If you’re looking for a college education that will set you up for success in today’s most in-demand science and technology fields, you belong at Harrisburg University.
We make it easy to transfer credits from a two-year or four-year institution. You can transfer a maximum of 87 credits into an undergraduate degree. Transfer students can even qualify to receive a variety of HU scholarships.
Transfer and Partnership Agreements
Our articulation agreements permit students enrolled in certain associate degree programs to transfer credits into specific Harrisburg University degree programs. We currently have an articulation agreement with the following institutions:
- Buck County Community College
- Central Maine Community College
- Community College of Baltimore County
- Community College of Philadelphia
- Frederick Community College
- Harrisburg Area Community College
- Hussian College, School of Art
- Ivy Tech Community College
- Lehigh Carbon Community College
- Montgomery College
- Montgomery County Community College
- Northampton Community College
- Alvernia University
- Central Penn College
- Lackawanna College
- Penn State
- Rosement College
- St. Francis University
- UPMC School of Nursing
- Woz U Partnership
A consortium agreement with another institution of higher education allows a student to remain enrolled at the university while also taking credits at the visiting institution. The university has a consortium agreement for certain nanobiotechnology courses with The Pennsylvania State University – University Park Campus, and for certain computer science courses with Saint Francis University.
Liberal Credit Transfers
You can transfer up to 87 credits toward your bachelor’s degree from Harrisburg University. No more than 70 of these hours can be earned at a two-year institution.
Academic credit from other U.S. higher educational institutions for college-level work is awarded when:
- a final grade of “C” (not “C-”) or higher is earned;
- a course is a reasonable substitute of a University course;
- the course is a reasonable substitute for competencies associated with one of the general education requirements; and,
- the course is considered college-level work, worthy of elective credit in the student’s intended program of study and the student has sufficient unsatisfied elective credit requirements to which this course may be applied.
Students may transfer in a maximum of 87 credits or 70 credits from a two-year institution. Students must complete 33 credits in residence at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. Students must earn a cumulative 2.00 GPA or higher in all coursework and must successfully complete all of the requirements of the declared program of study for which the degree is to be awarded.
For more information or assistance with transferring credits please reach out to Associate Director Brian Morris.
Transfer Scholarships from Harrisburg University
Transfer Presidential Scholarship
Awarded to students transferring from another accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 3.30 or higher.
Transfer Provost Scholarship
Awarded to students transferring from another accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher.
HACC Partnership Scholarship
Awarded to recent graduates of Harrisburg Area Community College. Applicants must apply for all state and federal grants before their respective deadlines. International students are not eligible for this scholarship but may qualify for other scholarships.
CCP Partnership Scholarship
Awarded to recent graduates of Community College of Philadelphia. Applicants must apply for all state and federal grants before their respective deadlines. Interviews may be required. International students are not eligible for this scholarship but may qualify for other scholarships.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
Awarded to full-time undergraduate transfer students enrolled in a degree program at HU who are members of Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society. This scholarship may stack with the Transfer Presidential Scholarship.
Transfer Opportunity Scholarship
Awarded to students transferring from another accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 – 3.0.
More to Explore
We consider every first-year student for a university-funded scholarship. Transfer student scholarships start at $6,000.
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