Graduate School Transfer Student

We are very pleased that you are interested in a graduate program at North Carolina A&T State University.  Hopefully you have had a chance to explore our graduate and research programs

If you wish to transfer to NC A&T, take the first step towards fulfilling your graduate education plans by completing and submitting our online application.  Please read the general instructions before submitting your application. If you have questions regarding eligible graduate credit hours for your degree of interest, you are encouraged to contact the program coordinator.  

Our online admission portal will allow you to not only submit your application but also monitor the status of your application and communicate with us.  Also, please feel free to contact us at grad@ncat.edu or 336-285-2366 if you have any questions.  We look forward to having you as a member of the Aggie family soon! 

General Admissions Application Instructions

Online Admission Application

Domestic or International Applicant?

Office of International Affairs (OIA)

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N.C. A&T Professor Receives Multiple Engineering Awards

Dr. Salil Desai, associate professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) at North Carolina A&T State University was recently awarded the distinguished Chao and Trigger Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the Outstanding Mid-Career Teaching Award by the American Society for Engineering Education in the manufacturing engineering division.

Aggie Athletics Mourns the Loss of Mel Swann

North Carolina A&T State University Athletics mourns the passing of former radio broadcaster for Aggies football and N.C. A&T Sports Hall of Fame member, Melvin C. Swann Jr., (Aug. 20, 1935-June 4, 2016).

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