TRANSFER applicants must submit the following:
A transfer student is a person admitted/applying to Tuskegee University after attending another institution of higher learning. A student who attends summer school immediately after receiving a high school diploma and before enrolling at Tuskegee University will not be considered a transfer student. If the student expects to transfer college credit hours completed during the summer period prior to enrolling in Tuskegee University, a transcript must be submitted to the Registrar by September and the student must also inform his/her advisor that transfer credit is being requested. Also required are transcripts from various colleges you have attended.
Applications will not be evaluated until the application itself and all required materials are received. A transfer student must indicate on the application for admission all previous colleges or universities attended. A student who has registered in other colleges and/or universities may not disregard his/her record in such institutions and make application for admission to Tuskegee University solely on the basis of the high school record. Any student who does so is subject to suspension from the University and transfer credit will be denied.
A student who transfers to Tuskegee University from other colleges and universities is governed by the following specific requirements and procedures:
Transfer students should review the following resources before applying:
Transfer students must have satisfied Tuskegee's high school course expectations and completed minimums of 12 to 24 semester credit hours of college-level coursework (not remedial or developmental) prior to enrollment at Tuskegee. The minimum number of credit hours will vary based on each student's high school and/or college academic credentials. During application evaluation, the Admissions Counselor will determine whether an individual's college coursework is sufficient. For consideration, transfer applicants also must meet specific criteria for individual academic programs.
Transfer applicants who have not completed a bachelor's degree must provide a final high school transcript. If you did not meet high school course expectations while in high school, we will review your college transcript(s) to determine if you have made up any deficiencies. One semester of college-level coursework is equivalent to two semesters of high school. Applicants in their first semester of college may be admitted as transfer students based on their high school academic record, pending successful completion of their first semester of college coursework.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Having only the minimum GPA does not guarantee admission. Each application is reviewed holistically for the program to which the student has applied. Criteria for admission may change without notice.