Transfer & Nontraditional Students




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If you have attended a regionally accredited institution in the past 5 years, you are a transfer or nontraditional student. Students over the age of 24 are considered nontraditional students. Successful transfer or nontraditional students typically enter with a college GPA of 3.0 or higher and a minimum of 30 credit hours. (If you are a high school student who has taken college credit, please apply as a traditional student).

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Academic Credit Policies
Review which credits may transfer and the time limits for degree completion.

How to Apply
See the steps necessary to submit your application online via the Common Application for Transfer.

Cost of Attendance
See tuition, room and board fees.

Scholarships and Financial Aid
Eligible transfer and nontraditional students will be considered for need-based aid and merit-based scholarships. Read more about our Agnes Scott merit scholarships, including two transfer-specific scholarships, and their requirements.

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