Community College Student

If you’re a student at a community college, you’re likely already on a strong path to transfer courses to Trevecca. Students who complete a 60 degree-hour AA, AS, or AFA in their desired field of study from a community college will have most of their general education courses fulfilled when they transfer to Trevecca. For most majors, obtaining one of these degrees from your community college will allow you to transfer and finish your bachelor’s degree at Trevecca in two years. If you’re not seeking a degree from your community college, you can find a list of courses for some majors which will transfer and fulfill requirements at Trevecca here

Once you decide to transfer:

1. Apply as early as you can. Our application is fast, easy, and free! The application deadline for the fall semester is August 1st.

2. Contact the Registrar’s Office at every college or university that you’ve attended and request for official transcripts to be mailed to Trevecca. We’ll evaluate these transcripts and let you know how all of your courses transfer over.

3. If you have fewer than 30 college credit hours, we’ll also need to receive your official high school transcripts and your ACT or SAT scores, sent from your high school to Trevecca.

**Important note for students studying Nursing who seek to transfer. Due to the structure of the BSN program at Trevecca as a partnership program with Belmont University, this degree is unfortunately not transfer-friendly. Regardless of how many credit hours a student has completed, if they seek to transfer to Trevecca to study Nursing, they will not be able to finish in less than 3.5 years. For this reason, if a student is considering Trevecca’s BSN program, we encourage them to start their freshman year at Trevecca.

Student at a Four-Year University

If you’re a current student at a four-year university seeking to transfer to Trevecca, the process is easy:

1. Apply as early as you can. Our application is fast, easy, and free! The application deadline for the fall semester is August 1st.

2. Contact the Registrar’s Office at every college or university that you’ve attended and request for official transcripts to be mailed to Trevecca. We’ll evaluate these transcripts and let you know how all of your courses transfer over.

3. If you have fewer than 30 college credit hours, we’ll also need to receive your official high school transcripts and your ACT or SAT scores, sent from your high school to Trevecca.

If you plan to stay at your university for another semester before transferring, it’s best to contact your admissions representative, Michael Newland, who can assist you to ensure that the courses you’re taking at your college will transfer well to Trevecca. 

**Important note for students studying Nursing who seek to transfer.  Due to the structure of the BSN program at Trevecca as a partnership program with Belmont University, this degree is unfortunately not transfer-friendly. Regardless of how many credit hours a student has completed, if they seek to transfer to Trevecca to study Nursing, they will not be able to finish in less than 3.5 years. For this reason, if a student is considering Trevecca’s BSN program, we encourage them to start their freshman year at Trevecca.

Been out of School for a While?

If you’re not a traditional-aged student, there’s still a place for you at Trevecca. Check out our available online or evening programs here!

Financial Aid

Trevecca offers generous financial aid, including scholarships specifically for transfer students. It is our goal to work with you individually and help you create a financial plan for college. Your application for admission will also serve as your application for scholarships, so take some time to tell us about yourself! Letters of recommendation and a resume are not required, but are helpful for scholarship purposes. See our website for a full list of scholarships available to transfer students.

For more information or to speak with your admissions representative, fill out the form below!