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Transfer Students

As a transfer student at NC State’s College of Education, you’ll receive exceptional advising, learn from leading scholars of their respective fields, gain real-world and hands-on experiences, get the full NC State experience, and join a close-knit and welcoming community committed to improving the educational success of all learners. Here, you’ll become an extraordinary educator who improves the lives of others.

Interested in transferring to NC State’s College of Education?

Reach out by completing our contact form and we’ll help you . . .

  • Verify you’re taking the right courses for your intended major at NC State’s College of Education
  • Make sure this college and your intended major is the right fit for you
  • Be competitive in your transfer application materials
  • Understand your financial aid and scholarship opportunities
  • Be positioned for success at NC State and after you complete your degree
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At NC State’s College of Education, you can study in one of seven undergraduate programs that will prepare you to be a teacher, instructional designer or developer, or graphics communicator.

Explore our majors.

Application Information

If you have already started your college education at another institution, whether at a community college or a university, you should apply to NC State as a transfer application. Keep in mind the NC State transfer application deadlines:
For Spring Admission, the application deadline is Oct. 1.
For Fall Admission, the application deadline is Feb. 15.

All admissions decisions are made by NC State’s Undergraduate Admissions office.

Apply as a transfer applicant 
Matthew Falcone

Resources for Transfer Applicants

Cheyenne Quarless ’21

I chose the NC State College of Education because it was small and competitive . . . and one of the best education programs in the state. The cohorts are small, the professors really get to know you and I felt like I was really being supported.  

Cheyenne Quarless ’21,
a sixth grade language arts teacher in Wake County

Meet Cheynne 
Cheyenne Quarless

Why Transfer to NC State’s College of Education


to largest cohort of Teaching Fellows in North Carolina


advising that can begin before you even apply to NC State


research and experiential opportunities


college for education majors in North Carolina (College Magazine)


teaching alumni among most effective in North Carolina


community committed to being a welcoming environment for all