Transfer Student Admissions at Schreiner University
You have already taken college classes, so you know what you are looking for in a college. Schreiner University offers students the opportunity to have hands-on experiences with advanced research projects. Our class sizes are small enabling us to provide personal attention from professors within every major. We have outstanding athletic teams, clubs and organizations to help you stay connected to campus and pursue your extra-curricular interests. If you are ready to earn your degree and have the skills needed to go into the workforce or on to graduate school then Schreiner University is the right place for you.
We will make this simple. If you have earned more than 15 transferable college hours with a 2.0 transfer GPA or above, you are automatically accepted. If you have higher than a 2.50 transfer GPA, you may be eligible for a transfer scholarship.
If you have lower than a 2.0 transfer GPA, then we will require you to submit a detailed essay and complete a short interview before we make an admission decision.
What credits will transfer?
We accept credits from all accredited colleges and universities. The majority of your classes should transfer into Schreiner credit; however, it is important to know if your transfer credits are needed for your intended Schreiner major. You can email your unofficial transcripts to Janie Groll for a unofficial transfer evaluation and degree audit.
We have transfer articulation agreements with Alamo Community Colleges in San Antonio. To see the course equivalency guides, go to
Want to visit?
We have a variety of campus visit options, from personal tours during the week to Schreiner Saturday open house programs. Schedule a visit today to learn more about the transfer process and see what we can offer you.
Ready to apply?
Check out our application page to start your online application and see what information we need you to send. Remember that we will need official transcripts from every college, regardless of credit earned. If you have served in the military, we will also need your military transcripts.
Check your application status online! You should have received a letter and an email with a customized link to see what items we have received and what items we are still missing. Remember that information sent in is not automatically updated so give us up to a week to record all information. You can contact your Admission Counselor, Janie Groll, if you have questions.