Domestic Transfer applicants are U.S. Citizens who plan to enroll at Sewanee after enrolling at another college or university. International Transfer applicants are international students who plan to enroll at Sewanee after enrolling at another college or university.

Applicant submits
Required Materials How to Submit
Transfer Common Application It's free to apply to Sewanee. Roughly 7 business days after you hit submit, we will email your Applicant Status Page login credentials. 
SAT/ACT Scores You will decide on your application if you would like to submit your SAT/ACT scores or apply test-optional
Applying for Need-Based Aid? Complete the FAFSA and CSS Profile by your application deadline. Incomplete need-based financial aid applications may delay admission decisions.
English Proficiency Exam International Transfers must submit a waiver request or one English Proficiency Exam.
Required Materials How to Submit
Final High School Transcript Submitted via by your high school. This will need to include your final grades and graduation date.
College Transcript(s) Submitted via by all colleges attended.
Academic Evaluation Submitted via by one of your college professors.
College Report
The Dean of Students or equivalent official at your current or past college attended should email us a completed copy of this form.

Round Admission & Need-Based Aid Deadline Admission & Scholarship Notification 
Deposit Deadline
Spring Transfer Nov. 15 Rolling January 5
Fall Transfer April 1 Rolling July 30

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I a transfer or first-year applicant? How much does it cost to apply? Is Sewanee test optional? All of these questions and more answered below.

Contact us

We split up the transfer applicant pool by domestic and international transfers. Please contact Faith or Jeff if you are a U.S. Citizen or hold permanent residence in the U.S. and contact Tim if you are an international transfer. 

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