Assistant Director of Admission, Transfer Coordinator
1145 King Road
Immaculata, PA 19345
College of LifeLong Learning
1145 King Road
Immaculata, PA 19345
- Immaculata Transfer Facts - Traditional Day Students
- Immaculata Transfer Facts - Accelerated Programs
NEW! Immaculata University Agreements
These agreements apply to students entering full-time day programs in the College of Undergraduate Studies or part-time programs in the College of LifeLong Learning (except for nursing, due to program quotas, and ACCEL and Online programs, which are covered under a separate agreement, as outlined below.)
- This agreement lists the Bucks courses which will meet Immaculata's Core requirements.
- Immaculata has two slightly different cores, one for Arts and Sciences and one for Professional Studies. The Core sheet specifies which majors follow which core.
- Students may request a transcript evaluation prior to submitting their application.
- Students are required to have a minimum GPA of a 2.0 at Bucks. Courses with grades of "C" or better will be brought into Immaculata University as transfer credits.
- Up to 64 credits may be transferred.
Transfer Admission Agreement
- Bucks students may submit a “Transfer Admission Intent to Enroll Form ” at the time of admission to Bucks, or not later than when they have completed 30 college transferable credits, including Bucks courses and those from other colleges and universities.
- Application fees will be waived for students submitting an Intent Form.
- Students are required to satisfy all Immaculata University admissions requirements, including submitting a Immaculata University Application for Admission and meet the deadline for the semester they wish to transfer to Immaculata University (August 1 for the fall semester and December 1 for the spring semester.)
- Students must graduate from Bucks with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.
- To benefit from this agreement, students should enroll at Immaculata University within one year of graduating from Bucks and not attend another institution between graduation and enrollment at Immaculata University.
- Students entering full-time study through the College of Undergraduate Studies will receive academic scholarships and/or grants as outlined below:
- $12,500-15,000 academic scholarship to transfer students with a GPA of 3.00-4.00
- $7,000-12,000 academic scholarship to transfer students with a GPA of 2.50-2.99
- $5,000-6,500 grant to transfer students with a GPA of 2.00-2.49
- Biology (AA. 1003) to Immaculata's BS or BA in Biology
- Business Administration (AA. 1009) to Immaculata's Business Administration
- Chemistry (AA. 1004) to Immaculata's BS or BA in Chemistry
- Mathematics (AA. 1006) to Immaculata's BA in Mathematics
- Liberal Arts: Psychology Pre-Professional (AA. 1060) to Immaculata's BA in Psychology
College of LifeLong Learning Accelerated Programs Transfer Agreement
This agreement provides for the smooth transfer of courses for Bucks County Community College graduates who apply to Immaculata University's College of LifeLong Learning and follow one of the six accelerated programs listed below.
Students are eligible for this agreement if they:
- Earn an associate degree from BCCC with a minimum GPA of 2.0;
- Earn a grade of at least C in all courses to be transferred; and
- Submit a CLL application and official BCCC transcript.
An interview with a CLL counselor is encouraged prior to acceptance.
- Students are guaranteed admission to Immaculata University's College of LifeLong Learning with junior level standing.
- BCCC students will be given the same consideration as all Immaculata University students of equal class standing concerning financial aid, campus housing, registration for classes, and access to other student services.
- Additional BCCC credits, beyond the A.A. degree, will be accepted toward the Immaculata degree, according to the Advising Guides for the specified programs.
Any Bucks associate degree which incorporates the courses included in the following guidelines is eligible for this agreement. The following bachelor's degree programs are offered by the College of LifeLong Learning in an accelerated format of weekly classes at various Delaware Valley sites or in an accelerated online format, as indicated.
- Bachelor of Arts in Financial Management (classroom or online)
- Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management (classroom or online)
- Bachelor of Arts in Human Performance Management (classroom or online)
- Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology in Business (classroom)
- Bachelor of Arts in Organization Dynamics (classroom or online)
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) (classroom)