Each year more than 600 students transfer to Azusa Pacific, looking to complete their educational goals at an institution dedicated to preparing disciples and scholars to impact the world for Christ. We know the transfer process can seem daunting, which is why our admissions team is ready to help you navigate the process.
APU does not require a specific set of college courses or a minimum amount of units completed prior to applying; however, it is in the best interest for potential transfers to follow the General Education Guidelines of suggested courses while enrolled at another institution.
Online Transfer Credit Evaluation
Create an account on the Transferology website to find out which college courses will transfer to APU.
Academic capabilities are considered in assessing the applicant's potential for success at the university. The application process is designed as a tool for making these assessments.
Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT)
For students transferring to Azusa Pacific from partnering community colleges, the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) option offers a guaranteed pathway for admission into an APU major that is similar to the student’s ADT degree. Learn more about our ADT college partners and transfer plans.
Scholarships and Financial AidTo help you reach your education goals, APU offers scholarships for transfer students, in addition to other financial aid opportunities. Learn more about understanding financial aid and what may be available to you, including academic scholarships and participatory scholarships.
Three Ways to Find Funds
Check out these helpful financial aid and scholarship tips for transfer students.
The following requirements are for students who have graduated from high school and earned 15 units of college credit. Transfers with less than 15 units earned at the time of applying will need to submit high school transcripts.
- Application, Statement of Agreement with Institutional Policy, and Personal Statement (Apply Online)
- Application Fee:
A nonrefundable $45 application fee must be submitted.
Transcripts:Office of Undergraduate and International Admissions
The applicant is responsible for requesting that official transcripts1 be sent from each college. Please download, print, and complete a Transcript Request Form (PDF) and mail it along with your official transcripts to:
Azusa Pacific University
PO Box 7000
Azusa, CA 91702-7000
- Proof of U.S. Citizenship or Residency:
U.S. permanent residents or U.S. citizens currently living outside of the United States may be required to provide documentation. Your admissions counselor will assist you in this process.
The minimum college GPA required for transferring is 2.2.2