Clarkson is committed to helping you afford higher education. The Financial Assistance Committee distributes aid to assist as many qualified students as possible.Nine out of 10 students at Clarkson receive some form of financial assistance through scholarships, grants, loans, and campus employment. We also encourage students to explore federal, state and private scholarship and loan opportunities through their transfer office, state education departments, or the Internet.
HOW TO APPLY
Transfer Admissions Requirements
Please submit all of the following materials according to Clarkson’s admission dates and deadlines:
Official transcripts from each college or university you have attended. (If you attended college outside of New York State, please provide course descriptions.
Two letters of recommendation. One should be from a college professor or instructor. The other can be from a transfer counselor, professor, employer or other person able to speak of your ability to succeed at Clarkson University
Personal statement (250-500 words) describing a special interest, experience, or achievement that is important or meaningful to you.
All transfer students are REQUIRED to submit a final high school transcript. This is required for federal aid and will not be taken into consideration for admission, unless the criteria below for credits is not met.
Less Than 24 Hours of Credit
If you have earned less than 24 hours of credit at your current college or university, you will also need to supply the following information:
- Official high school record
- SAT or ACT score report. Clarkson’s SAT code is 2084 and our ACT code is 2698.