Transfer Students

Important Admissions Dates

  • November 2: Registration for Spring 2021 Semester
  • January 19: First day of Spring 2021 Semester 
  • April 5: Registration for Summer Term and Fall 2021 Semester

Let’s Make This Simple.

Transferring to a new school is a big move. Even bringing your associates degree and community college credits to a four-year institution can be stressful. You’re not alone. Nearly one-third of Avila students transferred here from another college or university. We understand. We’ve been in your chair. So we work to make the most of your transfer credits. Talk with our Transfer Admission Advisors and let us help ease your transition.

  • Expert academic advising to ensure that you keep your credits and are on track to graduate
  • Financial aid that includes transfer scholarships and grants
  • Transfer Student Organization and special orientation sessions just for transfer students

Academics
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Academics
Transfer into any of 60+ majors, minors, and concentrations.
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The Arts
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The Arts
From the main stage of the Goppert Performing Arts Center to the Thornhill Gallary, the arts are alive at Avila
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Student Success
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Student Success
From financial aid to tutoring, career counseling, and student access what you need to succeed at Avila is here.
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Learning Commons
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Learning Commons
A modern reference center, the Learning Commons houses a collection containing 32,000 volumes, private study rooms, public computers, and state-of-the-art classroom space.
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Helpful Transfer Information

  • Application for Admission 
  • Official Transcripts of all college-level work completed sent directly to Avila University at:
    Avila University
    Admission Office
    11901 Wornall Road
    Kansas City, MO 64145
  • Official transcripts must be obtained from each college attended, even if one transcript includes all previous college work. Transfer students who have completed less than twenty-four (24) college credit hours must also submit official high school transcripts.
  • A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in academic coursework accepted towards a degree at Avila University.
  • Schedule a campus visit. Our Campus Visit Coordinator will connect you with your academic advisor, a campus tour and your Admission Representative.
  • Submit a FAFSAAvila’s FAFSA code is 002449.
  • Submit a $200 enrollment deposit to the Office of Admission online, by calling 816.50.2400, or sending a check to Avila University.

Donnelly College Articulation Agreements
Please continue to check back for updates and additional agreements. *Subject to change.

A.A. – English to B.A. – English Download PDF
A.A. – History to B.A. – History Download PDF
A.A. – Psychology to B.A. – Psychology Download PDF
A.A. – Religious Studies to B.A. – Religious Studies & Philosophy Download PDF

 

Johnson County Community College Articulation Agreements
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A.A – Accounting to B.S. – Accounting Download PDF
A.A. – Art to B.A. – Art Download PDF
A.A. – Business to B.S.B.A. – Business Administration Download PDF
A.S. – Health Care to B.S. – Health Care Download PDF
A.A.S. – Nursing to B.S.N. – Nursing Download PDF

 

Metropolitan Community College Articulation Agreements
Please continue to check back for updates and additional agreements. *Subject to change.

A.A. – Business to B.A. – Business Administration Download PDF
A.A. – English to B.A. – English Download PDF
A.A. – Fine Arts to B.F.A. – Theatre Download PDF
A.A. – Graphic Arts to B.F.A. – Art Download PDF
A.A. – Health Care to B.S. – Healthcare Management Download PDF
A.A. – Nursing to B.S. – Nursing Download PDF
A.A. – Psychology to B.A. – Psychology Download PDF
A.A. – Social Work to B.S.W. – Social Work Download PDF
A.A. – Theatre to B.A. – Theatre Download PDF
A.A.S. – Dental
Assisting
to B.S. – Healthcare Management Download PDF
A.A.S. – Emergency
Medical Technician/
Paramedic
to B.S. – Healthcare Management Download PDF
A.A.S. – Physical
Therapist Assistant
to B.S. – Healthcare Management Download PDF
A.A.S. – Radiologic
Technology
to B.S. – Healthcare Management Download PDF
A.S. – Biology to B.S. – Biology Download PDF

The Missouri Reverse Transfer is a process that allows college students or former college students who have completed credits for an associate’s degree to receive that degree even if they have transferred to a four-year college or university, or dropped out of higher education altogether.

This program is a statewide policy that helps more Missourians earn degrees. Find more detailed information on Missouri Reverse Transfer on the Missouri Department of Higher Education website.

Eligibility for Missouri Reverse Transfer

  • You must have earned a minimum of 15 credit hours from a Missouri two-year institution
  • Your permanent address must be a Missouri address
  • Students are not eligible for the program if they currently possess an associate degree or higher

Benefits of Missouri Reverse Transfer

  • Earn your associate degree while pursuing your bachelor’s degree
  • Possible career advancement with earned associate degrees
  • Qualify for more jobs with higher pay
  • A degree can help you earn more money
  • Possibly meet general education requirements at your four-year transfer institution

How to get started

Missouri Reverse Transfer is set up so that you as the student do not have to do a lot of work. We want this to be seamless and easy. You will need to give us permission to share your transcripts with your two-year college.

Resources

Opt-In / Graduation Application

MRT Video

MRT FAQs

MRT Fact Sheet

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Interested in learning more about Avila? We would love to host you for a campus visit. Learn more about individual and group visit opportunities.

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