Transfer Admissions

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There's no better place to continue your education than Molloy University

Thinking about making a change? Join us at Molloy University, where you'll find a supportive and inclusive environment that helps you achieve your educational and professional goals.

We have more than 50 academic programs that provide hands-on learning experiences and global opportunities. Molloy University provides you with the tools and resources you need to excel on your career path. Our dedicated admissions counselors will assist you in evaluating your credits so you can enjoy a seamless transition along your journey toward completing your bachelor's degree.

Experience the Molloy difference with small class sizes, accomplished faculty, flexible learning options, and academic programs that prioritize your success. At Molloy, you'll find opportunities for experiential learning, cutting-edge labs and facilities, and clinical, internship, and international learning and service options too, through both study abroad and focused travel.

Ready to learn more about transferring to Molloy University? Simply fill out the form below, and we'll be in touch.

Transfer Process at a Glance

  • Application Process

    Transfer students should submit all official college transcripts from previously attended institutions. You may request a credit evaluation interview before applying. Submit your application and required transcripts as early as possible, but no later than January 1 for Spring semester admission or August 15 for Fall semester admission. Note that some programs have limited seats each semester and may have earlier deadlines or reach capacity before their stated deadlines.

  • Admissions Requirements

    If you don't have an associate's degree or higher, submit your high school transcript as proof of graduation. Transfer students must be in good academic standing at their previous college, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 for most majors. Specific programs have higher GPA requirements, such as:

    Allied Health: minimum 2.5 GPA

    Education: minimum 2.7 GPA

    Nursing: minimum 3.0 GPA (limited enrollment)

    Accelerated Nursing Programs: minimum 3.3 GPA

    Social Work: minimum 2.7 GPA with an interview

    Speech-Language Pathology: minimum 2.5 GPA

    All Dual Degree Programs: minimum 3.0 GPA

  • Transfer Credit Evaluation

    Molloy University awards transfer credits for courses with grades of "C" or better. Transfer students from regionally accredited two-year colleges can receive up to 64 credits, while students from regionally accredited four-year institutions can receive up to 98 credits. In some cases — but not all — students with an AA, AS, or AAS degree will have all General Education Requirements waived, except for three credits in Theology and Religious Studies and three credits in Ethics, unless these credits are transferred and accepted at the time of admission

Transfer Evaluation System (TES)

Molloy makes it easy to transfer credits from another institution. The Transfer Evaluation System (TES) can be used as a resource to view course equivalences from your college or university to Molloy University. To get started, please choose your school!

If you do not see your college listed, this does not mean that your courses will not transfer! Please feel free to reach out to one of our admissions counselors for more information.

Articulation Agreements and Joint Admissions

Molloy currently offers Joint Admissions with Nassau Community College, Suffolk County Community College, and Queensborough Community College. Students in the Joint Admissions Program will automatically be considered for transfer scholarships, academic achievement grants, and Phi Theta Kappa scholarships at Molloy. For additional information please contact the Office of Admissions at (516) 323-4000 or



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Office of Admissions

Wilbur Arts Center, Room 226
1000 Hempstead Avenue
Rockville Centre, New York 11570