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Division of Student Development
2 East South Street
Galesburg, IL 61401-4999
Transfer students play an integral role in the life of Knox College. Your experiences at other institutions contribute to the vitality and diversity of our student body both inside and outside of the classroom.
While much of your preparation for life at Knox as a transfer student will be the same as for incoming first-year students, there are some differences. Here are answers to some of the frequently asked questions we receive from transfer students.
Financial aid does not transfer from school to school. Your financial aid will be recalculated for Knox. Contact the Office of Student Financial Services with questions.
Yes! Students who transfer to Knox may be eligible for renewable scholarships up to $45,000 per year. Scholarships are available to students from two- and four-year colleges, and universities and are awarded based on the level of academic achievement in liberal arts courses. Learn more about transfer student scholarships.
At Knox, courses are generally worth one credit, and you’ll need 36 credits to graduate. Credits typically transfer at .3 credits per semester hour and .2 credits per quarter hour. The maximum number of transfer credits we'll accept from a community college is 18; from other institutions, no more than 19 credits overall may be accepted. Learn more about our transfer policies and materials we need to determine transferable coursework .
Your credits will be transferred, but not your GPA.
Yes. We offer placement exams in math, second languages, and music. These short online exams help us ensure that you're enrolled at the level appropriate for your skills. Learn more about placement exams.
Instead of two 16-week semesters, Knox has three 10-week terms. During each term, you will typically take three classes.
That depends. You will need to take First-Year Preceptorial if you have spent less than one year on a college campus.
Your academic advisor will contact you to set up a time to choose your courses for the upcoming term and review your transfer credits.
We work closely with students after they submit their new student housing preference form to place them with a roommate who best matches their preferences. We’ve paired transfer students together as roommates and have created transfer-student suite living arrangements as well.
Orientation is a time for you to learn more about your new academic home and get organized to begin your studies at Knox. Orientation is mandatory for both new and transfer students and we will have some specific programs designed to help introduce you to the College and answer questions you might have about your time here.
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