Students applying to Redeemer University after completing courses at Mohawk College are considered transfer students. Transfer students must present the same application forms and transcripts as those applying for first-year standing, including an official transcript from each post-secondary institution attended. Applicants transferring with fewer than 24 credit hours of postsecondary studies (equivalent of 8 three-credit courses) will be considered for admission on the basis of their secondary school grades plus completed post-secondary courses. Any completed post-secondary work will be evaluated for possible transfer credit.
Admission to Redeemer University is decided on the basis of grades received at the post-secondary institution from which the student is transferring. The overall standing must be a B- (70% or 7.00 on a 12 point scale). Transfer credits are granted for courses with a minimum grade of B- on a case-by-case scenario based on the program or courses completed. An evaluation of course outlines/syllabi will determine possible equivalency and credit will be granted based on this evaluation. Students who have completed courses in a program with a more technical or applied focus will likely receive less transfer credit. An official evaluation of transfer credit is completed after a student has been admitted.
About Redeemer University
Redeemer University is a Christian undergraduate university offering programs leading to Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education degrees. From its Hamilton, Ontario campus, Redeemer has prepared graduating classes — the next generation of Christian leaders — for more than 35 years. Redeemer students are being shaped by the reformed Christian commitment to see faith woven through all aspects of learning and life. From the classroom to the convocation stage to careers and churches, our faculty, students and alumni are making an impact that resounds in our culture and across the world. Learn more at redeemer.ca.
- We are a Christian university in Hamilton, Ontario
- We're a small institution of approximately 900 students
- It’s free to apply until January 31st (*for Canadian undergraduate applicants)
- We offer a wide variety of experiential learning opportunities (co-ops, internships, study abroad, etc)
- In 2019 our tuition was reduced by 42%