Looking to find a new college home? We get it. With more and more students applying to transfer, Sewanee gets it.

International Transfer Application Checklist
Applicant submits
Free Common Application Roughly 7 business days after you hit submit, we will email your Applicant Status Page login credentials. 
SAT/ACT scores (optional) You will decide on your application if you would like to submit your SAT/ACT scores or apply test-optional. You can self-report your scores.
English Proficiency Exams Review our exam requirements
Financial Documents Sewanee requires financial documents of all international applicants.
Statement of Reasons for Transferring Submitted via Commonapp.org
Request from your College
Final High School Transcript & any College Transcript with a cumulative college grade point average of 3.0 (B) or above on a 4.0 scale Your high school and/or colleges attended can submit an English copy via commonapp.org or by email.
Academic Evaluation One of your college professors can submit an English copy via commonapp.org or by email.
College Report
The Dean of Students or equivalent official at your current or past college attended should email us this form.
DEADLINES AND NOTIFICATION DATES
  • Spring Transfer: Priority Deadline: Nov. 15; Decision notification is rolling 
  • Fall Transfer: Priority Deadline: April 1; Decision notification is rolling
Frequently Asked Questions
  • Who counts as a Transfer Applicant? Transfer applicants are students who have graduated from high school and enrolled into an accredited college or university.

  • What if I enrolled at another school, but did not complete a full semester before deciding to transfer to Sewanee? A transfer applicant must have enrolled to another accredited institution. Even if no credits have been earned, if a student has graduated from high school and has enrolled at an accredited college or university we will review that student as a transfer applicant. 
  • What if I'm a high school student taking courses at a nearby college (dual-enrollment)? Students who are taking advantage of dual enrollment coursework are not considered transfer students.
  • Am I eligible for scholarships and financial aid as a transfer applicant? Yes, transfer students are eligible for both academic scholarships and need-based financial aid. Incoming first-year students are awarded funding before transfer applicants, making transfer aid more competitive than that of first-year students. As a result, the review process for transfer applicants is need-aware. 
  • What is Sewanee's Transfer credit policy? Review Sewanee's Transfer credit policy from the College Catalog and the Student Guide

Contact

tim neil, C'13
International Enrollment Coordinator

international@sewanee.edu

Fulford Hall