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Welcome, External Transfer Students!

Designed to complement the guidance students receive through their assigned academic advisor and college, our Transfer Student Coordinator provides an extra layer of support for students who have transferred to NC State University.



Christina Perry
Academic Coordinator for Transfer Students

Phone: 919-515-5616
Office: Holmes Hall, Room 219, 2751 Cates Avenue

Make an Appointment | Please note: I cannot release registration holds.

Greetings from Christina:
“Welcome to NC State! I’m excited to meet you. My goal is for your transition during your first semester to be as smooth as possible, so please reach out. Getting settled in a new environment, becoming acquainted with campus resources, and connecting with peers requires a period of adjustment. By learning more about your background and interests, I can help you navigate next steps and find your footing. I look forward to discussing your needs and goals with you and creating a plan for your academic and social acclimation.”

Prospective Transfer Students

Please direct questions to the Transfer Admissions Center in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

Additional Contacts for Transfer Students

Agriculture and Life SciencesTransfer InformationTricia Buddin
DesignTransfer Admission InfoTameka Whitaker
EducationTransfer Admission InfoStudent Success and Advising Center
EngineeringEngineering GuideCollege of Engineering Advising
Humanities and Social SciencesProspective StudentsCoordinators of Advising
Natural ResourcesTransfer Admissions
SciencesTransfer Admissions InfoCoordinators of Advising
TextilesExternal Transfer GuidesHeather Lyerly

NC State comprises 12 Colleges. University Advising and Exploratory Studies is a department within University College, which is part of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA).

Resources for Admitted Transfer Students

Recommended Reading 

the ultimate guide for college transfer The Ultimate Guide to College Transfer: From Surviving to Thriving
By Lucia D. Tyler and Susan E. Henninger (available as a free download from NC State Library)
master student Becoming a Master Student: Making the Career Connection (17th edition)
By Dave Ellis (check with NC State Library regarding availability)