Transfer & Non-Degree Students


Services for Transfer Students

If you are a prospective transfer student, you may receive answers to questions about academic programs/majors from AAS via email (Ask an Advisor) or in person (walk-in advising).  Advising appointments are not available. Our advisors do not evaluate transfer credit or answer questions about being admitted to the University; our expertise is in answering questions about undergraduate majors, minors, and changing majors.

Transfer Admissions Center-Undergraduate Admissions

The Undergraduate Admissions Office is available to answer your questions about admission to NC State in person at the Transfer Admissions Center, located in the Joyner Visitor Center. Walk-in hours are Monday through Friday, 1:00pm-4:30pm; you may also call (919)515-3223 for assistance during walk-in hours.  Direct additional questions via email to

Services for Non-Degree Students

If you are taking undergraduate courses, you may receive academic advising from AAS via email (Ask an Advisor) or in person during the walk-in advising hours.  Appointments are not available.

If you are taking graduate courses and have questions please consult with the department offering the course.

Requirements for Admission to NC State University

If you are a non-degree student who wishes to become a degree-seeking student, you must meet the same admission requirements as prospective transfer students:

  • Initial requirements – These are admissions requirements at the university level and
  • College requirements – These are admissions requirements for the College that offers the major you hope to pursue.

University Tutorial Center

It’s not too early to begin thinking about using the services of the University Tutorial Center in the fall.

Free Career Assessments

Want to learn more about how your interests, values and skills relate to majors and careers?  Consider taking a career assessment such as Focus 2.  Counselors in the Career Development Center are available to answer …read more.

Finish strong!

Remember that the Tutorial Center and other tutoring programs on campus can help you finish strong this semester! The Writing & Speaking Center can help with writing and speaking assignments for any subject.