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At Bloomsburg, everyone's climb is different. Applying is your first step to success.
Let’s get you on your way by choosing the category that best fits you below.
First-year students are typically high school seniors or have graduated recently and have never been to college. Bloomsburg is currently SAT/ACT-optional.
Transfer students have graduated from high school and have enrolled at a university or other post-secondary institution, like a community college.
Check out our new merit-based scholarships for transfer students. Using your weighted GPA, you can determine how much scholarship money you will receive instantly!
Graduate applicants are students who have completed their bachelor's or plan to complete their bachelor's degree and pursue a master's or doctoral degree. Non-degree status is for students interested in taking graduate level courses who do not plan to pursue a master’s degree through Bloomsburg or for students taking Act 48 credits.
Commonwealth University invites former Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield graduate students to return to complete their degree.
Get a head-start on your college career through Commonwealth University’s Early College program at Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield. Students may take up to 12 credits per semester. Summer and winter session courses, up to 6 credits in each session. Courses may be taken on campus or online through participating school districts.
A student who was previously admitted and attended Bloomsburg as a degree-seeking student will need to go through a readmit process. A readmission applicant is also defined as one who failed to enroll for a semester, withdrew, or was academically or socially dismissed from Bloomsburg.
Effective November 8, 2021, all non-immigrant, non-citizen air travelers to the United States will be required to be fully vaccinated and to provide proof of vaccination status prior to boarding an airplane into the United States. Further information can be referenced directly from the Department of State located here.
A second degree applicant must have completed the first degree at Bloomsburg or another college or university which holds regional accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and School/Commission on Higher Education or another regional accreditation body.
If you plan on taking courses at Bloomsburg, but not completing a degree you are considered a "Non-degree" student. This might apply to students who enrolled at another institution, high school students taking college credit, or a number of other unique situations.
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