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Transfer Student Admissions

Spring 2024 Transfer admissions decisions are now available via the online Applicant Portal. Congratulations to our newest group of admitted Hokies! For important next steps for admitted transfer students, please see our Admitted Transfer Checklist

 

The Summer and Fall 2024 Transfer admissions application is open with a final submission deadline of March 1. Ready to get started on your application? Check out the Transfer Application Checklist for important information, step-by-step guidance, and video walkthroughs.

 

Planning a future transfer? The many helpful tools and resources found on and linked from this page can help get you started!"

Team building or icebreaker games, Transfer Student Orientation, DSA
Team building or icebreaker games, Transfer Student Orientation, DSA

Each year, around 1,100-1,400 students transfer to Virginia Tech from community colleges, two-year colleges, and four-year universities. As a transfer student you can pursue more than 120 academic majors, take part in more than 900 clubs and organizations, and enjoy a top-rated academic and student life experience. Are you ready to begin the next chapter of your journey? This page can connect you with numerous resources that will help you create a successful transfer plan.

You are considered a transfer student if you have attempted 12 or more credit hours at any college or university after high school graduation, equivalency completion, or permanent separation. View our Admissions Requirements to learn more.

Here is a list of majors available to prospective transfer students.

Learn more about the academic requirements for transfer here.

Ready to apply? Click here to learn more about the application process and access a checklist than can guide you through each step.

Considering transferring to Virginia Tech? If so, make sure you are on the right track for your intended program with our Admissions Transfer Roadmaps. These can aid in planning and help you create a more competitive application for admission.

Meet with Admissions and Academic Advising representatives through our Hokie Corner program to get help with any aspect for the transfer process. Most appointments are held virtually, with in-person options available for students at some community college campuses.

The hokie bird is lost and looking at a map.

Virtual Transfer Information Sessions, Tours, and Application Workshops + In-Person Visit Opportunities

Looking for more information about credit transferability? Our Registrar's Transfer Guide hosts several credit equivalency databases for you to better approximate how your credits will transfer.

Check out important financial aid and scholarship information for transfer students, including procedures, dates, deadlines, and further resources that can help you pay for college.

Learn more about an exciting on-campus housing option for transfers and how you can join our Transfer Experience living-learning community.

Discover several programs  for new Virginia Tech transfers which focus on helping you with the transition to campus and getting off to a great start in your first semester.

Virginia Community College Transfer Town Hall

Aug 5, 2020


Key Transfer Contacts


Jarrid Dulaney

Transfer Coordinator and Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admissions

Allison Silknetter

Allison Silknetter

Assistant Director of Transfer Student Initiatives, Academic Advising Initiatives

Program Director, Transfer Experience Living-Learning Community


Academic College Transfer Contacts


College Contact Person
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

 (recruitment) Molly Wilson (mollywilson@sarasbarmer.com)

(advising) Jennifer Carr (jjc@sarasbarmer.com)

College of Architecture, Arts, and Design Robert Jacks (rjacks@sarasbarmer.com)
Pamplin College of Business Pamplin Recruiting Team (PCOBRecruiting@sarasbarmer.com)
College of Engineering Ryan Wagoner (rdw@sarasbarmer.com)
College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Liberal Arts Recruiting Team ( liberalarts@sarasbarmer.com)
College of Natural Resources and Environment John Gray Williams (jghokie@sarasbarmer.com)
College of Science

 (recruitment) Samantha Hannah (samanthah@sarasbarmer.com)

 (advising) Susan Haymore  ( cosadvising@sarasbarmer.com)

Public Health    Katie Cross (kammons@sarasbarmer.com)