A student who wishes to enroll at Piedmont College and has attended another college or university is considered a transfer student.
- Official College Transcript(s) from all colleges, universities, or technical schools attended
Additional Requirements if fewer than 30 transferable college credits have been earned:
- Official High School Transcript
- Official SAT or ACT Scores
*Admissions decision made within one week of receiving all required items.
Transfer Student Scholarships
Scholarships can be as much as $11,000 a year and are awarded at the point of acceptance. Award amounts are based on the college GPA from the institution most recently attended.
- For students who have applied to Piedmont College, a transfer credit evaluation will be completed within 5-10 business days of receiving an official college transcript
- Our Transfer Equivalency Tool can be used to see what courses will transfer
- Piedmont College will award credit for most courses taken at regionally accredited institutions
Personal Campus Visit: Personalized visits can include meeting with a professor, meeting with a financial aid advisor, taking a campus tour, and enjoying a meal in the Dining Hall. Available upon request throughout the week.
Transfer Tuesdays: A special visit event on the Athens Campus where Transfer Students can tour campus, meet current students and faculty, and learn about our admissions process. Applicants may bring official copies of transcripts from all colleges attended for a "same day" admission decision. Register here.
Transfer Admission Advisors
800-277-7020 ext. 1223
800-277-7020 ext. 8102
A student who wishes to enroll at Piedmont College while simultaneously enrolling at another institution is considered a Transient student and should fill out a Transient Student Application.
Piedmont College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, age, handicap or veteran status in its admission policies, educational programs, activities, services and employment. Piedmont College is in compliance with the non-discrimination provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Acts of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and subsequent Amendments, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Americans With Disabilities Act.