We’re so happy you’re considering continuing your education with us. Our admissions team is committed to making your transition to Piedmont as seamless as possible.
December 15 Application Deadline for Spring Semester
Complete your application by selecting “Sign Up” on the next page.
Submit all official college transcripts to our Admissions Office that reflect completed courses through the end of your current term.
Additional Steps if fewer than 30 transferable college credits have been earned:
Send a copy of your final high school transcript or GED to our Admissions office that provides insight into your course work.
If you submit multiple test results, the Admission Committee will select the scores that offer you the greatest advantage in the admission review process. Test scores are not required if it has been more than five years since the test was taken. Providing SAT/ACT scores are optional.
Transfer Student Scholarships
Residential scholarships can be as much as $14,000 a year and are awarded at the point of acceptance. Award amounts are generally based on the college GPA from the institution most recently attended.
- For students who have been accepted to Piedmont University, a transfer credit evaluation will be completed within 14–21 days after acceptance
- Our Transfer Equivalency Tool can be used to see what courses will transfer
- Piedmont University will award credit for most courses taken at regionally accredited institutions
Transfer Equivalency Tool
The link below is a guide provided for your convenience. Please understand that if a course/institution is not listed, it does not mean that we will not accept the credit. We evaluate transfer credit on an individual basis, and this site is constantly being updated. Piedmont University reserves the right to make changes at any time. Transfer evaluations are not official until reviewed by the Registrar's Office.