We’re making it even easier to transfer, so you can focus on what matters: elevating your education. Receive an admission decision, financial aid award and tentative schedule—all on the spot.

You’ve thought about transferring to Dominican. Now go for it. At our in-person Transfer Thursday event, you’ll get a complete breakdown of our simple transfer process, including a one-on-one consultation. Find out about financial aid and scholarships, student life, take a tour, have lunch on our beautiful campus and attend a Q&A session with current Dominican students.

Then, stick around for an express admission experience, where you’ll receive an admission decision, financial aid package, unofficial transfer credit evaluation and tentative course schedule—all on the spot.

Choose your date, below. Be ready to start spring classes in January, or get ahead for fall 2022.

How It Works
  • Register for one of two event dates:
  • Finish your free application to Dominican University if you’ve already started one. If you haven’t, you can still apply now or opt to do so on the spot at the event.
  • You must either request your transcripts from every college you’ve attended be sent electronically or bring sealed transcripts with you. Students with fewer than 24 semester hours of college credit must also bring high school transcripts.
  • File your FAFSA and add Dominican's school code: 001750.
  • On your event day, finalize everything you need to start either in January or fall 2022.

At Dominican, we value the experience you bring as a transfer student. That’s why we’re making it easier than ever for you to accomplish a seamless transition—and finish strong.

Any questions? Please email Michael Morsovillo, director of transfer admission, at mmorsovillo@dom.edu.

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Special Note: In-Person Campus Visits

Students planning to visit campus from states currently on the City of Chicago’s Travel Advisory must comply with the requirements listed upon arrival to the Chicago area.

Consistent with updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dominican University currently requires all students, faculty, staff and visitors to wear face coverings inside all university buildings regardless of their vaccination status. Learn more about our response to COVID-19.

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