Apply to Fisher: Transfer Students
Applications are accepted for fall, spring, and summer semesters. St. John Fisher College operates on a rolling admission plan. Applications are reviewed as they are received.
Transfer Application Process
Note: You must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.00 (4.00 scale) to be considered for admission.
General Transfer Application Requirements
A transfer application is complete once we have received:
- Completed online application (using one of the following):
- Official transcripts from all previously attended institutions*
- Official high school transcripts (if you have completed less than 24 credit hours at the college level)
- SAT/ACT scores (if you have completed less than one semester of college-level coursework)
Note: Fisher is test-optional for fall 2021 and fall 2022.
*Note: When requesting transcripts from your previous schools, always follow the electronic PDF delivery method directly to St. John Fisher College. We are in-network participants in most electronic transcript delivery exchange portals and this allows us to receive transcripts automatically without the need to submit them through a third party (as in the use of an email) or through the mail itself. This will save you money and time.
If accepted to St. John Fisher College, you will receive an official transfer credit evaluation. This evaluation will show what credits the College has accepted from previously attended institutions and how these credits will fit into your chosen program of study.
International Student Application Requirements
If you are an applicant from outside the United States, please refer to our information on transfer admissions for international students.
Application for Readmission
If you've been away from Fisher for two or more semesters, submit the Application for Undergraduate Readmission.
Questions About Applying?
Contact a transfer admissions counselor or call us at (585) 385-8064. We're here to help!
Title IX Notice
St. John Fisher College is committed to maintaining a community in which learning and working can be carried out in an environment of respect, open-mindedness, and integrity. The College stands opposed to all forms of discrimination, harassment, and violence and will work to prevent such behavior within the College community.
In accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and New York’s Enough is Enough Law, non-discrimination in the education program or activity of the College extends to admission. The Title IX coordinator is the designated College official with primary responsibility for coordinating compliance with Title IX and related federal and state laws.
The Title IX coordinator, Meg Flaherty, Ph.D., can be reached by phone (585) 385-8232, email (firstname.lastname@example.org), in-person in Campus Center 206, or outside of business hours by contacting the Office of Safety and Security (585) 385-8111.