The Georgetown Transfer Application for fall 2015 is now available. We encourage you to begin your application as soon as possible so we may open your admissions file and track any documents sent in support of your application. The transfer application deadline is March 1, 2015 but prospective candidates will need to complete both the Georgetown Transfer Application and the Georgetown Transfer Application Supplement, as well as coordinate the submission of required supporting documents.
Georgetown is committed to a holistic admission process, and transfer files are reviewed by Admission Committees composed of faculty, deans, current students who were transfers themselves, and admission officers. Typically, a cumulative B+ average or higher is recommended for transfer admission consideration.
Transfer applicants must provide official college/university transcripts from all previous institutions, as well as a completed Dean’s Report, Professor’s Report and Secondary School Report that includes the final high school transcript. Transfer applicants are required to provide either an SAT or ACT exam as part of the application process, unless the candidate has been out of high school for five or more years prior to the date of intended matriculation at Georgetown.
College/university transcripts need to be mailed to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. It is anticipated that we will go live on October 15, 2014 with an electronic system by which transfer applicants can request the submission of the Dean’s Report, Professor’s Report and Secondary School Report. Please revisit this site after October 15 to initiate the process by which these forms can be electronically requested.
Transfer students are admitted only for the fall semester. However, those students admitted for the fall may begin with the summer session if desired.
Georgetown Transfer Application Submission
There are four steps to applying as a transfer candidate.
We encourage you to submit your Georgetown Transfer Application as soon as possible. Submission of the form will require approximately twenty minutes and provide you with your Georgetown Identification Number necessary to complete the other steps. The Application also initiates the alumni interview process. Alumni interviews are optional for transfer applicants.
Step One - Submit Georgetown Transfer Application. This form will create your application file and assist in tracking any documents submitted in support of your application.
Step Two - Create an Applicant Profile. Upon creation of your Profile, you will be provided with a unique password, allowing you to save your Transfer Application Supplement for editing and revising prior to final submission by the March 1, 2015 deadline.
Step Three - Submit the Request Form for your Secondary School Report, Dean’s Report and Professor’s Report (available after October 15, 2014). Please revisit this site after October 15, 2014 with the e-mail addresses of your secondary school counselor (Secondary School Report), college/university dean (Dean’s Report) and college/university professor (Professor’s Report). College and University transcripts will need to be mailed to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Step Four - Submit Georgetown Transfer Application Supplement. Please note that you must use the same e-mail address and password that you created for the Applicant Profile; this will allow you to save your work on the Supplement and submit it when you are ready. Deadline: March 1, 2015.
The Transfer Application Menu, which you will see is first presented for Steps Two, Three and Four, should assist you in completing you application.
We look forward to reviewing you application.
- Georgetown Transfer Application
- Create Applicant Profile
- Georgetown Request Form for Secondary School, Dean’s and Professor’s Reports
- Georgetown Transfer Application Supplement
If you submit the application online and need to make changes or updates, please fill out this form. Please do not submit another copy of the application.
Mail all materials to the address:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
P.O. Box 3796
Washington, DC 20027-3796
We appreciate your interest in Georgetown University and look forward to working with you throughout the application process. If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions Office at (202) 687-3600.
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