You’ve Got This
If you’re ready to transfer but aren’t sure how to get started, no worries. At PBA, we’ve simplified the transfer process and our dedicated transfer counselors will be there for you every step of the way.
A Simple and Supportive Process
We have admission counselors who work exclusively with transfer students and will provide you with all the support you need, every step of the way.
- Begin the transfer process by completing your application for admission.
- Have all official transcripts from institutions previously attended sent to PBA.
- Schedule a course evaluation session to determine your transfer credits.
Raise Your MAST
MAST is our Mentors Assisting Sailfish Transfers program in which a current transfer student mentors incoming transfer students prior to the fall semester of their first year.
An Investment in You
PBA awards $27 million in scholarships and financial aid to students every year, with 97 percent of our students receiving some form of assistance. And you may qualify for a Phi Theta Kappa scholarship which is awarded exclusively to transfer students.
Average number of semesters it takes for transfer students to earn their PBA degree.
67 Transfer Credits
The number of credits you can transfer from a two-year school.
88 Transfer Credits
Number of credits you can transfer from a four-year school.
DIVE into Internships
Discover Internships as Vocational Education (DIVE) is our way of emphasizing the life-changing experience that an immersive career opportunity can offer.You’ll make the most of the world-class professional opportunities that students find in West Palm Beach.
Speak with a Counselor
Our admissions counselors are here to support you throughout your journey to PBA. Their care and drive will empower you to make the most of every class and opportunity. And they are available to answer your questions as you prepare to make PBA your new home.
Career Preparation at PBA
What starts at PBA doesn’t end here. Openness to learning and asking for support is part of the recipe for success that you learn as a Sailfish. Both receiving help and giving it are always the building blocks of a community that works together to make a lasting impact.