How to Apply

Transfer and nontraditional applicants should submit the following items (View "how to apply" information for high school applicants or non-citizen applicants.):

  1. An application for admission via the Common Application for Transfer (application opens September 1). This includes: 
    • Agnes Scott Supplement
    • Professor Recommendation
    • Official high school transcript or GED
    • Official college transcript
    • College Officials Report (recommended, but not required)
  2. Either your SAT or ACT scores; a writing sample with professor comments and grade; or an evaluative interview with an Agnes Scott admission counselor. Read FAQs about the redesigned SAT.

Deadlines 

Important Deadlines for Transfers and Nontraditional Applicants

 


NOTICE TO APPLICANTS:

If recent natural disasters or a crisis has impacted your community, we understand what problems this might create in your efforts to meet Agnes Scott's application deadlines. The Office of Admission is happy to work with prospective students and families impacted by these situations. If you anticipate a delay in the submission of your application, please reach out to your admission counselor or contact us at admission@agnesscott.edu to request an extension.

 

 

 

 

We strongly encourage you to apply by these dates. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis thereafter if space is available. You will be notified of an admission decision within a month of the deadline.

  • For Spring Admission
    • Admission application and all supporting materials due: November 1
    • Deposit deadline for spring enrollment: December 5
  • For Fall Admission
    • Admission application and all supporting materials due: June 1
    • Deposit deadline for fall enrollment: July 1

We strongly encourage you to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the application deadline; it must be submitted at least two months before the start of the semester in which you plan to enroll.