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Admitted Transfer Students

Welcome Aquinas College! For those of you who have received your letter of admission to Aquinas College, congratulations on your accomplishment!

If you are admitted for the Spring semester and plan to start in January, please visit here for your information. 

As a new student to Aquinas, we are sure you have many questions regarding your enrollment in the fall. We hope this page will give you quick access to areas on our website that will help you with those questions. Also, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter (@AQadmissions) and Instagram to get timely information throughout the year.

Admitted students who have not yet visited Aquinas are encouraged to schedule a personal visit to campus. 

What's Next?

  1. Visit Aquinas
    • Personal Visit (Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., appointment and campus tour included)
  2. Apply for and confirm Financial Aid
    • File the FAFSA (October 1-March 1 priority dates)
    • Apply for outside private scholarships (through community organizations, schools, apps like Scholly or websites like Fastweb)
    • Receive and review Financial Aid Award Notice (Any questions? Contact us!)
    • Accept your Financial Aid Award
  3. Review your transfer credit evaluation
    • Contact Ashley Manor with any questions (aam004@aquinas.edu)
  4. Commit to Aquinas (Please log in to your Student Status Page)

    • Submit Enrollment Deposit ($300 for students starting in August or $150 for students starting in January). Refundable until May 1st. 

    • Online - Credit/Debit (2.3% fee plus $0.30 per transaction fee) or ACH/checking account ($0.25 fee)

    • Phone - 616-632-2864, to pay with Visa/MC/Discover Credit Card (2.55% fee)

    • Mail (Send check payable to Aquinas College to: Aquinas College, c/o Admissions Office, 1700 Fulton St. E, Grand Rapids, MI 49506)

  5. Sign up for a Transfer Registration (Dates to be determined).

  6. Inform all other colleges/universities of your decision
  7. Prepare for Aquinas