Franklin College offers rolling admission, and our online application is free all year. Transfer students usually enter Franklin College during spring or fall semester. If interested in beginning Immersive Term (early January), please discuss this option with our transfer coordinator before applying.
Complete the online application and provide documentation.
Request from your high school guidance office or www.Parchment.com. If you receive the transcript, do not open it. Place it in a larger envelope and forward to Franklin College Office of Admissions by U.S. Mail. Transcripts need to come directly from Parchment or your high school to be considered official.
If you have completed more than 24 credit hours of college credit, then you do not need to submit a high school transcript.
Request from your registrar’s webpage or www.Parchment.com. Again, transcripts need to come directly from Parchment or your previous institution(s) to be considered official.
Students five or more years out of high school should call the Franklin College transfer coordinator in the office of admissions at 317.738.8059 to discuss the possibility of a simplified admissions process.
Franklin College is considered a Military Friendly School. Veterans are encouraged to contact Jarrod Brett, VA certifying official in the Franklin College Office of Academic Records, jbrett@FranklinCollege.edu or 317.738.8132, for additional guidance. Visit the military applicants webpage for more information.
Franklin College and Ivy Tech have made specific arrangements to assist transfer students in completing their education.
Students whose college or university recently closed for business should call the Franklin College transfer coordinator in the office of admissions at 317.738.8059 to discuss the possibility of a simplified admissions process.
Wondering how your courses will transfer? Find out at www.Transferology.com.
If you don’t see a specific course evaluated, please send Franklin College Office of Academic Records a current course syllabus to determine transferability. If you do not have access to the course syllabus anymore, please request it from the professor who taught your course or from the registrar/academic records office at the institution where you took the course. This will need to be done for each course not yet evaluated.
Franklin College will accept undergraduate transfer course work, credits by examination and other non-traditional credits presuming the following:
Franklin College Office of Admissions forwards all official transcripts of admitted students to Franklin College Office of Academic Records for evaluation of courses completed. Once the evaluation is finished, transfer students will receive their official transfer credits report.
Franklin College offers academic merit awards to transfer students. The amount is specified at the time of admission, usually ranging from $7,000-16,000 per year of aid eligibility. Ivy Tech ASAP students and/or Phi Theta Kappa members should note these involvements on the application as they may be eligible for additional scholarships.
For questions about aid, contact the Franklin College Office of Financial Aid, 317.738.8075 or finaid@FranklinCollege.edu.
Need additional information about admissions, financial aid or transfer credits?
Amy Faught, Transfer Coordinator
We will do our best to ensure that investigating a future here at Franklin College is as seamless as possible for you!
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If you have specific questions, contact the office of admissions at 888.852.6471 or 317.738.8075 or email us at admissions@FranklinCollege.edu.