Lenoir-Rhyne University understands the needs of transfer students and has made a commitment to serve those needs. Whether you're transferring from a community college or another four-year institution, we want to make the process as easy as possible.
If you have earned an Associate of Arts degree from a NC Community College, the remaining LRU core requirements include: 6 credit hours of foreign language (if not previously taken), Religion 100, COM 111 (public speaking) and two Level II courses. Note that Level II core courses are not transferrable.
Let us show you how easy the transfer process can be!
- Steps to Transfer to Lenoir-Rhyne
- Transferring credits from a North Carolina Community College? View the Equivalency Guide
- Access our Transfer Evaluation Tool (No User Name or Password required)
- Adult Learner Program
Attend an Open House- April 14th
If you are interested in transferring to Lenoir-Rhyne, this event is for you. This is an opportunity for you to come meet your transfer counselor, have you transcript evaluated, learn about Lenoir-Rhyne, and take a tour of the campus. Register here.
Attend an Advising and Registration Day
At this event, you will be able to meet with an advisor, register for classes, visit the bookstore, get your Student ID made, and more. Make sure you attend one of these dates. For student starting in the summer, please register and plan to attend on May 16th. For student starting in the fall, please register and plan to attend on June 27th.
Scholarships are available for Transfer Students.
- LR Scholars Awards of up to $7,500 per year based on academic achievement.
- A minimum of $9,000 for community college Phi Theta Kappa members.
- Up to an additional $2,500 for Psychology, Entrepreneurship, Criminal Justice, Health and Exercise Science majors.
- Teaching Scholars program for Transfers includes scholarships. Contact Dr. Monica Campbell for more information.
For more information contact: