Transferring to Bushnell? It’s simple — our team will partner with you every step of the way.

At Bushnell, we make transferring seamless. We know you worked hard to earn your credits, and we think you should keep them.

When you apply and send in your transcripts, we’ll perform a transcript evaluation, free of charge, to show you how your previous coursework transfers. Shortly after completing your application, we’ll provide you with a summary of your evaluation, admission decision, and financial aid award (if applicable).

Am I a Transfer Student?

  • Have you graduated from high school?
  • Have you attended a college/university after high school graduation?

If you’ve answered yes to those two questions, you’re a transfer student.

College credit earned while in high school (e.g., Running Start, College in the High School, etc.) does not place you in the “transfer student” category.

Scholarships

Bushnell is offering transfer students more scholarships and financial aid than ever before. Some of the scholarships available to transfer students are listed below. Visit our scholarship page to see a complete list of scholarship and grant options.

ScholarshipAmountCriteria
Academic$13,0003.8+ Transferable GPA
Academic $11,0003.50 - 3.79 Transferable GPA
Academic $9,0003.25 - 3.49 Transferable GPA
Academic$7,0003.00 - 3.24 Transferable GPA
Academic$5,0002.80 - 2.99 Transferable GPA
Phi Theta Kappa$1,000Must be a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
Oregon Promise Recipient Grant$3,000Must be a transfer student receiving the Oregon Promise.
Visit Scholarship$500Must have completed a formal campus visit.

Steps to Apply

If you are interested in attending Bushnell, we’d love to review your application. Here’s what we’ll need:

  1. Fill out the free online application
  2. Submit your college transcripts. No test scores required!
  3. File your FAFSA. Bushnell University’s school code is 003208.

Acceptance to Bushnell as a transfer student requires a transferable GPA of 2.25. If you have less than a 2.25 GPA or fewer than 24 semester credits (36 quarter credits) of college coursework to transfer, we will also request your high school transcript in order to give you an admission decision.

Preparing to Transfer

Want to make the most of you time while enrolled in community college? Bushnell University partners with community colleges around the state to provide a clear path to further your education. We recommend completing your AAOT or working directly with your admissions counselor for help choosing courses at your current school that will transfer to Bushnell.

Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree (AAOT)

The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree (AAOT) satisfies all Bushnell University general education requirements with the exception of Bible and Theology requirements as well as any prerequisites needed for a major.

Accepted Credit

Colleges/Universities

Transferable courses must be at the 100-level (or above), taken at a regionally accredited college (up to 30 transfer credits from a nationally accredited college will be accepted) and with a grade of C- or higher.

Military Training

Based on your military experiences and training, you may have college credit recommendations to apply toward a degree requirement or program of study. The first step in the process is to request a copy of your military transcript.

International Baccalaureate (IB)

Bushnell accepts credit from successfully completed International Baccalaureate (IB) coursework. Course equivalencies and transfer credit awards vary by subject and course level (standard/higher).

AP Exams

Bushnell awards credit for scores of three or higher on College Board Advanced Placement (AP) exams.

CLEP Exams

Bushnell awards credit CLEP examinations. CLEP (the College-Level Examination Program®) offers 34 exams that cover intro-level college course material. With a passing score on one CLEP exam, you could earn three or more semester credits.