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transfer_eddobek“The reason I transferred to Johnson was because of recommendations by friends for their RAD program. All of my credits transferred and the faculty and staff were always willing to go above and beyond to answer questions and prepare us for our careers. I am now a registered x-ray technologist working in a career that I truly enjoy. I am honestly grateful for the education I received at Johnson College.”Edward Dobek ‘14,
Radiologic Technology
Staff Technologist,
Geisinger Community Medical Center

Thinking of transferring to Johnson College? 30% of Johnson College’s freshmen class are transfer students. Our current transfer students come from two- and four-year colleges and universities. The graduation rate of transfer students is 5% higher than the overall College graduation rate.

For more information about how to transfer to Johnson College, please reach out to Lauren Godowski, Senior Enrollment & Transfer Student Specialist at 570-702-8985 or lgodowski@johnson.edu. To speak with the Registrar’s Office regarding transcripts or other transfer paperwork, please call 570-702-8990.

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