Transfer Student Admission

Your college journey continues at North Carolina A&T.  Every year, we enroll a number of transfer students from colleges across North Carolina and throughout the country.  Whether you have an associate’s degree or a few semesters of credit under your belt, there is a place for you in the diverse and welcoming Aggie community.  Choose from eight academic colleges and earn a Bachelor’s, master's or doctoral degree from a historic, respected research University.

The Admissions Team is here to assist you on the journey to joining the Aggie Family!  The Aggie Admissions Portal for undergraduates or the Transfer Student page for Graduate Students will provide information about campus events, tours, and an up-to-date status on your application submission. Sign up today!

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North Carolina A&T State University welcomes transfer students on both the Undergraduate and Graduate levels. We invite you to contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions or the Graduate School for information about the transfer student process.

Undergraduate Admissions

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