Transfer Application Checklist

At Rhodes, you are considered a transfer student if you’ve taken more than two courses in a single term at another accredited college. 

Transfer (Spring 2017): November 1 (Notified by December 1) 
Transfer (Fall 2017): April 1 (Notified by May 1) 
 
How to Apply 

  • Complete the Common Application or the Universal College Application for transfer students 
  • Submit official final transcripts from your secondary school 
  • Submit official transcripts from all post-secondary schools you have attended 
  • Send official SAT or ACT scores to Rhodes 
  • Give the College Official′s Report to the appropriate dean or college official to complete 
  • Give the College Instructor Evaluation to one of your college professors to complete 
  • You must submit the Mid-Term Report from your professors 
  • Include a letter explaining the reasons you wish to transfer to Rhodes 
  • Submit the CSS PROFILE (Rhodes code: 1730) and FAFSA (Rhodes Title IV code: 003519) if you are applying for need-based financial aid