Transfer and Adult Admission
In response to the sad news that three highly respected universities are closing, Lourdes University is pleased to offer transfer-friendly opportunities to:
- Cardinal Stritch University students
- Finlandia University students
- Iowa Wesleyan University students
Transfer to Lourdes University
Make your college education and career goals a reality. Transfer to Lourdes University and complete your degree!
Lourdes University graduates respected and talented nurses, teachers, social workers, business professionals and more.
Even better, receive an excellent and personalized college education at an incredibly affordable price. At Lourdes, we’re focused on you and your goals. Learn from professors who know your first name. Complete classes online or face to face in classrooms where the average number of students in a class is just 16.
Regardless of your career choice, Lourdes is the place for you. Choose from a variety of majors including Business, Nursing, and Education programs or pursue a bachelor’s degree in Digital & Media Studies, Social Work, Exercise Science, Criminal Justice, Pre-Medicine, Craft Beverages and more.
Transferring credits to Lourdes is easy. Be sure to take advantage of our transfer scholarships.
Students transferring to Lourdes can qualify for up to $14,000 in scholarships!
Lourdes University is pleased to be part of the Ohio Consortium for Transfer Pathways. View the video and read more.
Check out our Transfer Pathways & Equivalencies!
Speak With A Transfer Admissions Counselor
For Transfer and Adult Applicant requests,
Call 419-824-3785 and speak with Jon Wray, your Transfer Specialist or email email@example.com
Enroll at Lourdes University – the Transfer-Friendly Choice.
Lourdes University offers transfer students a rolling admission process for the fall, spring and summer semesters. Applications are processed as they are received. Institutional scholarships and grants are awarded on a competitive basis as available. Applicants seeking institutional scholarships and grants are therefore encouraged to apply early.