Transferring to Clark Atlanta University
Clark Atlanta University welcomes applications from students who have attended or are currently attending other universities or colleges and that seek to transfer to CAU.
Non-remedial courses with passing grades, from regionally accredited institutions are generally accepted. The maximum number of credits that can be transferred to the University is ninety (90).
Transfer applicants must be in good standing financially, academically, and in all other areas with their previous regionally accredited institution order to be admitted to CAU.
Applicants must also complete and submit the following by the designated deadline:
- Clark Atlanta University Application with a $35.00 non-refundable application fee.
- One official transcript from each post-secondary institution(s) attended (transcript must show a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA and 12 transferable credit hours).
- Official final high school transcript(s) from each attended secondary school (graduate date must be present on transcript)
Before beginning the application process, prospective transfer students should be sure they are eligible for transfer admission.
Transfer Admissions Requirements
California Community Colleges Transfer Guarantee
Clark Atlanta has been involved in a partnership with the Community Colleges of California since 2015 and this allows students attending any of the California community or junior colleges to transfer to CAU upon completing their associates with junior status. Further information can be obtained by visiting the program website or contacting the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transfer credit questions can be addressed by contacting Jo-Lynn Dotson at email@example.com. Please note: Transfer evaluations will only be completed after the prospect has been accepted to Clark Atlanta University.