Transfer Students

With more than 30 undergraduate academic programs to choose from, the University of Providence will prepare you for a variety of career paths. Our tight-knit campus community is located in Montana, between Yellowstone and Glacier National Park — the perfect place to launch your next adventure and complete your bachelor’s degree. University of Providence will connect you with an advisor to help you map out your academic plan and reach your goals faster.

Application Checklist

  • Free online application
  • High school  transcripts or GED
  • Official copy of college transcript from each university attended
  • ACT/SAT score (not required if you are over 21 or if you graduated from high school three or more years ago)

Key Dates

October 1 – Priority admission deadline for spring semester applicants.
Priority deadline to file the FAFSA for spring semester applicants.

November 1 – All official transcripts should be received in the Office of Admissions for the spring semester. Also the suggested date to file the FAFSA for fall semester applicants.

Mid-January – Spring semester begins.

July 1 – All official transcripts should be received in the Office of Admissions for the fall semester.

Late August – Fall semester begins.

Transfer and Placement Information

Transfer students are an important part of the University of Providence student body. We closely review transfer credit for incoming students to assist with course placement and degree completion.

Other Types of Credit Transfers

We accept CLEP credit for scores of 50 or higher and AP credit for scores of three or higher. We also accept IB coursework for scores of four or higher for higher-level exams or a score of five or higher for standard-level exams. In addition, we consider DSSTs for college credit. 

The total number of credits that may be applied to university core curriculum is 30 credits.