FAQs

TRANSFER ADMISSIONS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
 

Application Questions


Q- When should a transfer student apply?

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Now is the best time to apply! Completing your file as soon as possible will increase your odds of receiving the best possible scholarship package. Review all admission and registration deadlines here.

 

Q- Can I defer my application?

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You can request that Wesleyan defer your application to the next semester of enrollment. Please notify your admissions representative. After a year of inactivity, a student is asked to reapply. Transcripts and other admission documents are kept for up to three years.

 

Q- How long will it take for me to get an admission decision?

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We can offer an admission and scholarship decision within 1 to 2 weeks of receiving your completed file.

 

 

Q- What are the admission requirements for transfer students?

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See the admission requirements.

 

 

Q- What if I don't meet admission requirements?

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Wesleyan has a process for reviewing students who do not meet admission requirements. Please contact your admission representative for more details.

 

Q- It has been many years since I attended a college/university. Is that transcript still required?

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Yes, transcripts from every institution that a student has attended are required prior to admission. High school transcripts are also required if you have not yet received a Bachelor’s Degree.

 

 

Financial Aid and Scholarship Questions

 

Q- How much is tuition?

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Learn more about current tuition and fees here.

 

 

Q- Am I eligible for Financial Aid?

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Yes, 95% of students receive financial aid. Students interested in applying for financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. For more information please contact our financial aid office at financialaid@wesleyancollege.edu or go here.

 

Q- Are transfer students eligible for scholarships?

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Absolutely! Wesleyan is proud to offer merit, talent and leadership scholarships to traditional and non-traditional transfer students. There is no additional application to be reviewed for scholarships. Students are evaluated for scholarships once they complete their admissions file. Talent scholarships may include an audition or portfolio review. Talk to your counselor today!
 

General Questions
 

Q- How do I secure my spot in the class?

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To secure your spot, there is a $250 matriculation fee for full-time students. This fee secures your spot in the incoming class and starts the registration process. The fee is not refundable after May 1st.  Deposit today!

 

 

Q- Who is required to live on campus?

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In order to make the most of your time at Wesleyan we encourage everyone to live on campus.  All full-time undergraduate students under the age of 23 are required to live on campus. Students who live in the Macon area (less than 25 miles from campus) with their parent or legal guardian may qualify to reside at home while attending Wesleyan. All individuals desiring to live off campus and request an exception to the residency policy must submit the appropriate paperwork to the Director of Residence Life by July 1 (Fall Semester) or December 1 (Spring Semester). Learn more about living on campus here.

 

 

Q- Is there a housing deposit

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Yes, there is an additional $150 housing deposit. This deposit secures your room for the upcoming year. You are eligible to have the deposit refunded after leaving the room in good condition.

 

 

Q- I work late. What are your office hours and how can I reach a counselor? 

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Wesleyan believes in flexibility. Contact your admission counselor to schedule a weekend or after-hours conversation.  

 

 

Q- Will my credits transfer

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We will work with you early in the process to identify your transferable credits. In general, transfer credits must come from an accredited institution, be from degree-level coursework, and have a grade of “C” or higher. The Office of the Registrar will conduct an official credit evaluation shortly after acceptance to the college.

 

 

Q- Does Wesleyan offer online degrees

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No, Wesleyan does not offer any degrees that can be completed online. However, we do offer a flexible and affordable evening program in Business and Accounting. Learn more here

 

 

Q- I am a student at another institution and would like to take a course at Wesleyan. What do I do

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We will be happy to have you! Please complete the Transient Application here and you will be contacted by your admissions representative. You may review our course schedule here.

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