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Transfer to Augustana, transform your future

Each year more than 100 students transfer to Augustana from community colleges and four-year colleges and universities.

The transfer process from Illinois colleges is especially easy because Augustana is a member of the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI). But whatever path you've taken so far, there's a place for you here. You'll find the support you need to achieve your goals.

New in 2021 —  the Transfer Student Income Assurance Program

Our Transfer Student Income Assurance Program is a pilot program in which transfer students are guaranteed the average income for their academic field for the first five years after graduating from Augustana.

The first 20 new transfer students who apply and are admitted between July 15 and August 23, 2021, and enroll for fall of 2021, will be eligible for the income insurance program.

This pilot program is limited and targeted as a test, involving no cost to students or to Augustana.

For details, contact Bonne Jessee, associate director of admissions and transfer enrollment, at 309-794-7395.


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Find out how to transfer to Augustana, our GPA requirements, how your credits will transfer and more.

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Scholarship Estimator

Most Augustana students receive scholarships based on merit, talent and interests. There's no such thing as one-price-fits all here. Find out how much you could receive in scholarships when you transfer. 

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See for yourself why so many students consider this place home. Transfer Fridays are visit days designed especially for students like you— learn about transferring credits, requirements, scholarships and more. 

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Benjamin Payne
MORE THAN I IMAGINED | BENJAMIN PAYNE

"Once I transferred to Augustana, my journalism studies and extracurriculars solidified my decision to pursue journalism."

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