Transfer Admissions

The transfer admissions process is a three phase process—Initial Application Submission, Course Credit Evaluation, and Acceptance. A transfer student is defined as a student who has taken a college or university course after graduation from high school or left high school before graduating to enroll full-time in college courses.

Enrollment Process


Initial Application Submission

First-Time Applicants

  1. Apply Online. You can then choose to pay the non-refundable application fee of $25 online or by mail.
  2. Submit official transcripts from all colleges attended to the office of admissions:

College of Coastal Georgia
Office of Admissions
One College Drive
Brunswick, GA 31520

Returning Students

If you previously attended College of Coastal Georgia as a degree-seeking student, you must submit a re-admission application through the Admissions Office.
  1. Complete a Readmission Application—Apply Online
  2. Submit official transcripts from all colleges you attended after leaving CCGA to the office of admissions:

College of Coastal Georgia
Office of Admissions
One College Drive
Brunswick, GA 31520


Transfer Admissions Criteria

Regular Transfer

To be considered for regular transfer admission:
  1. Submission of transcripts from all previous institutions attended
  2. Minimum 30 transferable semester hours or 45 transferable quarter hours
  3. Cumulative college GPA 2.0+ (all work attempted)
  4. Be eligible to return to most recent college.

Freshmen Transfer

To be considered for freshmen transfer admission:
  1. Have earned no more than 30 transferable semester hours (or 45 quarter hours)
  2. Submission of High School Transcript with graduation date or GED scores
  3. Submission of Official SAT or ACT scores or proper placement test scores.
  4. High School Academic GPA 2.0+
  5. Cumulative college GPA 2.0+ (all work attempted)
  6. Be eligible to return to most recent college.

Transfer Admissions Appeal Process

A student who applies with a grade point average below a 2.0 on previous college coursework will be considered for admissions. The student must complete the admissions process by submitting all admissions documents including an admissions appeal letter. The letter will be reviewed and the student will be considered for limited admissions. The letter should be mailed to the office of admissions. Questions regarding the appeals process should be directed to the transfer admissions counselor.

Course Credit Evaluation

Once your admissions application is complete, your application status will be updated and you will be notified by mail and e-mail. Course credit evaluation will take ten business days. The transfer admissions counselor will notify you when your evaluation is complete and you have been officially accepted to the college. –Please visit the Accepted Transfer Student Page.

Point of Contact for Transfer Admissions

Kimberly Burgess
Admissions Counselor
912-279-5770
kburgess@ccga.edu

Office of Admissions
912-279-5730
admiss@ccga.edu

Office of Financial Aid
912-279-5722
finaid@ccga.edu
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