We are pleased you are considering Roberts Wesleyan College! If you are a high school graduate who has accrued 12 or more college credits we have created this page for you. Keep reading to find out more about how to begin the admissions process.
Choose Your Program
Rochester's Most Transfer-Friendly School
Your hard-earned college credits should count towards your degree. At Roberts, our generous transfer credit policy will award you every credit you deserve. Estimate how your credits will transfer to Roberts when you download the Transfer Credit Plan or contact your Admissions Counselor for a full Transfer Credit Evaluation.
A visit to campus is not required for admission but is strongly recommended to experience academic and spiritual life on campus. You will have the opportunity to see how you can grow academically and in your faith by sitting in on a class, going to chapel, meeting with professors, and talking to current students.
What We Need From You
Transfer Admissions Standards
Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee admission into Roberts Wesleyan College. An opportunity for additional testing and/or campus interview may be required prior to an admission decision. Any student who has a criminal record will be asked for further information. The minimum transfer requirements for regular admission to Roberts are as follows:
- College Transcript: Cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher out of 4.0 at the last college attended full-time
- Transfer students seeking admission into the Nursing Program have additional admission requirements as outlined here.
Applications are accepted on a rolling admission plan and will be reviewed once all materials have been submitted.
A Transfer Credit Evaluation (TCE) is completed following your acceptance to Roberts.
- For more detailed information go to Transfer Credits.
Make It Official
Once you are accepted, you may submit your enrollment deposit at any time. The $150 deposit secures your spot at Roberts and allows us to register you for classes.
Our traditional undergraduate classes are offered week days from 8 am to 5 pm. If you are looking for a program that is offered exclusively during evenings or online, check out at our Degree Completion programs.