Gordon College logo

Transfer Applicants

Accepting applications for Fall 2024 and Spring 2023-24 (Starting January 2024)!
We value the hard work you’ve already invested in your education, and we appreciate the unique experience and perspective you bring to our campus community. Notice an application fee, interview, or test scores aren't listed in our application steps—some of the many perks of applying to Gordon.

Looking for an unofficial assessment of your credits to Gordon? Use Transferology to learn how your coursework will likely transfer to your bachelor's degree

The Massachusetts Guarantee is a transfer partnership between MA community colleges and participating four-year colleges and universities.  Eligible community college graduates are able to transfer to Gordon seamlessly. Learn more about the Massachusetts Guarantee ➔

Three easy steps to apply:

  • 1

    Complete the online application:


  • 2

    Send us your Transfer Verification Form:
    If you provided an email address for a college administrator such as a dean of students or academic dean, the Transfer Verification Form will be sent directly to that person. If you were unable to provide that information on your application, please do so by contacting your admissions counselor at

  • 3

    Send us your transcript(s):

    If you have completed 24 credits or more of collegiate work, please send us:

    • Your official college transcript(s) (If you’ve attended more than one college, please send us transcripts from each institution.)

    If you have completed fewer than 24 credits (one full academic year) of collegiate work post-high school graduation, please send us:

    • Your official high school and college transcript(s)
    • Your SAT or ACT scores are optional: Gordon is waiving standardized test score requirements. For any student who has been able to take a test, Gordon will still accept your scores (for SAT, visit collegeboard.org, school code 3417; for ACT, visit act.org, school code is 1838). We also accept the Classical Learning Test (CLT), an alternative college entrance exam used by many students, which is available online. Students who are unable to submit scores will not be at a disadvantage in the admissions selection process. 
  • If you’re planning to major in art or music, there are a few additional requirements.
    See the music admissions checklist and/or the art portfolio guidelines.


Rolling Admission Spring semester begins January 10, 2024.
Nov. 15 Non-refundable Deposit Deadline
Rolling Admissions Admissions will continue to accept applications until seats are full for the incoming class of fall 2024.
May 1 $200 National College Decision Day (Non-refundable Deposit Deadline)

Send us your documents:

StampGordon College
Office of Admissions
255 Grapevine Road
Wenham, MA 01984-9771

HAVE A QUESTION? We're here to help!
 or 866.464.6736

Gordon College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Connect with Gordon