George Williams College

Transfer Students

Come be a part of a close-knit community of learners, working together to prepare for leadership roles in numerous fields.

If you have completed at least 15 semester hours or 22.5 quarter hours of college coursework, you are considered for transfer student admission.

Applicants with less than 30 semester hours of transferable college coursework will be required to meet the academic qualifications for freshman applicants and provide the following:

  • Official high school transcripts with proof of graduation
  • ACT composite score of at least 19 (with no subscore below a 17) or combined SAT scores of at least 910 (with English subscore of at least 410)
  • A cumulative GPA of at least a 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) at the college or university last attended
  • Official transcripts of all high school and previous college work

Admission Process

At George Williams College, we operate on a rolling admission policy. This means we will offer admission to qualified transfer students on an ongoing basis throughout the year; however, we encourage you to submit your application early to secure your spot and qualify for financial aid.

Community College Transfer Credit

Check out our transfer guides to see which of your courses from area community colleges will transfer.

Click here for information on our guaranteed transfer admission agreement with the College of Lake County.

How to Apply

  1. Complete the free online application for admission.
  2. Submit your official transcripts.

    • If you have 60 or more hours of credit, you only need to submit transcripts from other colleges or universities that you attended.
    • If you have 30 to 59 hours of credit, you will need to submit a photo of your high school diploma or your high school transcripts and your college transcripts.
    • If you have 15 to 29 hours of credit, you will need to submit your high school and college transcripts as well as ACT or SAT scores.

    Official transcripts should be sent to:
    Aurora University
    Office of Admission
    347 S. Gladstone Ave.
    Aurora, IL 60506

    If possible your high school or college can send your official, encrypted transcripts electronically to

  3. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You will automatically be considered for academic and need-based scholarships when your application for admission and FAFSA have been submitted. Use Aurora University Federal School Code for FAFSA: 001634.

Conditional Admission

If you do not meet the criteria for regular admission, you may be admitted on a conditional basis. Contact an admission representative to review your transcripts and discuss your options.


Contact the Office of Admission at 262-245-8564 or



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