Transfer from another College
If you have attended another college or university since high school, you are considered a transfer student.
To ensure that your transfer to PTC goes smoothly, we suggest that you start early. Complete the following steps as soon as possible to avoid delays in transcript evaluation:
1. Apply for Admission
Select one of the following application methods:
- Submit an online application
- Visit the Admissions Office on the Greenwood Campus
- Visit any County Campus
2. Apply for Financial Aid
You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) immediately to receive lottery tuition or federal financial assistance. Do not wait until classes start! Click here to learn about financial aid opportunities and policies.
3. Complete or Exempt the Placement Test
Stop by your local Piedmont Tech location to take the placement test. Although appointments aren't required, please check the testing hours online and call Admissions at (864) 941-8369 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know when you're coming, and stop by our office in Room 103B on the Greenwood Campus when you arrive to check in.
To schedule a test appointment at any other PTC location, contact your local campus.
Unless waived by college personnel, you will need to take the placement test. The placement test is waived if valid transfer credit is awarded in English and math. To view guidelines outlining how transfer of credit is awarded, please refer to the Transfer Into PTC Policy.Visit our Testing Center Web Site for more information on test exemptions and sample test questions.
4. Submit Transcripts
Submit an official copy of your high school transcript or GED and any college transcripts. If you completed high school outside the United States, please contact Carol Paguntalan about required documentation.
Students with international college/university coursework must provide an approved credit evaluation, if transfer credit is desired. The evaluator must be certified by NACES (National Association for Credential Evaluation Services).
5. Meet with an Enrollment Advisor and Register for Classes
Contact a campus near you to meet with an enrollment advisor and plan your schedule of classes. After your meeting, you'll register for classes and receive a printed schedule and a statement for tuition and fees.