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Transfer Requirements

What do I need to apply?

Application for Admission

The La Salle online application or the Common Application  (free)**

Official college transcripts from each institution attended

Students who wish to enroll at La Salle University are obliged to disclose all information regarding former post-secondary institutions that they have attended. Official transcripts from each prior school will be required in order to issue an admission decision. Students who have attended a prior institution and have not satisfied their financial obligation to that school will not be permitted to enroll at La Salle University. The Office of Admission reserves the right to deny admission to any student who does not comply with admission policies.

An essay/personal statement

*Please note: This is only required of applicants to the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, as well as any applicant who feels additional information would be helpful in understanding his or her previous academic record.

An academic recommendation completed by an instructor or counselor.

*Please note: All applicants to the School of Nursing and Health Sciences are required to submit two letters of recommendation.

Official high school transcripts

Required for all students that have fewer than 30 college credits earned

Required for all applicants to the School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Official test scores

Students who have fewer than 30 college credits earned may opt to either submit SAT or ACT test scores or submit an essay instead. Please note: for students applying to the Nursing program for the spring or fall 2021 start term, the SAT, ACT or TEAS test score requirement is being waived.


Additional requirements for full-time nursing applicants can be found here.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office at or 215.951.1400.


**If you are applying for Dual Admission, you must apply using La Salle’s online application and NOT the Common Application.