Requirements for Transfer Students
(For students with 12 hours or more at another accredited college or university)
If you want to transfer to Bethel, you must be eligible to return to your previous college. If you do not meet the following minimum cumulative grade point averages for your current classification, but you are eligible to return to your previous college, you may be admitted on Academic Probation.
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Next, have official transcripts from each college you’ve attended sent to the Office of Admission. If you have completed less than 12 hours, you will also need to have your official high school transcripts and ACT/SAT scores sent to our office.
Also, submit a Transfer Evaluation Form completed by the Dean of Students from the last college or university you attended.
Finally, you must submit immunization records. Click here for immunization requirements.
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