Campus Visit Days

Tours, presentations and meetings with our admissions counselors begin at 10am:

You may join us at one of our upcoming undergraduate events or request a campus visit that fits your schedule.  Contact us today with any questions by phone at (954) 262-8000 or by email at admissions@nova.edu.

Students outside the Shepard Broad Law Center on NSU main campus

Transfer Applicants

Undergraduate students who are transferring to Nova Southeastern University from another college or university, regardless of number of credits obtained, are considered Transfer Applicants. Students who are dual enrolled in college and high school concurrently are considered Freshman Applicants.

Transfer Applicants are welcome to experience the traditional day or evening programs at our Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus, attend classes at one of our Regional Campuses or online.

Step 1 – Submit an Application for Admission

Students may apply for admission using the NSU undergraduate application.  The first step is to create an NSU account and apply through your personalized account page.  Once you complete and submit the NSU application your personalized checklist will appear within your account page and is updates as documents are received.

Students can choose to submit an optional essay and will find information on their account page once they submit the application.  A non-refundable $50 application fee is required.           

Step 2 – Official Transcripts

Request that official transcripts from all current and previous schools and/or institutions be sent directly to NSU.  For applicants with less than 24 college credits, please send official high school transcripts.  It is also possible that official test scores may be requested of those with less than 24 college credits.  Please send to:

Nova Southeastern University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
3301 College Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314

For more information on transfer credits, please visit Transfer Evaluation Services for Undergraduate Students.

Step 3 – Submit SAT/ACT Scores

If requested, please submit the official SAT or ACT score report directly from the testing agency.**  NSU super scores both the SAT and ACT so if you take the exam more than once, you must submit all of your test scores to ensure we have your best and highest composite scores on record.  NSU currently only considers the critical reading and math score for the SAT.  For the ACT, NSU does not utilize the optional writing section.

  • SAT Code 5514
  • ACT Code 6706

** We will also accept SAT or ACT scores as official which are printed on official high school transcripts.

Fall Application for Transfer Applicants

REGULAR DECISION - priority date: April 1

Regular Decision is a non-binding decision plan.  Admission decisions will be released starting October 15 and will continue on a rolling basis as applications are completed and reviewed by the Admission Committee.

 

To be considered a transfer applicant, you must have college credits completed at a regionally-accredited college after graduating high school. A maximum of 90 credit hours from regionally-accredited institutions can be counted toward a degree.

2016 Admitted Academic Profile
Average College GPA 3.11 (Overall)

Fall 2016 New Transfer Profile

Demographic Profile
Number of Applicants 1,060
Number of Enrolled 367

Phi Theta Kappa Award 

New transfer students who are members of Phi Theta Kappa will receive an additional $1,000 added to their Dean's scholarship. Students must indicate on their application for admission that they are a member of Phi Theta Kappa and show proof of their membership.

Provost Transfer Scholarship
A $5,000 award program for Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus transfer students who demonstrate high academic ability

  • have a minimum grade point average of 3.75

  • have at least 24 transferable credits

  • be a first-time enrollee to NSU for the fall semester only

Dean’s Scholarship
Based on the past academic achievement
$3,000 to $6,000 per year award determined by previous grades at college level. Students must submit their application by March 1st.
Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at (954) 262-8000 or admissions@nsu.nova.edu for more information.
Looking for more scholarships? Use the NSU Scholarship Search today!

Transfer Evaluation Services

Learn more about NSU's policies on transfer credit, examinations, prior experience and the process for requesting transfer credit at the Office of Transfer Evaluation Services website. (TES) provides services to undergraduate students who wish to transfer credits to NSU and to students who wish to obtain college credits for learning experiences outside the class room.  You may also use the Transfer Credit System tool to find out how your credits may transfer into NSU!

  • Dual Admission is a Premier Program and has a competitive selection process.  Not all Dual Admission programs will accept Transfer Students. Please refer to our dual admission website for specific information.

    Transfer students interested must complete an application for admissions AND submit the following information:

    1. Complete and submit a Shark Preview Premier Programs Application
    2. Review information about the Shark Preview Interview Weekends and the selection process at: www.nova.edu/SharkPreview

    Deadline:

    Fall 2017 Dual Admission applicants must apply by March 1st. All candidates submitting completed applications by the deadline will be considered.  We encourage all students interested in the Dual Admission Program to apply early to meet all necessary deadlines.

Clyde

Clyde Lewis
Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions
Direct: (954) 262-8016, Cell: (954) 471-6188
ClydLewi@nova.edu

Clyde Lewis is originally from the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago and has been living in South Florida since 1997.  He is currently working on a Doctoral degree in Education at Nova Southeastern University.  His education also includes an M.S. in Human Resource Management from Nova Southeastern University and a B.S. in Social Work from Florida Atlantic University. Prior to joining the world of higher education, Clyde held roles as an advocate for the elderly, chaired an international charity organization, and worked as a human resources manager.
Clyde’s take on what makes NSU unique is the attention paid to detail in designing the academic curriculum. Input is often solicited from employers with the intent of producing graduates who meet their professional expectations.Clyde conducts monthly visits at Miami Dade College and is eager to assist you on your path to the joining the NSU experience.Clyde works with prospective transfer students in Florida with last names beginning Q-Z and online students with last names beginning Q-Z.

Cavell

Cavell Vassell
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions
Direct: (954) 262-8062, Cell: (954) 643-4183
CV303@nova.edu

Cavell has spent over 22 years in higher education. She grew up in New Haven, Connecticut but is now happy to be living South Florida.  Cavell is currently pursuing a B.S. degree in Business Administration. Cavell is very excited about NSU’s new Center for Collaborative Research and the upcoming NSU Hospital which will combine research, academics and patient care.  These opportunities will provide a specialized research environment for undergraduate students. Cavell conducts monthly visits at Palm Beach State College and is eager to assist you seamlessly continuing your educational journey at NSU. Cavell counsels prospective transfer students throughout Florida with the last names beginning I- P and all online students with the last names beginning I-P. She loves helping students make informed decisions regarding their education and career.

Daryl

Daryl Ayan
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions
Direct: (954) 262-7569, Cell: (954) 440-8661
DaryAyan@nova.edu

Daryl earned his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Nova Southeastern University, as well as a Master's degree in Human Resource Management from NSU. Daryl's favorite tradition at NSU are events sponsored by Student Activities. Daryl feel strongly that NSU is a great place to be grounded in real-world research and academic experience.  As an alumnus of NSU, he has realized his potential. NSU prepared Daryl to anticipate the challenges of graduate school and the workforce.  NSU’s approach to education fosters students and propels students to carry out their own research designs and studies.  Students are also encouraged to become participants in psychological studies. An education at NSU is truly one of a kind. Beyond the classroom, NSU's Career Development prepared Daryl for career success.  In Daryl’s own words “NSU has inspired me to be driven for success, to live a life with integrity and with an open mind for life-long learning”.  Daryl conducts monthly visits at Broward College and is eager to assist students in their transition to NSU. Daryl counsels prospective transfer students throughout Florida with the last names beginning A-H and all online students with the last names beginning A-H.