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Transfer Students

Transfer Students

If you attended college after high school and are younger than 24 years old, you are a transfer student. (If you are 24 or older, you are a nontraditional student, regardless of previous college experience.)

As a transfer student, you have a good idea of what you want from your next years at college, whether it be the academic challenge of small, liberal arts classes or the fun of student life in a beautiful, urban setting.

Request More Information
Join our mailing list. Tell us your preferences for academic and extracurricular activities, and we will provide information tailored to your interest.

Schedule a Visit
The best way to experience Agnes Scott is to visit. Let us take you on a tour of our beautiful campus to see our outstanding academic facilities.

Take Our Virtual Tour
Get to know all about our academic programs, student life, campus community and athletics with our on-demand videos and interactive map.

Academic Credit Policies
Review which credits will transfer and the time limits for degree completion.

How to Apply
See the steps necessary to submit your application online via the Common App or Universal College Application.

Cost of Attendance
See tuition, room and board fees.

Scholarships and Financial Aid
Eligible transfer students will be considered for need-based aid and merit-based scholarships. Read more about our Agnes Scott merit scholarships, including two transfer-specific scholarships, and their requirements.

Transfer Student Blog
Read about life on campus from the perspective of a current transfer student.