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Fall 2020 Transfer Admission Statistics

Congratulations to your admitted students! Encourage your students to connect with NC State and other admitted students on social media by using #IChoseNCState. Students must confirm their enrollment by May 1, or within 10 days of their acceptance if received after the deadline. Students should respond to our offer of admission by logging into their wolfPAW account.

Applicants represent over 700 institutions across 92 of North Carolina’s 100 counties, 48 states and 30 countries. We received applications from 55 North Carolina community colleges. Students brought in an average of 48 credits.

Transfer Credit Report

We know it is important for transfer students to make the most of their time at NC State. Some courses may still be under review, but we’ve provided a preliminary transfer credit report for admitted students so they can see how their previous credits will transfer. They should log in to their MyPack Portal and select the “Academic Records” tile to view their transfer credit report.

Below are a few guidelines for understanding the transfer credit report:

  • Only courses from a regionally accredited institution are eligible for evaluation.
  • Students must receive a grade of a C- or higher to receive credit.
  • Equivalent courses that include a ** do not transfer as direct equivalencies. The academic department will determine how these apply towards each students degree.

New Student Checklist and Orientation

Once accepted, we encourage students to begin completing the New Student Checklist, a step-by-step guide for everything that needs to be done from now until the first day of class.

Due to COVID-19, Transfer New Student and Family Orientation for summer 2020 will now be provided to students in virtual formats. New Student Programs will communicate new plans for Orientation by email to admitted students in early May. New Student Orientation will provide all updates to the email address a student has on file with Undergraduate Admissions. Students can learn more about New Student Orientation at