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Transfer Application Process

In most cases, we use a "rolling" admission process for students from other colleges or universities who wish to transfer to Centenary. Once an application for admission is complete, most students are notified of their status within two to three weeks.

Application Options

 

A completed application consists of the following:

  • An official high school transcript mailed directly or sent electronically from the high school that indicates graduation date;
  • An official college transcript mailed directly or sent electronically from each college attended;
  • A statement of reason for transfer (250 - 500 words) should indicate reasons for transfer, future academic goals, and a discussion of how Centenary will further those goals;
  • Letter(s) of recommendation from a college professor or advisor (not required, but strongly preferred).
  • The Admission Committee will only review a complete transfer application. All materials should be submitted to the Office of Admission: 2911 Centenary Blvd., Shreveport, LA 71104.

 

Important Dates

To enter in the Fall Semester To enter in the Spring Semester
Applications preferred no later than July 1. Applications preferred no later than December 1.

 

"Will this transfer?"

Our Transfer Equivalency Guide will help you determine which credits will transfer to Centenary.

Connect with a counselor

Centenary's Admission staff will guide you through the transfer application process.

Financial Aid

Visit with our financial aid office to learn about your options.

Transfer Students Scholarships

Find information on scholarships specific to transfer students.

Contact Info

Office of Admission

2911 Centenary Boulevard, Shreveport, LA 71104

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