Mission Statement

The Office of Admissions & Records works collaboratively with students, staff, and the community to provide high quality service. Our mission is to maintain student records, process transcripts, and registration with integrity and pride.


University Day 2023

Thursday, March 30, 2023 | 12 P.M.-4 P.M. 


Students will have the opportunity to book a 15-minute one-on-one appointment* with a university admissions representative (students can meet with more than one university representative). All appointments will be face-to-face only. All students who participate in this event will receive a pre-admissions decision based on unofficial Morton College transcripts.* If a student receives a Conditional Acceptance, Morton College will mail your official transcripts for FREE to each school after the event (limit of 2 Official Transcripts per student).

On University Day you can:

  • Receive a Conditional Acceptance On-the-Spot
  • Learn about Scholarships and Internships
  • Learn about Transfer Resources

Sign up by emailing

*You must register by March 23, 2023, to be eligible to receive 2 free official Morton College transcripts (if conditionally accepted). On the day of the even, you will receive an unofficial evaluation during your meeting with the university rep. All official transcripts will be mailed to the university at the end of the spring semester.

If you have a HOLD or RESTRICTION on your account, you MUST clear the restriction ASAP. Otherwise, the college cannot release any of your official transcripts.

University Day 2023 UPDATED

Participating Universities

Benedictine University
DePaul University
Concordia University Chicago
Dominican University

Elmhurst College
Governor’s State University
Illinois Institute of Technology
Loyola University

National Louis University
Roosevelt University
St. Xavier University
Trinity Christian University

Transfer Colleges & Universities Information:

Nicole Botich

Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission


P: 630-829-6536

Number of Transferable College Credits Needed – no minimum hours needed

Transfer Admission Requirements:

  1. Require a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 on all college/university coursework attempted. 
  2. Require official transcripts from all school attended. Number of Transferable College Credits Needed – no minimum hours needed
    1. Only need High School transcripts if students are below 12 earned credit hours

Application Link (no fee):  

BenU scholarships:  Automatic merit-based transfer scholarship consideration that range from $12,000-$16,0000.  No separate application required for merit-based transfer scholarship and PTK scholarship, $2,000, consideration as they just need to send a picture of their certificate or have it posed on their official transcripts.

Liz Allen
Transfer Admission Counselor
P: 708-209-3642

Admission Requirements:

  • High School diploma or GED
  • Cumulative 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 Scale
    • Less than 15 semesteer hours must also submit High school transcript or GED.
  • Official transcripts from all colleges attended
  • International Student applicatioin process

More information about transfer process:


CUC Application:

CUC Scholarships: CUC Scholarships and Aid

Net Price Calculator-- use this to estimate your cost of admission: CUC Net Price Calculator


  • All students are offered a Merit Scholarship that will range between $6,000-$15,000 and can be eligible for a Leadership Scholarship up to $5,000 based on cumulative GPA. 
  • DACA and Dream students qualify for all CUC scholarships
  • Active Duty and Veterans please find more information here:

Minimum GPA: 2.0 (2.5 for College of Education)

Scholarships are merit-based, and range from $3,000-$13,000 per year. An additional $1,000 is awarded to students that are members of Phi Theta Kappa. 

DePaul is on a rolling admission basis for Fall applicants.

Please note: Music and Theatre students, as well those with international college credit, would not be able to receive a decision at this event as they have different admission offices and processes.

Maria G. Salgado
Assistant Director of Transfer Admission 
P: 708-524- 6799
Preferred Pronouns: Sher/Her/Hers/Ella

Transfer Admission Requirements:

  • High School diploma or GED
  • Cumulative 2.5 GPA in a 4.0 scale
    • Less than 12 semester hours must also meet freshman requirements (ACT/SAT score optional)
    • Less than 24 semester hours must also submit official high school transcripts
  • Official transcripts from all colleges attended
  • International Students Application Process


Dominican University Transfer Application

Dominican Scholarships

Dominican Majors & Programs

Dominican University Transfer Guide

Our dual degree program is a great item to share with students:

Below is just the general admissions information for Transfer students.

In order to transfer to GSU you must meet the following requirements:

  • 24 or more semester credit hours of college coursework.
  • 0 or higher cumulative GPA.
  • Good standing at the last institution you attended.

*Some programs have application deadlines and require higher GPAs for admission.

Transfer Admission Guidelines:

  • While we review applications holistically, most admitted transfer students have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. We especially look closely at a student's performance in major-relevant courses, as well as the relevance of their coursework to their intended major.
  • We encourage students to check their coursework for transferability by using Transferology:


Fast Forward:


Transfer admission requirements

A completed/submitted free online transfer application 

A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher 

Transcripts with 20 minimum college credits 

Note: Supplemental application materials (optional): personal statement/essay, resume, letters of recommendation

Items not required: ACT/SAT test scores, high school transcripts 


College application link

Free online transfer application URL:


Scholarship info and links

Automatic merit-based transfer scholarship consideration. $12,000 to $23,000 yearly merit scholarship awards for full-time students, and $1,500 PTK scholarship award. No separate application required for merit-based transfer scholarship and PTK scholarship consideration. But students can click here to learn about our merit-based transfer scholarships and PTK scholarships. Note: Dreamer scholarship is only available to admitted students after they receive their official acceptance letter via their application portal. 


Additional information

List of majors:

Fin Aid Info:

Tuition and Fee Info:


Erasto [Eddie] Martinez-Nieto
Pronouns | He, Him 
Senior Assistant Director | Undergraduate Admission | Loyola University Chicago
1032 W Sheridan Road | Sullivan Center, Room 150 | Chicago, IL 60660
P: 773.508.7444 | E: | W:
Interested in scheduling a transfer student meeting? Register for an appointment today!

Anna M. Figueroa, MEd

Community College Relationship Manager


Phone: (312) 261-3089


Transfer Admission Requirements:

*Free application

Application Link:

Require a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 

*Transfer up to *80SMHRS

*Free transcripts

*PTK Scholarship $8,000

Automatically 25% Direct to Success Scholarship (D2S)

NLU Grants & Scholarships:;

NLU programs offer on-site at Morton College

Contact: Laura Dreyer
Phone: 847-951-6307
Merit-based scholarships ranging from $15,500 - $19,500 per year. PTK Students get an additional $2000 per year.

Minimum GPA Requirement
2.0 cumulative GPA (from all schools attended)

Transfer Application Process

  • Transcripts from all colleges attended
    • Official or unofficial—if accepted, official transcripts will be required before beginning classes
  • Online application form
  • 15 college credit hours attempted


  • New, lower tuition beginning Fall 2023 -- $20,000
    • Non-CCPA programs
  • Merit scholarship: automatically reviewed based on GPA
  • PTK scholarship: indicate PTK membership on application form and provide membership certificate
  • Dreamer Scholarship
  • Need-based Roosevelt grant
  • Housing grant for students living on-campus


Helpful Links 

Layla Barakat

Transfer Admission Counselor



Transfer Application Process:

  1. Submit a free application for admission. Saint Xavier operates on a rolling admission basis for non-nursing transfer students. (Nursing deadline: April 1 for summer/fall semester, October 1 for spring semester)
  2. Send in official college transcripts from all institutions attended. Students with fewer than 30 credit hours are required to submit their official final high school transcript. Electronic official transcripts can be sent to (While we review applications holistically, most admitted transfer students have a minimum GPA of 2.0 or higher.)
  3. Applicants for our nursing program are required to submit additional information. A complete transfer nursing application may include: an official TEAS exam score, a Nursing essay of interest, letters of recommendation, and a resume/CV. See our Transfer Into Nursing page for more details on each program's specific admission requirements.


  • Transfer Merit Scholarship: $10,000-$18,000/year based on academic credentials
  • Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Scholarship: $19,000/year.
  • Supersedes the Transfer Merit Scholarship Community colleges may provide additional scholarship opportunities (Chicago Star Scholarship, Crawley Scholarship, etc.).

Please see our Scholarship Directory for more details and additional scholarship opportunities.

Additional Transfer Resources:

  • Wondering what and how credits from other institutions will transfer to SXU? Non-nursing transfer students are welcome to submit an Unofficial Transfer Credit Evaluation Form to learn more.
  • Transfer guides are available to assist students with completing their general education courses and supportive major courses at a community college and then transfer to Saint Xavier University to complete their degree requirements. This guide shows community college courses and their equivalence at SXU.

Contact: Rey Diaz
Phone: 773.481.6659
Here you will find over 600 scholarship opportunities available for you as an admitted SIU student.

Wendy Downing

Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions


P: 708-239-4802


Transfer Admission Requirements:

  • To be considered for unconditional admission, a cumulative college GPA of 2.5 and satisfactory academic progress are needed. 
  • If a student has completed fewer than 24 credit hours, a high school transcript is required. 
  • An associate’s degree is not required for transfer admission, and Trinity will accept a maximum of 75 credit hours from a two-year college or unlimited credits from a four-year college or university. 


Helpful Links:


Transfer Scholarships:

  • Merit Scholarships – no additional application is needed for Merit Scholarships. Students with a 3.0+ are eligible for a merit scholarship ranging from $3,000-$6,000. 
  • Phi Theta Kappa – no additional application is needed for a $500 Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship. 
  • Transfer Academic Excellence – students with a 3.7+ and who have completed 30+ credit hours are eligible for our full tuition scholarship, the Transfer Academic Excellence award. A short essay, 1 letter of recommendation, and an interview is required. For more information, visit
  • Additional Leadership & Diversity Scholarship information can be found at

Contact: Daniel Lamoureux
Phone: 708-456-0300 EXT: 3690

Contact: Alexandria Rodriguez
Website: for general transfer info and for presentations, chat, and appointments
Scholarships/Other Information:
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship and Merit Tuition Scholarship note: students must apply to these scholarships after admission and are not guaranteed.

Fee waiver: We are no longer requiring students to fill out the fee waiver form and submit it to UIC for processing. The form has actually been removed from our registrar website. Students can simply request a fee waiver directly on the UIC transfer application by choosing waiver reason is applicable to them. No additional materials are required.

Our transfer application deadline for the Spring 2021 semester has been extended to November 2nd and our websites do reflect the extension date.


Private Colleges and Universities (PICU) Fair

The annual Private Colleges and Universities Fair (PICU), allows students to learn about their transfer options and meet admissions representatives from colleges and universities across Illinois. The 2019 PICU Fair took place on Wednesday, February 27.

For more information on PICU, visit their website. PICU also offers scholarships to students attending one of their members schools. For more information, visit PICU online scholarships.

lllinois Articulation Initiative (IAI)

The Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) facilitates the transfer of students from one Illinois institution to another. Both a general education core curriculum and a lower-division major recommendation course listing have been developed. For more information, visit the IAI website.

Transfer Planning

If you plan to transfer to another institution, start early and begin by downloading the Transfer Timeline (PDF). The Transfer Timeline can prepare you for upcoming milestones in the transfer process.

If you are pursuing an Associate in Arts degree, click here to watch a video to better understand how to complete a transfer worksheet.


Other Transfer Planning Resources:

College Navigator:

College Scorecard:

How Will My Coursework Transfer to Another Institution?

Two free websites, iTransfer and Transferology, allow you to:

  • View course equivalencies
  • View program requirements
  • Enter and store course work

Request an evaluation of transfer work in relation to a program

Click here to watch a video on a step-by-step tutorial on using Transferology.