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 evaluation 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 Course Search

For students who have completed coursework at other colleges/universities, this feature allows students to search for college courses currently in our transfer credit database. Students can search by school name and course number to see a list of Lasell course equivalents.

Please note that the information provided here is what is currently in our database. If a course is listed as “not found” it may still transfer to Lasell pending approval. In this case, a course description provided to Lasell will assist in determining the transferability of the course.

Click here to search our transfer database


2019-2020 Transfer Merit Scholarships:
Incoming,  full-time, domestic transfer students will be considered for merit scholarships up to $16,000 per year, renewable for a maximum of 3 consecutive years of full-time enrollment pending satisfactory academic and judicial standing.

Selection for Transfer Merit Scholarships is based on the applicant's cumulative college GPA at the time they apply for admission.