Appalachian State University TRANSFER ADMISSION admissions.appstate.edu/transfer
Transfer your credit. Transform your life. You’re serious about your education. We’re serious about helping you succeed. Transferring should be simple – our goal is to make it simple. We’ll support you through your Appalachian experience by making sure that classes you take in the meantime will transfer to Appalachian and by guiding you through admission, financial aid, housing and distance learning processes. But the support doesn’t stop there – it continues through graduation!
At Appalachian, you’ll find a special combination of people and place. You’ll engage with our beautiful location in the Blue Ridge Mountains to strengthen your academic focus, discover your passions, enhance your leadership skills and take the next step in your life’s journey.
Learn how your courses will transfer
As you explore your major requirements, utilize the transfer guides to assist with choosing appropriate coursework. Review the Transfer Equivalency Course Search to determine how your courses completed at other institutions may transfer to App. transfer.appstate.edu/credit
Get to know General Education at App
General Education (“Gen Ed”) courses offer a rigorous liberal education to supplement your major coursework. Gen Ed requirements can be met by completing an AA or AS (with a grade of C or above in all of the core coursework) from an NC community college. Out-of-state and four-year institution coursework will be evaluated by the Office of General Education.
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When to apply
Apply at least one semester before your intended date of enrollment by submitting a CFNC application, fee and college transcripts. Admitted students will be given a deadline to confirm enrollment and submit the advance payment required to reserve their place in the incoming class. The application opens in August for the following academic year. Transfer admission decisions are released on a rolling basis until each class is full. admissions.appstate.edu/apply
Apply for merit scholarships and financial aid
Transfer students who have shown previous academic success and involvement prior to enrollment are eligible for merit scholarship opportunities at Appalachian. Submit the financial aid application early for priority consideration by March 1 and submit the scholarships application by March 15. scholarships.appstate.edu â€˘ financialaid.appstate.edu
Review your official transfer credit evaluation
A notification that your transcript has been evaluated will arrive by email one to two weeks after you are admitted. You will be directed to your DegreeWorks Audit to see your evaluation. Send Appalachian an updated transcript after you complete each semester at your current institution.
Take the Early Registration Advising (ERA) course
After registering for Orientation, you’ll complete an online course that allows you to register for classes. This course will teach you how to use Appalachian’s web registration system and how to choose your classes. era.appstate.edu
Register for Transfer Pre-Orientation Program (T-POP)
This optional program gives you the opportunity to learn more about financial aid, transfer credit, advising and campus life. Transfer Student Mentors will be available to answer all of your questions! orientation.appstate.edu/tpop
Get a feel for campus, meet with an academic advisor and faculty and finalize your first-semester class schedule. Orientation is required – register early to find the session that best fits your availability.
Ready to get started?
The Office of Transfer Services provides resources and support through your entire journey at Appalachian. transfer.appstate.edu
An easy transition As you plan to transfer
Transfer Transition Advisor – Will help you choose the most appropriate courses at your current institution that will transfer to Appalachian. Jump Start Appalachian – A transition and support program to help students before and during the transfer to Appalachian. jumpstart.appstate.edu Appalachian State Transfers Facebook group – Join the group to connect with other transfer students! facebook.com/groups/appstatetransfers Housing – On-campus housing for transfers is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Optional transfer Residential Learning Communities allow you to live and learn with other transfer students. housing.appstate.edu Off-campus housing information is available at offcampus.appstate.edu.
As you prepare to enroll
Trailhead Academy – A four-day program for new students to meet one another while enhancing leadership skills, forming lasting bonds and becoming members of the Appalachian Community. First Ascent – A multi-day backpacking adventure in the NC mountains. Small groups of students form bonds that will last throughout App and beyond. Welcome Weekend – An extension of new student Orientation and a time for you to get comfortable at App, make new friends, have fun and begin your journey with the Appalachian Community.
As you begin life as a Mountaineer
Transfer Student Mentors – Current transfer students available to offer tips and suggestions or just meet for coffee. Faculty Transfer Mentors – Faculty who provide guidance and support especially for transfer students. Transfer programming and events – Social gatherings. Success workshops. Networking opportunities. Stay up-to-date with AppSync. Tau Sigma National Honor Society – Peers in excellence. Transfer Student Organization – Camaraderie.
Total enrollment: approx.
19,000 16:1 16% student to faculty ratio students from underrepresented populations
in-state tuition, fees and text books
of Appalachian students receive some form of financial aid
college in the South for veterans #7 best
App students participated in academic internships in 2016-17
of Appalachian students are transfers
for number of students studying abroad among master’s degree institutions in 2017
U.S. News & World Report:
among top regional public universities in the South
Appalachian offers more than 150 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including: Accounting Actuarial Science Anthropology Apparel Design and Merchandising Art and Visual Culture Art Education (K-12) Biology Building Sciences Career and Technical Education* Chemistry Child Development* Commercial Photography Communication Sciences and Disorders Communication Studies* Communication, Advertising* Communication, Electronic Media/Broadcasting Communication, Journalism Communication, Public Relations Community and Regional Planning Computer Information Systems Computer Science Criminal Justice Dance Studies Economics Elementary Education* English English, Secondary Education Environmental Science Exercise Science Fermentation Sciences Finance and Banking Gender, Womenâ€™s and Sexuality Studies Geography Geology
Global Studies Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Graphic Design Health and Physical Education (K-12) Health Care Management History History, Social Studies Education Hospitality and Tourism Management Industrial Design Interdisciplinary Studies Interior Design International Business Languages, Literatures and Cultures Management* Marketing Mathematics Middle Grades Education (6-9)* Music Education (K-12) Music Industry Studies Music Performance Music Therapy Nursing* Nutrition and Foods Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Public Health Recreation Management Religious Studies Risk Management and Insurance Social Work* Sociology Special Education (K-12)* Studio Art
Supply Chain Management Sustainable Development Sustainable Technology Theatre Arts Pre-Professional Programs Pre-Dental Pre-Engineering Pre-Forest Resources Pre-Law Pre-Medical Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physician Assistant Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Theology Pre-Veterinarian (Studies in pre-professional areas are available within a variety of majors and require early consultation with academic advisors.) *Also available through Distance Education. distance.appstate.edu Majors available as Teacher Education.
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