Transfer Student Admissions
Forge a new trail at Bethany
Every Bethanian comes from somewhere else. You’re no exception. We invite you to become a valued part of our academic and residential community. You’ll find all the support you need to plug in, succeed as a student, and see your career dreams come to life.
Get Transfer Help
Our enrollment team specializes in assisting students like you with the transition to Bethany College. Get answers to all your questions about credit transfers, transcripts, housing, and more.
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Steps to Enroll
- Complete a Transfer Admission Application.
- Submit official copies of academic records from all high schools, colleges, or universities previously attended. Each copy must bear the stamp or seal and signature of a school official attesting that it is a true copy of the original.
- Download, complete, and submit a Statement of Good Standing. The Student Life or Dean of Student Office at the current college and/or university you are attending will need to complete a portion of this form.
- Review our Transfer Credit Policy. (For instance, credit will be granted only for a grade of “C-“or better.)
To be considered for admission:
- You must have a minimum of 12 (post high school) college level credit hours. If you have less than 12 college level credit hours, an admission decision will be made based on a review of both your college and high school coursework, along with SAT or ACT scores.
- We must receive an official transcript to conduct an official review of your college courses. An unofficial review may be conducted with an unofficial transcript but a student cannot be guaranteed transfer credits without an official transcript review.
- If you’re applying to transfer mid-term, please submit courses that are in progress along with mid-term grades if available. A conditional decision may be made prior to final grades being submitted at the end of the term. Once a final official transcript is submitted, and grades are deemed to be at a transferable level, a student may be fully accepted to Bethany College.
How to Submit Documents
Mail: All documents not submitted electronically should be sent to the Bethany College Office of Admission at this address:
Bethany College Center for Enrollment
31 E. Campus Drive #4
Bethany, West Virginia 26032
Meet The Faculty
October 1* – FASFA Opens
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid opens for the following academic year. File your FAFSA as early as possible. Enter our college code: 003808. (*Delayed until December 1, 2023 for 2024-25 academic year.)
Application Deadline – Rolling
We accept applications on a “rolling” basis. However, to ensure you can reserve a spot, we recommend applying as early as possible.
Recommended Deposit Deadline – May 1
While we accept deposit payments after this date, it’s best to get it in before May to ensure you get your first choice in housing.
Take Your Next Step
Choose your path and schedule your visit, request more information, or take your next step and apply today.