Transfer to Northern Vermont University
The path to your goals isn’t always straightforward. But at Northern Vermont University, you can find your direction and follow it.
Each of our beautiful hilltop campuses is a haven for community, collaboration, and opportunity. You’ll make new friends and work with dedicated faculty who are experts in their fields. You’ll discover how you’ll make your impact.
Northern Vermont University also offers online and community-based options for transfer students who aren’t looking for a campus-based experience. Our online, external degree, and direct pathways programs offer a convenient and flexible way for you to complete your degree while you work. And transfer students who enroll full-time are eligible for scholarship support.
No matter which path you choose, our transfer advisors will help you get maximum transfer credit for your previous coursework and ensure that you can earn your degree in the least amount of time.
2018 Transfer Days
Join us at our upcoming Johnson and Lyndon Transfer Days (January 8 and January 11) to learn more about how you can make your impact as an NVU student.
On July 1, 2018, Johnson State College and Lyndon State College will become Northern Vermont University, a single institution with two campuses. During the spring 2018 semester, we remain separate colleges. These links will take you to our current campus websites where you can learn more about the events and register.
Spring 2018 Transfer Students
If you want to transfer for the spring 2018 semester, you will apply to either Johnson State College or Lyndon State College. (We officially become Northern Vermont University, one institution with two campuses, on July 1, 2018).
To learn more about requirements and application procedures for transfer students, choose the link to the campus where you want to enroll.
Fall 2018 Transfer Students
If you want to transfer to Northern Vermont University for fall 2018 or beyond, please follow these simple steps to apply.
1. Complete and submit the Northern Vermont University Application for Admission.
2. Mail your high school transcript or GED to the admissions office at the campus where you seek to enroll. (If you have 18 or more college credits, this requirement is waived.)
3. Arrange to have all college transcripts sent to the admissions office at the campus where you seek to enroll.
4. Submit a letter of recommendation.
Questions? We're here to help.
Northern Vermont University–Lyndon
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 919
1001 College Rd.
Lyndonville, VT 05851
Northern Vermont University–Johnson
Office of Admissions
337 College Hill
Johnson, VT 05056