Transfer to Ferrum College
We welcome transfer students from two and four year colleges and universities. Our team is dedicated to making your transition as seamless as possible.
Ferrum College has the ideal combination of support and unique opportunities you need to succeed. We are committed to your experience as a transfer thereby providing you with full consideration for housing, financial aid, and campus co-curricular activities.
Based on college GPA, transfer students may be eligible for up to $19,000 in scholarship funding! To learn more, Contact Us.
The Ferrum Promise
The Ferrum Promise guarantees you will graduate with a bachelor’s degree within two years of transfer to Ferrum College or the additional coursework will be paid by the College, provided you enter with an appropriate associate degree from a Virginia community college and meet the academic requirements. Click here to learn more about our signature programs that offer the Ferrum Promise.
Transferology is a tool that helps examine how the courses you may have taken from another institution may be accepted at Ferrum College. Click here to see what courses will transfer to Ferrum College.
How to Apply
Transfer Student Contact
Please provide official college transcripts to the Admissions Office for a preliminary credit evaluation in order to maximize your transfer credits. You can also view our Course Equivalency Document to learn more. Send us an official transcript for all colleges attended. Official transcripts should be mailed directly to:
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 1000
Ferrum, VA 24088
A letter explaining all gaps of educational history are required.
Highschool Transcripts / SAT or ACT Scores
If you have been out of high school for less than one year, and have completed fewer than 24 college credits, your high school transcript and SAT or ACT scores are also required. We will compare your scores using concordance tables to determine your highest scores on either test. Sending your scores each time you take the SAT allows Ferrum College to consider you all available enrollment-related opportunities.
If you have been out of high school for more than one year, and have completed fewer than 24 college credits, your final high school transcript is required.