You can apply to transfer to UWG if:
- You have graduated from high school or completed your GED,
- Taken college-level coursework after high school, AND
- Have not already earned a Bachelor’s degree, OR
- You are pursuing a second bachelor’s degree
The requirements that you must meet are dependent upon the year you graduated high school and how many transferable hours you have completed.
These are the ways you can transfer:
A transfer student is a student who has earned, at least, 30 transferable semester hours (45 transferable quarter hours) from a previous institution, regardless of their age. Click here for requirements.
A conditional transfer is a student who is currently enrolled in courses that, upon successful completion of in-progress courses, would bring them to 30 or more transferable semester hours (45 transferable quarter hours). Click here for requirements.
A freshman transfer is a student who has earned less than 30 transferrable semester hours (45 transferrable quarter hours) from a previous institution. Click here for requirements.
A non-traditional freshman transfer student is a student that has been out of high school at least five years who has earned less than 30 transferrable hours. Click here for requirements.
Admission to the University does not guarantee admission to a specific college or department. Certain programs have additional admission requirements which must be met before a student can begin taking upper division classes in their degree program. It is the student's responsibility to contact the appropriate academic department for additional admission requirements upon acceptance to the University granted by the Office of Admissions. Click here for information about these programs.