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Transfer Students

Whether you’re transferring from a community college or another four-year institution, we’re excited to welcome you to 鶹Ƶ! Our goal is your success.

Apply for Admission

To apply to Hope, please submit the following items:

  • Complete the or
  • Official final high school transcript (submitted by your high school or through )
  • Official college transcript(s) (from all previous colleges)

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Scholarships and Financial Aid 


  • Your Hope Admissions application will serve as your application for scholarships
  • Hope offers Transfer Scholarships that range from $5,000-$16,000

Need Based Aid

  • Apply for need based aid by submitting your
  • 鶹Ƶ’s Federal Code is 002273

Financial Aid Award Letter

  • You will receive a financial aid package after you have been accepted for admission.

Test Scores

  • Test scores are optional. However, they can help when awarding a merit scholarship.

Scholarship information 

Costs and financial aid 

Transfer Credits


  • is a user-friendly tool with up-to-date information about how other schools’ coursework transfers to 鶹Ƶ.
    • Create an account in Transferology.
    • Select any courses you have taken or plan to take before transferring to Hope.
    • See a personalized report of courses approved to transfer
      • Match courses approved to transfer
      • Miss - courses not approved to transfer
      • Maybe - courses not yet reviewed for transfer 
  • Request more information from inside your Transferology account to start the evaluation process for any courses in the Maybe column.
  • Your official transcripts are the final step in receiving 鶹Ƶ credit.

Learn more about the credit transfer process 


Living on campus is one of the most exciting parts of being a student at Hope, and you have several options available!

  • We work individually with you to find the best fit, typically placing you with a student your own age and cohort. Housing options at Hope include:
    • Residence halls
    • Cottages
    • Apartments
  • Hope requires students to live on campus through their Junior year. (Unless commuting from home)  

Learn more about residential life at 鶹Ƶ  

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