Transfer Admissions

Each year over 400 transfer students enroll at N.C. A&T, and we hope you will be one of them. You may be coming from our state’s excellent community college system, choosing to continue your education at one of North Carolina’s best 4-year colleges. Or you may be coming from another 4-year university where, for whatever reason, you are not finding what you need to fulfill your goals. Whoever you are and whatever your situation, we invite you to join our diverse and inclusive Aggie community, with eight academic colleges to earn your degree and a friendly, welcoming campus where you can grow as a person.

What is a Transfer Student?

A transfer student is someone who has been enrolled at a 2-year or 4-year college after high school graduation and has attempted or earned college credit. If this describes you, continue reading. If not, return to our Undergraduate Admissions page to determine your status.

Note: Dual enrollment high school students (including early college and middle college students who take college credit in high school) are not considered Transfer Students and should complete a "New Freshman" application.

Why Choose N.C. A&T?

North Carolina A&T is the perfect place to complete your education. With eight academic colleges and 117 undergraduate degree programs and 29 choices in minors, we can offer you the program you need to achieve your academic and career goals.

You will also get personal support and attention with the goal of making your time here as successful as possible. From the moment you express interest in transferring to A&T, the Admissions staff will guide you through the application process, help you secure financial aid, and get you on track toward your diploma.

Use the links below to learn more about transferring to N.C. A&T.

Why Transfer to A&T: More Info 

How to Apply 

Transfer Credits 

Transfer Requirements 

Transfer Dates & Deadlines