Did you know it takes only a couple of small steps to transfer to NewU University?
People think transferring to another college must be a long, expensive, difficult process. At NewU University, we believe less is more. That is why we greatly simplified the entire journey, so that it takes minutes instead of days and weeks to transfer your college credits here free and fast.
Fast-Forward Your College Journey with the Shortest Bachelor's Program in the US
- Complete your Bachelor’s faster than anywhere else – transfer already earned credits + earn 20 credits per semester at NewU
- Earned college credits at any time? You qualify for admission at NewU as a Transfer Student
- No transfer fee
- No essays
- No recommendation letters
- No GPA minimum
- No obligation to enroll when you get your credits approved for transfer
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College That Won't Break the Bank
When students and parents discover NewU University, the first thing that often comes to mind is “It’s too good to be true”. But there are these rare moments when a great opportunity is simply there for the taking.
- Average tuition, fees, and books only $6,500 per year
- Scholarships for all regardless of FAFSA eligibility
- Bachelor’s in 3 years saves an entire year of time and money
Free college credits transfer review
Only College Transcript needed
Credits approval within the week
College Credits Transfer Request
All you have to do is provide your contact information and an electronic copy of your college transcript. That’s it! We will take care of the rest.
We review college transcripts and give you a decision on which credits you can transfer to NewU within the same week you submitted your document. Stay tuned!
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