Our admissions committee evaluates all facets of your application starting with your high school/college transcripts. The types of classes you have completed as well as your academic performance are evaluated. We also consider your standardized test scores (SATs or ACTs) and use your highest combination of scores when reviewing your application.
Although letters of recommendation and an essay are not required and have no bearing in a positive or negative way on the decision to admit you to Bay Path University, you are welcome to submit either or both. The Admissions and Scholarship Committees will use them to get to know you better.
To be considered a transfer student, you must have completed at least 12 college credits in academic subjects from an accredited college or university. If you have fewer than 12 credits, please see the admissions information related to high school students.
Transfer students must have a minimum of a 2.0 cumulative GPA from their previous college work to be considered for admission at Bay Path.
Once you apply for admission to Bay Path University and submit all required materials, your transfer counselor will provide you with an admissions decision within just a few days and will determine how your credits transfer in to Bay Path University. In addition, our scholarship committee will evaluate your application to determine if you qualify for merit based scholarships.