We know there is a lot to consider when you are a transfer student. Below you will find some of the most frequent questions we receive. As always, if you have additional questions please contact us.
What Is The Tuition At Bellarmine University?
Tuition, fees, room and board for the current school year can be found online here.
Is A Deposit Or Matriculation Fee Required?
No, transfer students are not required to pay the matriculation fee. It is only required of freshmen who have recently graduated from high school or transfer students who wish to attend Orientation.
What Scholarships Are Available To Transfer Students?
Transfer students who are full-time at Bellarmine are eligible for transfer grants. The amount of the transfer grant is based on your transfer GPA, which includes only the courses that are transferable to Bellarmine. For the 2019-2020 school
year the transfer grant ranges from $20,700-$26,000 per year. Member of Phi Theta Kappa can apply for our Phi Theta Kappa scholarship. If awarded, the PTK scholarship for the 2019-2020 school year is $27,000.
How Do I Apply For Transfer Grants?
Transfer grants are awarded automatically once you have been admitted fully to Bellarmine and your transfer credit evaluation is complete.
How do I apply for federal financial aid?
You will need to apply for federal/state financial aid by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.FAFSA.ed.gov. Bellarmine’s school code is 001954.
What classes will transfer to Bellarmine?
Beginning in spring 2021, there is a new policy in effect for students who transfer in with more than 51 credit hours. To see how this policy may impact your courses, please visit our Transfer Credit Policy page.
An official transfer credit evaluation (TCE) will be completed by the Registrar’s Office once we have received your official transcripts and you have been admitted to Bellarmine. We will only accept college credits from schools that
are regionally accredited.
Does my GPA from my previous college transfer to Bellarmine?
No, your transfer GPA does not calculate into your Bellarmine GPA. The only time your transfer GPA will be calculated with your Bellarmine GPA is if you are applying for a specific program, such as nursing, or you are eligible for graduation
When do I register for my first semester of classes at Bellarmine?
Once you have been admitted to Bellarmine, you will receive an acceptance letter in the mail. The letter will include your advisor’s contact information. Please contact them to schedule an advising and registration appointment.
What majors does Bellarmine offer?
We offer more than 60 majors in the arts and sciences, business, education, nursing and health sciences, communication
and environmental studies.
Am I required to attend Knight u or Orientation?
No, you are not required to attend Knight U or Orientation. These events are specifically for first-time freshmen.
How do I apply for on-campus housing?
How do I arrange a campus visit?
You can schedule an appointment to meet with an admission counselor and/or take a tour of campus just about any weekday. You may schedule your visit by registering online. If you
have questions about scheduling your visit, please contact our Campus Visit Coordinator, Michelle Johnson, at 502.272.8123 or email@example.com.
What is an Official Transcript?
An official transcript documents the academic record of an individual from a school. To ensure the validity of this record, an official transcript is printed on security paper, often featuring a watermark and signature. Unofficial transcripts
are typically copies of this record (printed, emailed or photocopied) and cannot be used for application at a higher education institution. Typically an unofficial transcript will be marked “Issued to Student”. Unofficial transcripts
can be submitted for a preliminary review by completing our Undergraduate Transcript Review Request form.
As a transfer student applying to Bellarmine University, an official transcript must be mailed directly to Bellarmine University’s Office of Admission, should not be marked “Issued to Student”, addressed to the student, or
hand delivered by the student. To submit your official transcript for review, reach out to your previous learning institution and they will help you with their process.
Official transcripts should be directed to:
Office of Admission
2001 Newburg Road
Louisville, KY 40205