Prospective 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.

Questions about transferring to N.C. State (including requirements, admission process, transferring courses,etc.) should be directed to the Transfer Admissions Center:  919-515-3223, Monday-Friday, 2pm-4:30pm, Joyner Visitor Center.  Transfer Information Sessions are also available on Fridays at 2:00 p.m.at the Joyner Visitor Center, followed with campus tours at 3:15 p.m. Students can schedule an information session and tour through their wolfPAW account. Students may also contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 919-515-2434 or go to 203 Peele Hall with questions regarding transfer admissions.   Please send questions via email to undergrad_admissions@ncsu.edu

If you wish to transfer to NC State University from another institution you must meet the following kinds of requirements:

  • Initial requirements – These are admissions requirements at the university level.
  • College requirements – These are admissions requirements in the College  (at N.C. State) that offers the major that you want to pursue.

Please refer to Undergraduate Admissions for details.

Interested in Changing Your Major?

Academic Advising Services (AAS) has experienced advisors who can guide you through the process.  Walk-in hours are available Monday-Friday!

Majors Exploration Series

All NC State undergraduates are invited to attend the Majors Exploration Series (MES): September Wed.,13th- Poole College of Management, 126 Witherspoon, 3-5:30 pm Thurs.,14th- College of Design,104 University College Commons, 3-5:30 pm Wed., 20th- College of Agriculture …read more.

University Tutorial Center

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