If you are interested in simply taking courses at John Carroll over the summer and returning to your home school in the fall, you are considered a “transient” student. Please complete the transient student application here.
Students in good academic, financial, and personal standing at another accredited university, college, or community college may apply to transfer to John Carroll University. To be considered for admission, transfer students must have a high school diploma or equivalent and be in good standing at the time of application. For those who have attended only one college or university, the most recent term average and the cumulative average must be 2.0 or better to be considered for admission. For those who have attended more than one college or university, the most recent term average and the cumulative average at the home school must be 2.0 or better to be considered for admission. In addition, the cumulative average for all schools attended must be 2.0 or better. A GPA of 2.50 or above, however, is recommended for admission.
In general, academic courses completed at an accredited college or university in which the student has received a grade of “C” or better will transfer. A complete evaluation of the applicant’s courses and credit that is transferable to John Carroll University will be sent to each admitted student approximately 7-10 days after admission.