Linfield University invites students interested in transferring from other 2- or 4-year colleges or universities to apply. Transfer students are student who have either graduated from high school or completed their GED and have completed at least 12 transferrable semester credits at a regionally accredited college or university. The office of admission has counselors who can assist transfer students with questions about the university programs, the admission process and how their credits will transfer toward their intended degree.
RIGHT TO RESCIND ADMISSION POLICY
A disciplinary matter or criminal conviction, whether occurring prior to the time of application, while the application is under review, or after the admission decision has been made, may affect the University’s decisions regarding admission, enrollment, or course of study. Linfield University reserves the right to rescind admission or enrollment in such circumstances. In addition, because offers of admission and enrollment are based upon a record of academic achievement, Linfield reserves the right to rescind admission or enrollment upon receipt of a final high school transcript or most recent college transcript reflecting a significant decline in academic performance or showing that specific program prerequisites have not been met. Finally, if an application misrepresents any information, for any reason, admission or enrollment may be rescinded at the University’s discretion.