For Transfer Students
Our transfer students quickly discover what makes DeSales so unique compared to their previous schools. From the open door policy of our faculty, to the genuine friendliness of their peers, to smaller lecture class sizes, the DeSales difference lets transfer students know they've come to the right place.
Join us for Transfer Tuesdays and meet with your Transfer Admissions Counselor to discuss transfer credits, scholarships, and completing your college degree. DeSales makes transferring easy and affordable with flexible credit transfer and merit scholarships starting at $21,000. Campus tours are available at our 10am in-person Transfer Tuesdays. Virtual Transfer Tuesdays are available at 2pm.
Will Your Credits Transfer?
With DeSales' generous transfer policy, you can transfer up to 25 three-credit courses toward your DeSales degree — and if you already have your Associate's degree, all your credits will transfer to DSU.*
Wondering which of your credits will transfer?
Or, we'll be happy to give you a personalized, no-obligation transfer credit evaluation.
Top 5 Reasons to Transfer to DeSales University
- You're an individual, not a number
With an average class size of 18 students and a student/faculty ratio of 15/1, faculty, staff students will know who you are and call you by your name.
- Be an insider, not an outsider
With over 120 transfer students enrolling at DeSales University each year, you are not alone! In addition, our Transfer Orientation and Transfer Mentor programs will help make DeSales your home away from home.
- A private education you can afford
With a competitive tuition rate and generous financial aid packages (over 95% of students receive aid), DeSales strives to make attending a private university financially feasible.
- Preparation for the career you want
DeSales has a wide variety of internship experiences available, as well as career guidance, mock interviews, and resume support. DSU’s career services will help you achieve your individual career goals.
- More than classes and books
Outside of the classroom, you can participate in 50+ clubs and organizations, 25 varsity and club sports, and much more; enjoy the opportunities presented by student activities, outreach programs, and campus ministry; and even take advantage of opportunities to travel abroad