Transfer Students – Applying to Georgetown College
Georgetown welcomes transfer students who are in good standing at their most recent schools. When applying, transfer students should submit the following:
- completed application for admission
- $30 nonrefundable application fee (fee waived if you apply online)
- official high school transcript (if less than 24 credits earned at previous institution.)
- official transcripts from all previously attended colleges and/ or universities
Official ACT or SAT scores usually are not required for transfer students in good academic standing but may be requested by the admission committee.
If a transfer student, who is on probation from their current institution, is admitted to Georgetown College, the student will be placed on academic probation at Georgetown and will be subject to all requirements and restrictions of that status, including ineligibility for financial aid.
KCTCS Articulation Agreement
Georgetown College partnered with KCTCS (Kentucky Community and Technical College System) in February of 2013. Signing an agreement that creates a seamless process for students to transfer to Georgetown from a KCTCS school. To learn more click here.
Transfer Student Scholarships
Transfer Students will be awarded a transfer scholarship based on their academic work at their previous institution(s). Use the online Net Price Calculator to determine what your Transfer Scholarship will be. You can access it here.
Students who have attained Phi Theta Kappa status at their institutions are eligible for a renewable $5,000 scholarship. Official documentation from the student’s school should be sent to the Georgetown College Office of Admissions when applying, along with the information stated above.
For More Information
For any other information about transfer admission, scholarships, or financial aid, please call the Office of Admission and speak with an Admission Counselor. A listing of transferable credits can be provided upon request.