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At Emerson, we define a transfer student as anyone with a high school diploma or GED (General Equivalency Diploma) who has matriculated full time at another college or enrolled part-time for three or more college courses (9 or more college credits).?Students with college credits earned prior to high school graduation (e.g., dual enrollment) are considered first-year applicants.
- Articulation agreements: Emerson has articulation agreements with Miami Dade College (MDC) and Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC). These?agreements make?it possible for MDC and BHCC students to maximize the number of credits that they are able to transfer to Emerson. MDC and BHCC students interested in admission to Emerson?through an articulation agreement are encouraged to contact Lisa Yaeger at lisa_yaegeremerson [dot] edu during the?first year of their associate’s degree program.
Admission agreements:?Emerson College has admission agreements with several area community colleges. These?agreements establish guidelines for students interested in transferring to Emerson. A list of participating colleges can be found below:?
Bristol Community College (BCC)
Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI)
Holyoke Community College (HCC)
Massasoit Community College (MCC)
Mount Wachusett Community College (MWCC)
Nashua Community College (NCC)
Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC)?Students who attend one of these partner schools are encouraged to contact the?Office of Undergraduate Admission?for eligibility details and fee waiver procedures.
- Re-applying:?Applicants who?have previously completed an application for transfer admission to Emerson College within the last academic year may submit our?reactivation form. (Previously submitted applications need to include the following documents: Common Application; Writing Supplement; Final High School Transcript (official); Official Transcripts from all previous colleges attended and test scores-unless eligible for waivers.)
Applicants who submitted an application more than one academic year prior must follow the regular transfer admission process.
Supporting Academic Credentials
The following supporting materials are required for transfer applicants. Most application credentials may be submitted online via the Common Application or the Application Portal. Please include your full name and date of birth on any application materials you submit by mail.?
- High school transcript or GED: An official, final high school transcript or GED indicating your date of graduation, is required.
- College/University transcript(s): An official transcript is required from each college or university you have attended. For your current institution, make sure the transcript indicates courses in progress. Successful candidates typically have maintained a 3.0 grade point average in previous college coursework. However, we will consider any special circumstances you list in your application. If you have transcripts from a college or university outside the United States, you need to have them evaluated by World Education Services (WES), Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE), or the Center for Educational Documentation before the application deadline. Processing international credentials may take up to eight weeks, so please allow sufficient time for your documents to arrive by the application deadline. We do not require a Registrar Report.
- Academic recommendation: An evaluation or recommendation is required from someone who has taught you in a college subject.
- Mid-term report: Includes estimated grades from your current semester. If you are not currently attending college, we will waive the mid-term report requirement.
- SAT or ACT test results: SAT code: 3367, ACT code: 1820
- Submitting standardized test scores is optional for transfer students, but students with fewer than 30 completed college credits are encouraged to send their scores if they feel as though it helps their application.? As part of the application review process, the admission committee may request official standardized test scores to be submitted. ?
- International Transfer Students:?
- If you have not completed at least three years of consecutive study (at the secondary or post-secondary level) at an institution that uses English as its primary language of instruction, you are require to take the TOEFL or IELTS exam to be considered for admission.
- If you have completed at least three years of consecutive study (at the secondary or post-secondary level) at an institution that uses English as its primary language of instruction, submitting an SAT or ACT score is optional for transfer students, but students with fewer than 30 completed college credits are encouraged to send their scores if they feel as though it helps their application.? As part of the application review process, the admission committee may request official SAT or ACT test scores to be submitted.??
- For more information, please visit our International Student Requirements page.?
- Educational gaps: If there are any gaps present with your educational history, we will ask you to account for them within your transfer writing supplement.?
You will receive an application acknowledgement via email once your online application has been submitted. You will also receive acknowledgement via email when your application becomes complete, including all supporting credentials.
Additional application materials are required for the following:
- Performing Arts Applicants ?
- Media Production Applicants ?
- Honors Program Applicants ?
- Comedic Arts??
You will be able to submit a Creative Sample in the?Application Portal?after submitting?your Common Application with?Emerson Supplement or Emerson Application,?and application fee payment.
If you submit your application close to or on the application deadline, we encourage you to upload your Creative Sample as soon as possible. We understand that this may delay your Creative Sample submission beyond the application deadline.
If you applied via the Common Application, you will receive an email acknowledgement and instructions for how to create your Emerson?Application Portal?account. You can use the Portal to check the status of your application.
Please keep in mind that it may take up to 2 weeks for credentials to show in our system after they have been received. Materials that are postmarked by the appropriate application deadline will be considered on time. Feel free to contact us if your application materials do not show in the Application Portal within 2 weeks.
We will send you information to the mailing address and email address listed on your application. Please make sure to check your mail and email so that we can provide you with important updates. We also ask that you update your email settings to allow correspondence from?admissionemerson [dot] edu. Remember that if you opt out of emails from Emerson College, you may miss important deadline reminders!