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Transfer Credit Information
In order to receive transfer credit for a course(s) you must submit an official transcript to the Transfer Credit Office at the following address:
Once the transcript is received, it is evaluated, and the awarded credit is posted to the student's academic record. That credit may be viewed immediately on the student's OSCAR account by following the directions below. Please review your account to verify that the credit has been awarded before requesting a duplicate transcript. If you have questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Viewing Transfer Credit
New Student Transfer Credit Information
Once an official transcript is received, it is evaluated, and the awarded credit is posted to the student's academic record. That credit may be viewed immediately after it is processed. Please review your account to verify that the credit has been awarded before requesting a duplicate transcript. To view your Tentative Evaluation of College Transfer Credit please follow the "Viewing Transfer Credit" directions above.
Courses will appear in the equivalency table after they have been evaluated. Please check this table to see if your courses have been evaluated. If you see "Approp Dept Must Evaluate" it will be your responsibility to have the course(s) evaluated by the appropriate department. In order to assure a successful transition to Georgia Tech, you will need to follow several important steps:
If you have any questions about this information, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 404-894-4150 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Our office is located in the Administration Building (Tech Tower) Room 104.
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