Chestnut Hill College Contact Information

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Transfer Facts


  • Dual Admission Scholarship- Undergraduate Studies (traditional daytime program) see below.

Agreement/Transfer Information

There are two paths to accomplish a Bachelor's Degree at Chestnut Hill College.  Both fall under the Dual Admission/ Core to Core agreement but have slightly different benefits listed below.  All other benefits are covered by both paths.

Dual Admission and Core to Core

Students admitted into an Associate of Art (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), or  Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) program at Bucks will be admitted into a Bachelor’s degree program at CHC on the condition that they:

  • Complete a Dual Admission Intent Form, preferably before the completion of 30 credits, and the appropriate CHC application in the final year of Bucks degree program.
  • Graduate from Bucks with an Associate of Arts (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), or Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree.
  • Graduate from Bucks with a minimum GPA of 2.0.
  • Enroll at Chestnut Hill College within 12 months of graduation and not attend anther institution.
  • Students must complete a minimum of 45 academic credits at CHC in order to earn a degree.
  • Satisfy all other CHC admissions requirements.
  • In addition, Chestnut Hill College will accept the general education requirements of Bucks’ A.A., A.S. or A.A.S.degrees as meeting the requirements of its Core Curriculum and basic requirements except for six credits in Religious Studies, three credits in Ethics and three credits in a Global Studies seminar. Students may complete some of these additional requirements at Bucks and should refer to the recommended course equivalency guides for details.

The CHC-Bucks Dual Admissions program has several advantages for transfer students:

  • Application fee waived and scholarships/discounts awarded to eligible Bucks graduates.
  • Opportunities to meet with CHC academic advisors prior to graduating from Bucks to plan future courses of study.

School of Undergraduate Studies (traditional day program)

  • Graduate from Bucks with a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA
  • Course structure: Fall & Spring semesters, each approximately 15 weeks; limited coursework in summer sessions
  • Scholarship awards









    25% per credit



    25% per credit



    20% per credit



    20% per credit







  • Flat tuition cost for F/T; per credit cost for P/T
  • On-campus housing options available
  • Online application @ (online fee waiver code: FREEAPP)

For more information, contact:
Darian Murtagh,
Associate Director of Admissions
215.248.7003 or


School of Continuing & Professional Studies (evening accelerated program)
  • Designed to meet the needs of adult learners; convenient for those employed full-time
  • Graduate from Bucks with a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA
  • Course structure: six 8-week sessions run continuously throughout year (Fall I & II, Spring I & II, Summer I & II)
  • Tuition discounts as listed below:







  • Per credit cost for F/T & P/T
  • On-campus housing NOT available
  • Online application @ (online fee waiver code:  FREEAPP)

For more information, contact:
Sister Mary Esther Lee,
Admissions Counselor/Academic Advisor
215.248.7062 or