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Looking to change course in your nursing education? GMercyU offers nursing programs that accept transfer students. Our transfer process is specifically designed to help you further your nursing education at our renowned Frances M. Maguire School of Nursing and Health Professions. We have specially-trained admissions counselors ready to support you as you navigate through the transfer admissions process to complete your degree and reach your goal of becoming a nurse.
Gwynedd Mercy University welcomes transfer nursing students from two- and four-year colleges around the country and world. To transfer to GMercyU, you will need:
To apply to Gwynedd Mercy University as a transfer nursing student, you also will need to submit the following materials:
Call our Admissions Office at 800-342-5462 if you have questions about how to apply to GMercyU as a transfer student or to learn which of your nursing credits will transfer.
If you're applying for an undergraduate program on GMercyU's Gwynedd Valley campus, please submit your official transcripts*, recommendation letters, and other necessary documents to:
Office of Admissions
Gwynedd Mercy University
1325 Sumneytown Pike
P.O. Box 901
Gwynedd Valley, PA 19437
*Official transcripts may also be submitted electronically by your high school counselor, or via Naviance or Parchment.
GMercyU has a rolling admissions policy. You should receive an admissions decision within a couple of weeks after submitting your completed application.
Through a special degree completion program, transfer students with 24 to 35 transferable credits can earn a BSN in just three years. You will need to have completed either Anatomy and Physiology I and II or Chemistry for Health Professions I and II (or equivalent courses) to graduate within three academic years in our transfer nursing program.* You also may be eligible for a special transfer scholarship when you enroll on our Main Campus.
We look forward to reviewing your application!
*Effective with Fall 2020 enrollment cycle, students transferring into the BSN program must have completed the science courses listed above within the last seven years. Science courses must have included a lab component, which was completed in the classroom or online with a kit. Virtual Labs are not accepted.
We have dozens of articulation agreements and course equivalency guides with area community colleges to streamline your path to a BSN degree. Learn more about how you can transfer your nursing college credits to GMercyU.
You also can contact our admissions office to review how your nursing transfer credits fit with our nursing degree program requirements. Begin the nursing transfer process today!
GMercyU makes transferring colleges affordable by offering transfer scholarships and grants. They are available to full-time students with at least 24 credits from another postsecondary institution. Learn more about available transfer scholarships and their requirements.