Frequently Asked Questions To Prepare For ECU Transfer


ECU University is one of the esteemed universities in the world. Several students every year aspires to take admission in this university. Before you apply for a transfer, it is important to get a good understanding of its transfer procedure.

What is the eligibility criterion for students for college transfer?

The eligibility criterion for students for college transfer is decided on the below categories.

  • Applicants, who are 21 years of age and more, will be reviewed by the committee members on the basis of their accomplished coursework, current courses in progress, and their cumulative GPA score in all attempted courses. They do not have to submit high school test scores or transcripts or test scores.
  • Applicants who are below 21 years of age, and have successfully completed a minimum of 24 hours of transferrable credit will be reviewed depending on their completed coursework, cumulative GPA, and courses in progress, in all courses that have been attempted so far. They won’t need to submit test scores and high school transcripts.
  • Applicants who are below the age of 21, and have not completed their 24 hours of transferrable credit will be reviewed depending on their completed coursework, cumulative GPA, and courses in progress in all courses they have attempted. These students are also expected to fulfill Minimum Course Requirements of NC High School and also submit their ACT or SAT scores with the final high school transcript.

What is the mode to apply for a transfer?

To register for a campus event, or apply for admission, it is required for a student to make a Navigator account online.

Once the transfer application and transcripts are submitted via the account, you can easily track whether the same has been received by the college, or not. Campus Reel has educated a thousand of students who are planning for ECU Transfer.

What documents are needed for the transfer?

Every student needs to submit below documents along with the application:

  • Official college transcripts from individual institution that a student has attended
  • If a candidate is below the age of 21, then he needs to present official high school transcripts. He won’t have 24 transferrable hours before the enrollment procedure
  • Military transcripts, if applicable
  • Official IB/ AP/CLEP scores, if applicable

Where should I send my transfer application and documents?

A candidate should send all the official documents to the below address:

Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Mail Stop 517

East Carolina University

Greenville, NC 27858-4353

You can even send official electronic transcripts using popular transcript services. If the home institution of a student provides an option for electronic transcript delivery, then it is required to send transcripts to [email protected].

What is the application deadline to submit a transfer application?

Start Term       Application Deadline  Scholarship Deadline  Financial Aid Priority Deadline

Spring 2020     December 2, 2019     January 15, 2020         February 14, 2020

Fall 2020         June 15, 2020               January 15, 2020        February 14, 2020

Summer 2020 April 13, 2020              January 15, 2020        February 14, 2020


This article answers most of the frequently asked questions that guide students and helps them successfully obtain ECU transfer.

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