Gratz College


Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: Pennsylvania


Gratz College, the first transdenominational Jewish college in the United States, has been teaching Jewish studies and training Jewish professionals for more than a century. Today, the college is a dynamic, vibrant Jewish institution with both on campus and online programs in a full spectrum of disciplines: Jewish Studies, Jewish Communal Service, Jewish Music, Jewish Education, Jewish Early Childhood Education and Jewish Non-Profit Management. We are committed to providing today's students, wherever they live, with access to Jewish learning at the highest levels of excellence.

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Total Students: 423
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Faculty: 5

Total Student/Faculty Ratio: 85:1
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Contact Information

7605 Old York Rd
Melrose Park Pennsylvania 19027


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Main Phone: 215-635-7300

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Applying to Transfer

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Minimum GPA for Applying:
Gratz College does not publish a minimum GPA requirement for transfer admission consideration.

Minimum Grades for Transfer:
Credit toward undergraduate degrees will, in general, be granted for appropriate academic work completed with a grade of C at an accredited institution. Credit may be granted for courses without direct Gratz equivalents, if they have clear academic merit.

Credits (Min/Max):
Half of all required credits must be completed at Gratz.

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Gratz does not publish a requirement for the submission of standardized test scores.

Letters of Recommendation Required:
Two letters of recommendation are required, one academic and one personal/professional.

Essay(s) required:
A personal statement is required with your application, as well as 3 short answer essay questions.

Application Fee:
There is a $50 non-refundable application fee.

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