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.
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.
items to be submitted by applicant
|How to Submit
|Free Transfer Common Application
|Roughly 7 business days after submitting, we will email Applicant Status Page login credentials. If you've previously been admitted to Sewanee, please reach out to our transfer coordinator to receive access to the reapply form.
|Applicants will choose on the Common Application if they would like to submit SAT/ACT scores or apply test-optional. Self-report your scores for free here.
|Need-Based Aid Applicants
|International Transfers: English Proficiency Exam
|Review requirements and waiver information.
items to be submitted by high school / current college
|How to Submit
|Final High School Transcript
|Submitted via commonapp.org by your high school. This will need to include your final grades and graduation date.
|Submitted via commonapp.org by all colleges attended.
|Academic Evaluation or Letter of Recommendation
|Submitted via commonapp.org by one of your college professors. This form or a recommendation letter can also be sent by email.
|The Dean of Students or equivalent official at your college should email us a completed copy of this form.
TRANSFER ADMISSION & AID TIMELINE
|Admission & Need-Based Aid Deadline
|Admission & Scholarship Notification
*Given the short timeline, we highly encourage international transfers consider the Fall Transfer option. This gives international students more time to complete enrollment forms and apply for a student visa. Should you have any questions, please reach out to our international enrollment coordinator.