Transfers choose Milligan because of our excellent academics, welcoming Christian community, small classes and personal attention, generous scholarships and financial aid, and the easy and comfortable transition. If you have the following, contact our Transfer Counselor, who can walk you through the transfer application process:
- Completed 24 or more college credit hours after high school graduation at the time of application to Milligan College (If you are a working adult age 24+, you might consider our Adult Degree Completion Program)
- In good standing at an accredited college or university
- At least a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
- Shown evidence of Christian commitment and academic potential
Free Transcript Review
College credits from most accredited two- and four-year institutions are widely transferable to Milligan College. Send us your transcript(s) and our Registrar will review them and get you a free evaluation of what credits will transfer to Milligan. Read more about our Transfer Credit Policy »
Tennessee Community Colleges
Milligan participates in the Tennessee Transfer Pathways program, whereby students completing associate degree programs in certain programs at Tennessee community colleges can transition seamlessly to Milligan College as a junior.
We also have an A.A./A.S. Transfer Agreement with Tennessee Community Colleges that helps Transfers meet Milligan’s general education requirements.
Competitive Transfer Scholarships
Transfer students with a cumulative college GPA of 3.0 and above may apply for an additional $4,000 transfer scholarship. Milligan aid packages (in addition to state and federal aid) may vary up to $20,000 per year and are awarded based on a combination of academic merit, service experience, and financial need. Students must enroll full-time in the traditional undergraduate program. Athletic recruits, performing arts scholarship recipients, Adult Degree Completion students, or those with previous bachelor’s degrees are not eligible for the competitive transfer awards. To renew a second year, a GPA of 2.5 at full-time status must be maintained at Milligan College. To apply:
- Submit an Application for Admission to Milligan and indicate you are a Transfer
- Complete the Transfer Scholarship Application (a resume of campus and community involvement and an essay are part of the scholarship application). Deadline June 1.
- Have your FAFSA results sent to Milligan
Merit-based scholarships for transfer students are offered based on your transferring GPA. Contact the Admissions Office for details. Below are scholarship amounts for Fall 2016.
|$10,500||3.75 & above|
*Athletes must have a 3.0 GPA or higher to receive both transfer merit and athletic scholarships.
PHI THETA KAPPA Scholarships
A limited number of $1,000 PTK Scholarships may be awarded to high-achieving community college transfer students in addition to the Transfer Merit Scholarship and need-based aid. Funding is limited so apply early. Eligibility:
- New transfer students with current membership in Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
- GPA of 3.5 or higher with completion of at least 40 transferable credit hours
- Part-time students and students with previous bachelor’s degrees are not eligible
- Students offered PTK Scholarship may qualify for a Milligan Transfer Scholarship and need-based aid; other Milligan aid (athletic, Goah, personnel grant, Jeanes, etc.) may not be combined with PTK
- To renew a second year, a GPA of 3.0 at full-time status must be maintained at Milligan College
You can also transfer your federal and state (including Tennessee Hope Scholarships) aid programs to Milligan. Visit our SFS page or contact us to see details and what other aid you might qualify for.
We have a payment plan to help make budgeting easier for you and your family.