Return To Campus Plan
Lipscomb University's comprehensive plan to return to campus.Learn More
Each year, students from across the country transfer to Lipscomb University seeking a place where they are welcomed, supported, challenged and uniquely prepared for lives of impact.
When you join our community, you step into a strong network of faculty, staff and peers who are invested in your academic and personal success. Through robust career connections, innovative academic programs and special financial aid for transfers, we’ve carefully crafted our campus community to help you thrive.
Whatever your story has been so far, we’re glad that you’re considering Lipscomb University for your next chapter.
Complete an application.
Don’t worry about the application fee—we waive it for all transfers!
Or you can complete the application through the Common App.
Find out how your credit will transfer.
At Lipscomb, courses are generally accepted for transfer if they were earned at a regionally accredited college or university with a final grade of C or higher. To get a better look at how your credits will transfer, visit our transferring credits page.
Send us your official transcripts.
Submit an official transcript from each college you’ve previously attended. If you are transferring with fewer than 60 credit hours, we also ask that you submit your ACT or SAT scores, as well as your official high school transcript sent to Lipscomb directly from the issuing school. Please send transcripts via one of the following:
As my time studying at my community college while living at home came to a close, I was still very unsure where I wanted to continue my education. I stumbled across Lipscomb and after my first visit, I was in love. It was the close knit, Christ centered community, that I had been praying for, and now as a current student, it has exceeded my every expectation. I've met lifelong friends, participated in many campus events and have found this place to be my home away from home.
Lipscomb University is a community like no other. The campus has a small town feel, but the city of Nashville is anything but. One of my worries about transferring was being able to meet people. At Lipscomb, everyone did a great job of putting that fear to rest. Faculty, different student organizations, and of course the students themselves welcomed and encouraged me into the campus life. I can honestly say that transferring was one of the scarier times in my life, but definitely one of the best.
I was attracted to Lipscomb partly because of the number of mission trips Lipscomb offers to their students. I knew I wanted to travel and go on mission trips while I was in college and I could not think of a better place to do that than at Lipscomb. Another factor that played a big role in my decision was the faculty. My advisor and teachers all genuinely cared about my success and I knew that this, as well as the small class sizes, would give me a fantastic opportunity to build relationships with my professors.