Transfer Credit & Scholarship

Transfer Credit Evaluation Process

Accepted transfer students will receive a credit evaluation of any submitted course work after the offer of admission.

Transfer credit is awarded for completed college level courses, with grades of C (2.0) or better, from an accredited institution. Previous courses must be comparable in content to those offered at Lasell.

Transfer applicants must submit official transcripts of all prior college/university level work with corresponding course descriptions or course catalogs. In addition, international transfer applicants should have their official transcripts of all prior college/university level work and/or their academic credentials translated into English if necessary, and evaluated by a credential evlauation service for possible college credit.

Students entering most programs will be eligible to transfer up to 90 college credits, conditional upon course equivalency. Student's pursuing a Bachelor's Degree must complete their final semester at Lasell College. 

Transfer Scholarships

Lasell College may offer highly motivated full-time transfer students one of our transfer merit scholarships. Selection for these scholarships is based on the applicant's cumulative college GPA at the time they apply for admission. These scholarships are renewable for a maximum of 3 consecutive years pending satisfactory academic and judicial standing.

Deans Scholarship  - $12,000
Founders Scholarship  - $10,000
Laser Award  - $5,000

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