Below are the transfer application deadlines and important dates for each application term. See detailed information about each application term below.
Please note: all deadlines are 11:59 p.m. in your time zone (for example, a student who lives in Georgia must submit their fall application by March 1 at 11:59 p.m. EDT). .
|Application Term||Application Available||Document Deadline||Course Requirements Deadline||Decision Release|
|Fall Semester||Jan. 15 – March 1||April 15||June 1||TBA|
|Spring Semester||Aug. 1 – Sept. 15||Oct. 1||Oct. 1||November|
|Summer Semester||Dec. 1 – Jan. 15||Feb. 1||Feb. 1||March|
Official academic transcripts from all previous colleges and universities (domestic and international) are due by the document deadline listed above. Additional documents may be requested upon review of your file. These documents will be due by the document deadline for that term or as soon as possible if requested after the deadline.
Transfer course requirements are established for each academic program and listed on the Course Requirements by Major chart below. Competitive transfer applicants (especially for the College of Computing and College of Engineering) will have minimum course requirements for their major complete by the course requirement deadline.
Dual Degree and Regent’s Engineering Pathway Program (REPP) applicants have additional course requirements by major and may have course requirements in progress at the time of application submission.
Students will view their admission decision in their admission portal. Students applying as part of a transfer pathway program will receive a decision notification once mid-term or final grades have been received and reviewed.
Click the link below to review all of the possible transfer admission decisions that you may receive.
The non-refundable transfer application fee is $75 (international applicants: $85). Students who pay an application fee but do not submit an application will not have their fee refunded.
If you are a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident and feel your financial circumstances or first-generation college student status may qualify you for an application fee waiver, you can request a fee waiver in the application fee waiver section of the transfer application.
You will be asked to select and certify at least one of the following indicators to qualify for a fee waiver:
I’m a first-generation college student. Neither of my parents have earned a four-year degree.
I’m eligible and/or currently receive Federal Pell Grant financial assistance.
My family’s income falls within the Income Eligibility Guidelines set by the USDA Food and Nutrition Service.
My family receives public assistance.
I live in federally subsidized public housing or am homeless.
I’m enrolled in a federal, state, or local program that aids students from low-income families (e.g. TRIO programs such as Upward Bound).
Georgia Tech uses an admission portal for transfer applications. You will need to create an account before starting your application, if you do not already have one.