Hilbert is a transfer friendly institution. Transfer students represent 30 percent of our incoming class. Students choose Hilbert for our challenging academic programs and excellent placement rate after graduation. Hilbert College maintains several unique transfer agreements with over two dozen two-year public and private colleges throughout New York State and one Canadian institution. These agreements are linked with transfer scholarship opportunities. Hilbert College's transfer policies allow for a student to transfer up to 90 credit hours into their Bachelor Degree Programs.
Upcoming Spring 2015 Semester: Transfer Candidates
There is still time to transfer in to Hilbert for the spring semester. Classes begin on January 20th, so it is important for you to contact the admissions office as soon as possible.
or call at 716-649-7900716-649-7900 x 210
1. Apply online or paper application by request.
2. Submit official transcripts from:
- College and Universities
- High School
- Advanced Placement (AP) test scores
- College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
- Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher is required.
- Cumulative GPA from most recently attended college will be taken into consideration during the decision process.
- The student must be in Good Academic standing with previously attended college or university.
- Students may be considered for provisional acceptance if their cumulative GPA is less than 2.0.
- Students who were academically dismissed from another college are eligible to transfer admissions following the lapse of one semester.
- An interview may be required to discuss educational plans more thoroughly.
Transfer of credits
Upon receipt of all college transcripts, the Admissions Office will complete a transfer credit evaluation. A copy of this evaluation is mailed to the student along with their acceptance packet. Hilbert College will only accept courses from accredited colleges and universities.
The maximum number of transfer credits accepted for a bachelor’s degree is 90 credit hours. For an associate’s degree the maximum is 30 credit hours. The credits accepted must apply toward the specific program of study you have chosen as a major.
Hilbert College maintains several unique transfer agreements with over two dozen two-year public and private colleges throughout New York State and one Canadian institution. To see a full listing of our Articulation Agreements please visit the Hilbert College Catalog.
Transfer Scholarships awarded by Admissions
A $2,500 ANNUAL Transfer Articulation Scholarship is awarded to transfer student(s) who have or on track to complete their associate's degree at one of the community colleges Hilbert College has an articulation agreement with. They must attend Hilbert full time and have completed their associate’s degree or are on track to finish their associate’s degree by their first semester at Hilbert College to remain eligible for the scholarship. .
A $6,000 ANNUAL HONORS SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to student(s) who are transferring from a four year accredited, non-articulating college. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, and at least 12 credit hours completed or on track to be completed before attending Hilbert. Students must attend full time to be eligible.
A $3,000 ANNUAL HILBERT SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to student(s) transferring from a four year accredited, non-articulating college. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and at least 12 credit hours completed or on track to be completed before attending Hilbert. They must attend Hilbert College full time.
A $2,500 ANNUAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to student(s) transferring from a non-articulating community college. Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and more than 12 credit hours completed or be on track to complete 12 credits before attending Hilbert. They must attend Hilbert College full time.
*Transfer students that have only attended college for one year since graduating high school will be reviewed for both high school and transfer academic scholarships. Should the student qualify for both scholarships they will be granted the higher of the two scholarships. Under no circumstances will a student be eligible to receive both high school and transfer academic scholarships. Click here to find a full list of scholarships and grants.
To be eligible for federal financial aid, applicants must file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Hilbert College FAFSA Code: 002735
New York State Residents
To be eligible for NYS financial aid, applicants must file for TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) at www.hesc.com.
Hilbert College TAP Code: 2083
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Transfer students are eligible for on-campus housing. The cost of housing includes a student meal plan, for use at on-campus dining facilities. In order to be eligible for residence life, you must complete and submit a housing application and a housing deposit.
If you have transfer questions please contact our transfer specialist in the admissions office:
Jeannette (Testa) Delaney
Assistant Director of Admissions