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Transfer Application

Thank you for your interest in Georgetown University. The Georgetown Transfer Application for Fall 2014 is available below.

There are two simple steps necessary to initiate your Transfer Application (creating an Applicant Profile and submitting the Part I of the Transfer Application). Combined, these two steps should take you no longer the 15 minutes to complete.

Thus, we encourage you to start your Transfer Application as soon as possible. Doing so will allow you ample time to complete the Part II of the Transfer Application by the March 1 deadline, and allow time for us to address any questions or technical issues that might arise as well as to open your admission file and track documents sent in support of your application.

Typically, a cumulative B+ average or higher is recommended for consideration for admission. Transfer applicants must provide an official transcript from their current institution and any previously attended institution(s) to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Applicants are required to submit a Dean’s Report, verifying the applicant is in good academic standing, and a Professor’s Report. High school transcripts are required for all applicants, as well as SAT and/or ACT scores. If, however, a transfer applicant has been out of high school for more than five years, the SAT/ACT requirement is waived. Transfer students are admitted only for the Fall semester. Those admitted for the fall, however, may begin with the summer session.

For important information about the 2014 application process, we recommend you to download and review the Information for Applicants document.

Georgetown Transfer Application Submission

I. The first step will be for you to create an Applicant Profile.

II. The second step in your application process is to submit the Georgetown Transfer Application (Part I). Please submit this form as soon as possible so we may create your official admissions file. We can then track and connect any documents or standardized testing sent in support of your application. The Part I of the Application also initiates the alumni interview process. Alumni interviews are optional for transfer applicants .

III. The final step is for you to submit the Georgetown Transfer Application (Part II). Please note that you must use the same log in and password that you created for the Applicant Profile. This will allow you to save your work on Part II and submit it when you are ready.

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.

If you prefer to submit a paper application, you can download the forms below:

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Additional documents to complete Application

The following must be completed by the appropriate parties and submitted to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Without these forms, your application can not be reviewed. Deadline to submit: March 1, 2014.

mail all materials to the address:

Georgetown University
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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