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Johnson College Transfer Student Day

Transfer Students

August 6th, 5-7pm

Johnson College welcomes transfer applications for the fall and spring semesters.  On average we enroll 63 transfer students each year.  Our current transfer students come from two- and four-year colleges and universities.  The average graduation rate of transfer students over the past six (6) years at Johnson College is 70%.

Transfer students are defined as those students who entered Johnson College with previous college experience including credits earned, college transcripts with no transferrable credits, and identified by Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency.

The Admission Staff will host several transfer student days, specifically designed to provide interested transfer students with an overview of Career Services, Student Life and the admissions process.  Click here to register for transfer student day.

Please note: Transfer Student Days are designed specifically for current college students interested in transferring to Johnson College.  Interested high school students should contact the admissions office at 570-702-8900 to schedule an information session with and Admissions Representative.

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