Community College Transfer Scholarship
$5,400, $900 per Quarter
Number of Awards
First Day of the Quarter
Promoting Your Transfer Success
You’ve earned your associate degree – now it’s time to take your education further. City University of Seattle is proud to offer the Transfer Scholarship, a $5,400 opportunity for transfer students looking to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must be a first-time CityU applicant transfer student (U.S. domestic or international) from a Washington Community College or Technical College that has earned an associate degree within the last 18 months and is enrolling in any eligible program at the undergraduate level. Students are encouraged to apply in their last quarter of enrollment of obtaining their associate degree.
How to Apply
- Complete the Transfer Scholarship Application.
- Submit a copy of a current transcript from a Washington Community or Technical College confirming an associate degree was conferred.
- Scholarship must be used for tuition only
- Remaining award funds may rollover to another quarter for up to two additional quarters before it is rescinded
- Must be full time (10 credit hours) each term to maintain eligibility
- Must be continuously enrolled each award year, with one optional vacation term within the award year
- Award not to exceed three award years
- Must be a transfer student from any Washington State Community or Technical College
- Awarded to students who have not exceeded 18 months from transferring
- Must have earned an associate degree
- Must be enrolled in an eligible undergraduate degree program
- Must have a transfer cumulative GPA of at least a 2.0
- May not receive any other forms of tuition discount (military, CityU employee benefit, etc.)
CityU offers a variety of scholarships. To see all of the scholarships we offer, check out our Scholarship Page.
For general scholarship questions:
Financial Aid Office
Other Scholarship Resources
We have compiled a list of external scholarship and grant resources which we offer as an additional reference for students. These resources are not affiliated with the university.