Application Deadline: April 1
Decision Mailed: May 1
Confirm Your Enrollment: June 1
Application Deadline: November 1
Decision Mailed: December 1
Confirm Your Enrollment: December 20
Did you know that nearly 1/3 of students make the decision to transfer to another institution?
Many students begin their education at another school and then realize that they might be looking for something different. We hope that you will find the perfect fit at Spelman. Our admissions counselors are eager to share more about the transfer admission process and the support that we offer our transfer students.
Who is Considered a Transfer Applicant?
A transfer applicant has completed a high school diploma, or its equivalent, and has attended another college for at least one term as a degree-seeking student. Transfer admission to Spelman is selective and students applying must have earned fewer than 60 semester hours or the equivalent at their previous institutions. Applicants must be in good standing and eligible to return to their previous institutions. Students with fewer than one year of attempted college credits as a full-time student (30 earned semester hours or the equivalent) must meet new first-time applicant eligibility as well as transfer admission requirements. Transfer applicants should specify a major other than undecided.
Admission for Transfer Applicants
A complete application will include:
- Completed application for admission through the Common Application
- $35 online application fee (Transfer and Guest Applicants are not eligible for fee waivers)
- Official transcripts from each post-secondary school attended
- Two recommendations from post-secondary instructors/deans
- Official high school transcript and SAT or ACT scores, (if transferring with less than 30 earned credits)
Limited space is available for transfer students, and some majors may not be available. If you have 31 or more earned credit hours, it is at the discretion of the Admissions committee to request test scores and official high school transcript to assist in rendering a decision.