Before you apply, we recommend you take a close look at the transfer student application.
The best way to find out what awaits you at Tulane is to visit campus. On our visit page, you may sign up for a campus tour or other special visit programs.
In order to complete the transfer application process, you must submit the following materials:
- High school transcript(s)
- College transcript(s) - College Transcript Request Form
- ACT or SAT test score
- College Course Descriptions
- International transfer students only:
- TOEFL/IELTS score
- Certification of Finances form
Scholarships and Financial Aid
We understand that financial aid is an important consideration in the transfer decision. Tulane awards merit scholarships and need-based financial aid to make Tulane affordable and a great value. Transfer students may be offered a merit scholarship, need-based financial aid, or a combination of both after being admitted and submitting the necessary forms. For more information, please visit our financial aid for transfer students page.
International Transfer Students
If you have taken university courses at a non-American, international university, it is necessary that your university courses be evaluated by World Educational Services (WES). This ensures a fair and accurate evaluation of all international transcripts sent to Tulane. Please note that this evaluation may be used by any other university to which you have applied and, ultimately, to any graduate program you may pursue in the future.
International transfer students who have successfully completed 30 or more hours credit hours at an American university may waive the TOEFL/IELTS requirement. Click here for more information on applying to Tulane as an international student.Important Deadlines
|Entering Fall||Entering Spring|
Early: February 1
Regular: June 1
|Financial Aid Submission||June 1||December 1|
|Commitment Deposit||July 1||January 3|
||July 1||December 1|
School of Continuing Studies
If you are currently enrolled in Tulane's School of Continuing Studies and wish to become a full-time student, you should request an interdivisional transfer from SCS and contact the Newcomb-Tulane Undergraduate College office at 504.865.5720.
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Meet a transfer student
Click here to read about Paul's transfer experience
Did You Know?
The Sugar Bowl, which began in Tulane Stadium, got its name from Tulane University. The Uptown campus was built on an old sugarcane plantation.