Explore the unique opportunities that Anderson University Admissions offers transfer students.

Transferring your college credit to AU.

Anderson University values the hard work that you have put in before starting classes at our campus. We’re here to help you get connected to our community and degree programs, so you can determine if AU can be the right next college for you. Our open and welcoming community can be especially appealing to students transferring from another school or associate program.

In order to further welcome you to the AU community, transfer students can now receive up to $18,000 per year in merit scholarships.

How to Transfer

Explore your opportunities and next steps

AU welcomes transfer student students and this is a great community to join to complete your degree! When applying, you will need 1) a transfer admission application, 2) completion of 12 or more credit hours of college coursework at a regionally accredited university, and 3) a 2.0 cumulative GPA after graduating high school. If a student has earned less than 12 credits, the student will be considered for admission based on both high school and college academic performance. 



Anderson University is also a part of Indiana’s Core Transfer Library (CTL). This means we try to make it as easy as possible to make your credits count toward a degree from AU. Find out what courses might transfer.

Next Steps

Everything you need to take the next steps.

Estimate Cost

Use our net price calculator to estimate your eligibility for financial aid.

Explore 3-year Majors

In real life, plans change. AU’s 3-year-degrees give you the flexibility to change your major or add new courses without staying in college past the normal 4 years.

Associate Degree Policy

You’ve spent two years earning a degree, and we think that ought to mean something. If you arrive on campus with an associate of arts or an associate of science from a regionally accredited college or university, we’ll consider your liberal arts requirements complete.

For more information contact

Abraham Haler, an employee at Anderson University in Indiana