Your college years play a critical part in your career, life and
the person you will become.
We invite you to visit Saint Leo University. Talk to our
faculty, tour our beautiful campus. But most importantly, talk to
our students. You'll hear a common theme: "The Saint Leo University
experience has helped make me a better person."
You are classified as a transfer student if you have previously
registered at any other college or university as a matriculated
student, regardless of the amount of time spent in attendance or
credit earned. If you have earned college credits prior to
receiving your high school diploma or equivalent, you are not
considered a transfer student.
Students are classified according to the number of credits
earned. Listed below are the requirements for the respective
We've made the transfer process as easy as possible for you.
Applications are evaluated on a rolling basis.
Transfer priority application deadline for Spring students is
November. Transfer priority application deadline for Fall students
is July 1.
Transfer applicants should submit the following materials to the
Office of Admission.
Application, recommendation and transcripts can be sent to:
Office of Admissions, MC2008
PO Box 6665
Saint Leo, FL 33574
Fax: (352) 588-8257
Once your application forms and other required records are
complete and in proper order, your application will be submitted to
the Admissions Committee for evaluation.
Students are strongly encouraged to visit the campus. Interviews
are not required, but a visit enables you to talk with an admission
counselor, tour the campus, visit classes, and meet faculty and
students. Schedule your campus visit today. You
may also want to attend one of our
events exclusively for transfer students.
Learn more about Saint Leo University's transfer credit
Are you a member of Phi Theta
Kappa? For the 2014-2015 school year, you may be eligible to
receive an academic scholarship of up to $4,000 per academic
year to attend Saint Leo University (valid only for students who
elect to attend the University Campus in Saint Leo, Florida). For
more information, please contact Misty Rhoden by e-mail
or by phone at (800) 334-5532 or (352) 588-8303.