Transfer to Loma
Whether you're active duty, a veteran, a dependent of a service member, or looking to join ROTC, find a multitude of resources and programs available to you!Learn More
Residential life is an important part of PLNU's campus culture. We see it as a challenging, rewarding way to live out our commitment to being a Christian community.Learn More
Commuter Student Services
Connect with fellow transfer and commuter students, find a place to relax in the Commuter Lounge, access helpful resources, or join one of the many transfer student activities.Learn More
Transfer Activities Group
Whether you're setting foot on campus as a transfer or commuter student, we'll connect with you for special activities, events, and opportunities to ensure you feel engaged and involved within your PLNU community.
Visit and connect with PLNU from the comfort of your own home! Schedule a meeting with PLNU admissions, academic, and guidance counselors.
Guide to Transferring
Whether you're returning to school, transitioning from community college, or looking to finish your degree at an institution that best aligns with your values, transferring from one place of higher education to another is more common than many may realize.
Clubs and Activities
Dive into Life at Loma the way that's best for you through different clubs and activities around campus.
Fall 2021 to spring 2022
Minimum Weight GPA
|Amount Per Year|
Transfer Merit 1
|Between 3.0 and 3.29||$5,000|
Transfer Merit 2
|Between 3.3 and 3.59|
Transfer Merit 3
|3.6 or higher||$10,000|
**For transfer students who have completed 16 or more units at another college or university. Transfer students who will have completed fewer than 16 units at another college or university at the time they enroll at PLNU are not eligible for transfer merit aid. However, incoming freshmen merit aid (with the same requirements) is available.
Read more about merit-based awards
68%of transfer students who applied were admitted in fall 2021.
50+Student clubs & organized activities
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About 1/4of new students each year are transfer students.