Transfer Students

Transfer students make up 30% of Belhaven's student population. This number might seem high, but these students have discovered something about Belhaven that they haven't found elsewhere. It might be the 12:1 student to faculty ratio, the emphasis on the biblical worldview, or the affordable, accredited degree programs. No matter how you look at it, students are flocking to Belhaven from both two-year and 4-year institutions -don't you think it's time to find out why? Schedule a visit with your Admission Counselor today: 800-960-5940 or admission@belhaven.edu.

  • Completed admission application
  • $25 non-refundable application fee - online payment form
  • Official academic transcripts from all institutions attended. A minimum 2.0 GPA on at least 12 hours of transferable academic courses is required for admission review. Before an academic decision is made, students may be asked to submit additional documents such as an essay and/or recommendation letter. Click here for transcript request form. (PDF)
  • For scholarship purposes, an official ACT or SAT score report and high school transcript if you've attempted less than 30 credit hours may be requested. Belhaven's ACT institutional code is 2180; its SAT code is 1055. Minimum requirement for automatic acceptance is 18 ACT composite or 940 combined critical reading and math SAT score.
  • An essay, interview, and letter of recommendation may be submitted voluntarily by the student or may be requested by the admission office if student does not meet minimum requirements for acceptance.
  • 2 Mumps/Measles/Rubella Immunizations
  • View Community College Course Transfer Guidelines

Non-Degree Students

Please note: After attempting 9 semester hours, students must apply for admission as a degree seeking student or make a request to continue as a special student.

The Department of Education, in collaboration with students, has created the StudentAid.gov web site which is intended to be the go-to source for information and resources about planning, preparing and paying for college education.

Student Testimonials