A Christian University Education for a Community College Price
If you complete an associate degree from any Tennessee community college, Johnson University is the perfect place for you to continue your education without a high sticker price. Johnson is listed among Forbes magazine’s “100 Most Financially Fit Colleges” and USA Today’s “Least Expensive Colleges to Get Your Degree.”
After receiving their financial aid packages—including programs such as the Federal Pell Grant, TN HOPE, Promise, TSAA, ASPIRE awards, and Johnson University scholarships—many students discover the cost of a Johnson education is comparable to that of a state university or even a community college.
How do Transfer Pathways Work?
The Tennessee Transfer Pathways program provides a way for you to jump into the Johnson community halfway through your college career without needing to redo any of the work from your associate degree.
If you complete all of the community college courses listed for a particular Transfer Pathway, you will earn an A.A. or A.S. degree at the community college. When you transfer to Johnson, the transcript will certify that all 60 credits from your A.A. or A.S. will be accepted at Johnson University and will count toward completion of your general education and major requirements.
What Transfer Pathways does Johnson University offer?
Below is a list of approved TN Transfer Pathways for Johnson University. For information about Johnson University transfer admissions and scholarships, please contact our admissions office.
The information provided on this web page does not take the place of an advisor or counselor. It is intended to help students and parents work together with college admissions counselors and high school guidance counselors to establish an appropriate pathway for transferring from a public Tennessee community college to Johnson University.