It's really easy to transfer the Corban. A large percentage of our student population are actually transfer students. We accept all classes 100 level or higher-- that you've earned a C- in or higher. So send us your transcripts, we'll take a look at it, and see how those classes from your previous college or university will transfer into Corban. Your admissions counselor will be able to help you look over your transcript and evaluate it for you. And they'll work closely with you-- so that you can make sure you get the classes that you need for your new major coming over from your old school. There's lots of scholarships available for transfer students at Corban. The biggest and most popular one is the academic scholarship. The way we evaluate that is we look at your current GPA from your college or university. And then we equate that with the number that we can give you each year that you're at Corban. We also have community college partners scholarship and a variety of other scholarships. Another way that we integrate our transfer students into the Corban community is through seminar groups. Seminar groups are a time where students meet with professors in the same major. They share the same major, and they ask questions whether it's about classes, or the Corban community or how things work. And we make sure we get those questions answered. But those students are in a community with other people that have shared same experiences of going to a different school before coming to Corban. Some ways that students can get involved at Corban is through clubs, sporting events, intamurals, hangouts, dorm events. Even if you don't live in the dorms, coming to the dorm events is a great way to get to know other people. Also, our class sizes are small. So it's easy to get to know other people within your class, no matter if they're a transfer student, or if they're first time freshmen. Maybe they're graduating, you'll still be in a class with them. And you get to know a lot of students throughout Corban, all through different majors and different walks of life. At Corban, we pair you with an academic advisor. This advisor helps you map out what classes you'll take in order to graduate on time. Something to note with transfers is that you already are bringing in credits and we want to make sure you're graduating on time, and not spending a lot of extra time creating credits that you've already come in with from a different institution. So your academic advisor will work with you to move those credits into classes that you will need for your degree, and help you to complete your degree on time. We value the work that you've already put into your education and we're so excited to help you continue and finish your degree. We hope to see you soon at Corban!