Transfer Visit Day Experience
Welcome to our Virtual Transfer Visit Day Experience! We wish we could host you in-person, but we wanted to ensure you have access to the same resources you would have on-campus.
Please let us know you attended HERE!
Join Transfer Admissions Specialist, Carly Wehner, for an information session specifically for transfers, adult learners, and online students.
Upcoming Live Events
Join us for a live event where you can interact with the transfer team and get all your questions answered!
The resources below can help answer some of the most common transfer questions, but you can always email or chat us (bottom right corner) with questions about your situation.
Meet the Transfer Team
For general questions, email email@example.com.
Carly works with transfer and non-traditional students on the Statesboro Campus. Contact Carly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chris works with transfer and non-traditional students on the Armstrong Campus. Contact Chris at email@example.com.
Meet a Transfer Student and Alumni
Hannah is transfer student from Dublin, Georgia. She currently serves as a Southern Ambassador tour guide. Learn more about her transfer story!
Chris Harris is a Transfer Admissions Counselor but also an Armstrong Campus alumni! Learn more about why he loves the Armstrong Campus.
The Advisement Process:
1. Be accepted to Georgia Southern.
2. Register for SOAR (Orientation).
3. Your academic advisor will email you after you register for SOAR – please reply back to their email!
4. Your advisor will build your schedule and get it back to you in 2-3 weeks.
5. Complete Virtual SOAR and get ready to start classes!
Hear more about the advisement process from Jennifer Syno, Director of Advising:
Financial Aid & Residency Information
The Office of Financial Aid is available to assist you with your financial needs and questions about funding your education. Visit their website to chat live with a Financial Aid Counselor during office hours (Monday – Friday from 8 am to 5 pm).
As a transfer student, your financial aid does not automatically transfer from one school to another. You must cancel aid at your current school and re-apply for aid at Georgia Southern. Visit Financial Aid for more information.
Learn more about Financial Aid with Blake Mercer:
Residency & Tuition Classification
Students are classified as residents or non-residents based on the Georgia Southern application for admission. Any information indicating ties to another state (out-of-state address, out-of-state school, out-of-state driver’s license, etc.) will result in an out-of-state classification. Learn more about residency here, and if you have questions about your residency status, email firstname.lastname@example.org after your acceptance.
Learn more about residency with Kevin Chambers:
Military & Veterans
Welcome from Patrick Adcock:
Introduction to Military & Veterans Services:
Your Military Benefits:
Check out on-campus resources here:
- Review the Accepted Student Checklist.
- View your official acceptance letter and register for SOAR on your Admissions Status Check Page.
- Check out Virtual Accepted Students Day!
- Request that your official final transcripts be sent to Georgia Southern once you finish your classes. These should be sent directly from your current institution by mail or electronically.
- Mailing Address:
Georgia Southern University Office of Admissions
PO Box 8024
Statesboro, GA 30460
- Mailing Address:
Last updated: 8/18/2020