LaGrange College admission personnel review applications for transfer admission
on a rolling basis. As a consequence, the sooner you submit a completed application
for transfer admission, the sooner your transfer counselor can render a decision
regarding your admissibility.
The following materials are necessary to complete your application for transfer
admission to LaGrange College.
(Note: Transcripts for all course work attempted (regardless of whether or not
completed) should be submitted. Additionally, a final transcript including grades
earned for courses currently in progress should be sent as soon as possible once
it is available.)
If requested, college catalogs from specific colleges or universities attended,
or current copies of course descriptions from the catalogs with information for
all courses taken.
If you have completed less than 45 quarter or 30 semester hours of transferable
college course work, an official high school transcript including SAT or ACT scores.
The LaGrange College Statement of Good Standing completed by the appropriate official
at each college or university attended.
The Admission Decision
Once the admission office has received all of your application materials, admission
personnel will review your completed application file to determine your potential
for success at LaGrange. Please note that the cumulative college GPA required of
transfer students applying to LaGrange is 2.00 or higher. Transfer applicants must
be in good standing and eligible to continue a course of study at the college or
university they last attended.
Transfer of Credit
The LaGrange College registrar's office will review and evaluate your transcript(s)
to determine which credits will transfer. Consequently, your college transcripts
serve as the
primary source for a listing of both the courses you have taken and those currently
You must have a grade of "C" or better in each course considered for transfer
Transfer credit may be granted for courses which correspond to or are considered
the equivalent of courses offered at LaGrange College.
Up to 60 semester hours may be transferred from an accredited two-year college.
Transfer students must complete the general education requirements that apply
to the class with which they entered, i.e., sophomore, junior, or senior.
The majority of students attending LaGrange College qualify for some type of financial
may come from one or more of the following sources: Scholarships, grants, work
study, or loans.
To be considered for financial aid, you will need to do the following:
Reserving Your Place
Upon being granted admission to LaGrange College, your next step is to reserve
a place in the incoming class. All admitted transfer students intending to enroll
are required to
submit a deposit
On Campus Housing
Unmarried students, except those who reside in the local area with family or relatives,
are required to live in college-operated facilities.
Visiting the LaGrange College Campus
We strongly recommend that you plan to
schedule a date and time to visit LaGrange
for a tour of campus and an interview with a member of the admission counseling
staff. The admissions office is open from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday
year-round and by appointment on Saturday mornings from September through April,
and admission personnel stand ready to help you arrange a visit.
Transfer Student Application Materials Checklist
To request information, speak with a counselor, or schedule a visit to campus,
please contact the office of admissions via the following:
LaGrange College Office of Admission
601 Broad Street
LaGrange, GA 30240
For questions regarding financial aid, please contact the financial aid office:
Lagrange College Financial Aid Office
601 Broad Street
LaGrange, GA 30240