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Transfer Students

Transfer to Catawba Without Losing Credits


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Are you worried about losing credits if you transfer to Catawba College?

Don't be.

If you have an associate's degree (A.A. or A.S.) from an accredited community college, all of your general education requirements at Catawba will be met.

Students applying for admission to Catawba College as degree-seeking students from other accredited colleges and universities are admitted as Transfer Students. The decision to transfer from a familiar environment to an entire new world can sometimes be a difficult one. We strive to put your fears to restby offering detailed information on how to apply as a transfer and what you can expect in the process.

We encourage you to contact the Admissions Office, so we can personally walk you through the process. Call us at 1-800-CATAWBA. We look forward to serving you!


Applying as a Transfer Student:

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How Far Away is Catawba?
Catawba might be closer than you think!  View the distance from local community colleges


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Mingle with other transfer students and Admissions Staff on Facebook:

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Questions?
For more information or to ask a question, please contact Elaine Holden, Coordinator for Transfer Students, at (704) 637-4225 or epholden@catawba.edu.

"th-kaylaoxendine.jpgI loved Catawba the first day that I set eyes on it and when I came for the new student and transfer student orientation my love just grew stronger ... I have no doubt in my mind that Catawba was one of the best decisions I ever made and is definitely the right school for me!"  

Kayla Oxendine

Transfer Student
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th-loiswilliams.jpg"We're trying to remove stumbling blocks for our students and we realize that when they transfer here, they'll simply be adding to the successes they've already achieved at a community college. Many of our students who have earned their associate degrees there have transferred to Catawba and are now counted among our best and brightest."

Lois Williams 
VP for Enrollment