Special note to Transfer Applicants:
The Transfer Application deadline for Fall 2018 admission was March 1, 2018. The application is no longer posted here for submission either on-line or with hardcopy documents.
If you believe you have compelling circumstances whereby you wish to request submission of a late transfer application, please send such a request to: firstname.lastname@example.org. It is strongly suggested that late applicants present a very strong college/university GPA and be able to submit all supporting documents (all college or university transcripts, Dean’s and Professor’s Reports, final high school transcripts, and standardized testing) immediately. Your e-mail’s Subject Line should note LATE APPLICATION REQUEST and provide a detailed reason as to why you were unable to meet the application deadline. Once you submit this e-mail, you will be contacted with information on the ability or inability of the Admissions Committee to consider further late applications.
Thank you for your interest in applying to Georgetown University as a transfer student. Transfer students serve as a vital part of our University community and excel in each of the University’s four undergraduate schools. The University, through its Committee on Admissions, selects those transfer students most likely to profit from the educational offerings of Georgetown. Each year, the admissions committee evaluates approximately 2,000 applications for transfer. Applicants for transfer admission are measured on two scales: academic and personal.
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.
Georgetown admits transfer students who have attended community colleges or four-year colleges and universities. Transfer applicants must have graduated from high school or earned a high school diploma equivalent, and should have completed at least one full-time semester of at least twelve transferable credits, or the equivalent, on the college level but no more than four full-time semesters. High school students currently enrolled in a dual enrollment program, earning both high school and college credit towards their high school graduation requirements, must submit the first-year application.
Transfer applicants are only admitted for the fall semester. Students must spend a minimum of four full semesters and earn 60 credits in residency at Georgetown to earn a degree.
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.
Transfer applicants are strongly encouraged to apply online. While PDF copies of the Georgetown Transfer Application and Georgetown Transfer Application Supplement are available, submission of an online application greatly facilitates file completion and timely review.
We are, unfortunately, not able to guarantee alumni interviews for transfer applicants. If a volunteer alumni interviewer is available in your area, you will be contacted by email. Since we are unable to guarantee the availability of an interview, it is not a required part of the transfer application process. (NB: Alumni interviews, if available, are assigned according to a transfer applicant’s “academic year address” as noted on the Georgetown Transfer Application; interviews typically occur between late February and very early April.)
Since we communicate with candidates about scheduling alumni interviews as well as missing credentials via e-mail, we kindly ask that you allow access for georgetown.edu e-mail addresses through any spam filters you or your internet service provider employs. Blocked e-mails of a timely nature can hinder critical communication.
If you are interested in transferring into the undergraduate nursing program at Georgetown, please visit The School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS) website for additional information.
Checklist and Deadlines
The following application materials must be submitted by March 1:
- Georgetown Transfer Application
- A non-refundable application fee of $75.00 - payable in USD; or a completed fee waiver
- Transfer Application Supplement
- Official college transcripts from current institution and any previously attended institution(s)
- Dean’s Report from current college/university
- Professor’s Report from professor preferably in major area of study
- Secondary School Report, to include high school transcript
- SAT/ACT results (Waived only for applicants who graduated from high school five or more years prior to intended matriculation at Georgetown.)
The transfer application is available beginning in the fall each year. Applicants should have all transfer application materials submitted by March 1. The transfer admissions committee will notify applicants of their admissions decision by June 1. Admitted students have until June 15 to confirm their enrollment.
|Date or Deadline||Action|
|As soon as possible||Submit the Georgetown Transfer Application|
|March 1||Deadline for transfer application and financial aid forms: CSS Profile and FAFSA|
|June 1||Announcement of transfer decisions|
|June 15||Reply date for all admitted transfer students|
We appreciate your interest in Georgetown and look forward to learning more about you and your accomplishments in the coming months.