Secure your spot at Bradley by paying your non-refundable enrollment fee of $200 online using the link below. You also may pay by phone by calling (309) 677-1000 or by check mailed to the Office of Undergraduate Admission.Bradley Bound Page
Choose to live on campus in a university-owned residence hall or apartment. If you will start with at least junior standing (56 credit hours), consider one of these off-campus options: St. James Apartments or Main Street Commons.
If you’re interested in living on campus with other transfer students, you can select the transfer specific floor when you complete your housing sign-up form using the Bradley Bound Page linked below.Bradley Bound Page
If you have not already done so, file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible to ensure you receive full consideration for federal, State of Illinois and Bradley University financial assistance. Use the link below to access the FAFSA website.
Soon after receiving your FAFSA information from the U.S. Department of Education, Bradley will send you a notification email regarding your eligibility for financial assistance. That communication will direct you to a secure website detailing the scholarships, grants, loans and work opportunities that have been awarded to you.FAFSA
After submitting your enrollment fee, activate your BUnetID. Activation details can be found on your Bradley Bound Page. Your BUnetID is your user name that uniquely identifies you to campus systems so that you may access Bradley network resources such as electronic mail and course registration.
Upon confirming your enrollment, you will be emailed a Dean's Letter of Recommendation form to verify you are a student in good standing at your last enrolled institution. This form, available at the link below, must be completed by the Dean of Students or the equivalent office at the college that you have most recently attended. Bradley’s Vice President of Student Affairs must receive this recommendation before you may register for classes.Dean Recommendation
Registration for Fall semester begins in April and continues until the beginning of the semester. Spring registration begins in November. Look for registration information to arrive by email soon after you have submitted your enrollment fee. You should consult with your faculty advisor before you register for classes. Registration and academic dates and deadlines can be found at the following linRegistration Information
Become familiar with your new home on the Hilltop by participating in the various transfer orientation programs. These special events include Transfer Student Registration Days in April, Begin Bradley online orientation over the summer, and Transfer Student Welcome in August.Transfer Orientation
Make sure you have requested a final transcript from your previous college or university and that it has been received by Bradley’s Office of Admission. It is vital you submit your final transcript to complete your records. Without it, you will not be allowed to register for your next semester classes.
Obtain proof of immunizations from your physician and complete your Health Form, which is required for all students who enroll in an Illinois college or university. The form may be turned in at Orientation or by the first day of classes.Health Form