Transfer students are a welcome addition to Elms College bringing fresh perspectives and vitality to campus. You’ll be greeted warmly by faculty, staff, and fellow students.
Making the Most of Your Transfer Credits
We have articulation and transfer agreements with many area colleges to make your transition as seamless as possible. You can transfer up to 75 credits from other institutions towards a bachelor’s degree, and 30 credits towards an associates’ degree for 100-level or higher courses completed within the last 10 years and for which you have achieved a “C” grade or better.
Elms College will evaluate your transcript for content in the liberal arts to determine if they satisfy the intent of the college’s core requirements as well as the requirements of your intended major. We also work with you to review your coursework individually. Courses required for the nursing major must have a grade of “B-” to be accepted for transfer credit.
Transfer Scholarships Available
Elms College offers Merit-Based Scholarships to full-time transfer students. All students, once accepted to the college, are automatically reviewed for one of the available scholarships.
Find Us On Your Community College Campus
Transfer Counselors are available to answer questions via phone or email and also have office hours at Holyoke Community College (HCC) and Springfield Technical Community College (STCC). HCC and STCC office hours run September through May.
STCC Mondays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Building 27, second floor
HCC Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Frost Building, room 273
If you would like to meet with a Transfer Counselor during the summer months, please call the Admission Office at 413.592.3189 to schedule a personalized visit at our campus in Chicopee.
Transfer Info Sessions
Learn more about transferring to Elms College at a Transfer Information Session. Our transfer counselors will discuss the admission process, financial aid, and answer your questions. Our Transfer Information Sessions are geared for students looking to transfer to Elms College as a full-time undergraduate non-nursing major attending classes on campus.