will work with you to make sure you are receiving the appropriate credits. Each case is evaluated on an individual basis.

Transfer Student Experience

Students from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences contribute to our diverse atmosphere. By engaging and participating on our campuses, your insights from other campuses can enhance the educational experience for everyone.

A Premier Liberal Arts Education

CSB and SJU are two of America’s top-ranked residential liberal arts institutions. This is a fantastic place to get a quality education.

Quaint Charm Meets Urban Proximity in Collegeville & St. Joseph

While close to amenities of major metropolitan areas, the towns of Collegeville and St. Joseph are small, safe and easy to navigate.

Empowering Diversity with Dedicated Staff & Resources

Dedicated staff and resources like our Multicultural Student Services office and the bright, active Multicultural Center are here for you.

Diverse Campus Community Welcomes Students Worldwide

These campuses are home each year to students from countries like The Bahamas, Brazil, China, Japan, Columbia, Rwanda, Poland, Ethiopia, Vietnam…you’re not alone here!

Scholarships

Merit-based aid is awarded to students based on a combination of their test scores, GPA, curriculum, extracurricular involvement and volunteer work. Students will be notified of their Academic Achievement Scholarships along with their admission decision. There are a number of other merit-based scholarships for transfer students available at CSB+SJU as well. Beyond that, need-based financial aid is available to qualifying students, based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).