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Undergraduate Transfer Admissions

Learn about transfer admission requirements for Manhattan College, discover our undergraduate transfer resources, and connect with one of our dedicated counselors.

From all of us at Manhattan College—Welcome!

Here are four reasons why you should transfer to Manhattan College:

  1. Personalized support in completing the application process
  2. A generous transfer credit policy that helps you complete your undergraduate degree on time
  3. A seamless integration into our community 
  4. Robust financial aid merit based-scholarships and need-based grants
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Transfer Application Requirements

Generally, you must have a minimum 2.5 GPA at the college or university where you are currently enrolled to be considered for undergraduate transfer admission to Manhattan College. All applicants are evaluated holistically.

For individuals who wish to pursue undergraduate courses (no more than 9.0 credits) on a Non-Matriculated basis, click here.

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Transfer Timeline

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Fall Applicants Fall applicants will receive a decision notification between February and August.
Spring Applicants Spring applicants will receive a decision between September and January.

Which of my Courses Will Transfer?

Manhattan College accepts up to 60 credits from a community college and up to 72 from a four-year institution of higher education. Within 7-10 days of your acceptance to Manhattan College, we will notify you which courses and how many credits from your previous college(s) will transfer in.

Learn more about transfer credits

Schedule an On-Campus or Virtual Appointment

Whether you're looking for an in-person or virtual appointment, our Transfer Counselors are here to answer your questions regarding the application process, credit evaluation, cost of attendance and much more!

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Military and Veterans

Manhattan College is deeply honored to support military service members, veterans and their family members. The offices of Undergraduate Admissions and Veteran Success Programs at Manhattan College are pleased to host a variety of special events such as Military Mondays, a fast-track Admissions event designed for military connected individuals.

Meet with an Admission Counselor to review your application supporting documents – and you may be eligible to receive an admission decision that same day! The Director of Veteran Services will also be available to discuss any benefit-related questions. These events are typically held on the first Monday of each month.

Register for a Military Monday

If you are unable to attend our Military Monday event in-person on-campus, feel free to reach out to schedule a virtual appointment here. For additional questions or if you require assistance, please contact Director of Veteran Services, David Bollert at

  • Veterans Success Programs

    Manhattan College
    For nearly a century, Manhattan College has invested in the education of veterans, spanning from World War I to the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.

Credit will be granted only for specific work when completed at accredited institutions whose quality and course content have been approved for transfer to Manhattan College.

Typically, students are not allowed to transfer in more than 50% of the credits required for graduation. You must take at least half of your courses at Manhattan College which will normally take four semesters of full-time study.

Meet Transfer Students

Want to hear from a few students who decided to transfer to Manhattan College? Watch a video where students explain why they transferred to Manhattan College and learn about their experiences after they arrived.

Still have questions? Get in touch with a counselor.

If you have any questions please contact the Undergraduate Admissions office at (718) 862-7200 or