Almost nothing gives you a better feel for the real Ambrose experience than being on campus, and we want to help schedule the type of visit that works best for you.
Depending on certain requirements, there are several scholarships for which transfer students are eligible, as well as financial aid options.
St. Ambrose accepts up to 90 credit hours from four-year colleges and universities and up to 64 credit hours from two-year or community colleges.
These guides will help you figure out what classes you've already taken and what you will need to finish at St. Ambrose.
Earn an associate's degree at your community college and then continue to St. Ambrose to finish your bachelor's. This seamless transition ensures Dual Admission students are on-track and receive timely advice on their degree path.
This feature will allow you to obtain an unofficial transfer credit evaluation to assist you in course planning for St. Ambrose University.