As a transfer student at New College, you’ll have the unique opportunity to further your education in an environment that places a high value on exploration, innovation, and experiences. Your unique perspective and ideas will be valued during class discussions, collaborative research, and other projects.

Why Transfer to New College?

45 undergraduate concentrations across the sciences, social sciences and humanities. Professors teach research and analysis methods, and students apply these skills to a senior capstone project. We also have an exceptional master’s degree program in Applied Data Science.

Flexibility. Students customize their programs with internships and projects for academic credit. Faculty know their students and write performance evaluations that focus on individual performance.

Personalized academic and career coaching. All students are assigned one faculty adviser who will guide, coach and mentor them through their area of study from day one through graduation. Plus, all new students are assigned a career coach to build their planning, networking and communication skills.

Integrated career experience. Internships, certificate programs and flexible options give students the opportunity to explore and prepare for post-graduation opportunities.

Affordability. Not only are we consistently recognized by Forbes, The Fiske Guide to Colleges, and Kiplinger’s as a Best Value College, we award more than $9.5 million annually in scholarships and grants.

Transfer Admission Deadlines

Fall Transfer Admission Deadlines

Application Deadline Notification Dates Deposit Deadline
April 1 –  Priority Deadline Rolling June 1
July 1 – Final Deadline Within 2 weeks of completion  Within 2 weeks of decision

Spring Transfer Admission Deadlines

Application Deadline Notification Dates Deposit Deadline
November 1 – Priority Deadline

December 1 – Final Deadline

Rolling January 5

Guaranteed Transfer Pathways

New College has partnered with colleges throughout the US to offer guaranteed admission programs to qualifying students. Learn More