Transfer students are a crucial part of the Tulane community, and it’s important that we provide them with the best possible experience. To help make sure this happens, we’ve put together some tips to make your transfer process as smooth as possible. If you have any questions about the transfer process or want to know what’s happening with your application, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We would be happy to help you get started at Tulane and make your transition as seamless as possible.
Tulane Transfer Acceptance Rate
The acceptance rate for transfers at Tulane University is approximately 54%. This means that of the students who apply to transfer, 54% are accepted. The majority of accepted transfers come from four-year institutions, but there is also a significant number of transfers coming from two-year colleges and universities.
Tulane Admission Requirements
Tulane’s transfer acceptance rate is one of the lowest among selective colleges and universities in the United States. In order to be admitted to Tulane, you must have a GPA of at least 3.0 and an ACT score of at least 20. If you are transferring from a four-year college or university, your cumulative grade point average (GPA) and ACT score must be at least equivalent to what is required for admission at Tulane. You may also be considered for admission if you have completed a rigorous course of study in college that has prepared you well for enrollment in college courses at Tulane.
Tulane Application Process
The Tulane Application Process provides overview of the steps that students must take in order to be admitted to the university. First, prospective students must apply online through Tulane’s applicant portal. After submitting an online application, applicants will need to submit additional documentation, such as transcripts and letters of recommendation. Prospective students who are accepted by Tulane may then visit the admissions office on campus for an interview.
What are the Admissions Requirements at Tulane?
Tulane is a selective university with an acceptance rate of only 10%. You must have a high school diploma or equivalent and be eligible for admission to attend Tulane. The average GPA for transfer students is 3.4. The most common majors for transfer students at Tulane are business, education, and health sciences.
How Many Students Enter Tulane Every Year?
According to the admissions website, Tulane welcomes an average of 1,564 transfers every year. This number reflects the total number of students who apply to Tulane and are accepted, regardless of whether or not they enroll. The acceptance rate for transfers is approximately 36%.
What is the Tulane Application Fee?
The Tulane Application Fee is a required fee for any student wishing to transfer to Tulane. The fee is currently $65.00 and can be paid online or in person. If paying online, the application fee should be included with your Common Application submission.
If paying in person, the application fee can be paid at the admissions office on Lower Broadway.
What are the Chances of Getting In at Tulane?
If you’re applying to Tulane University, your chance of admission is about average. The acceptance rate for new students in the fall of 2016 was about 44 percent. However, the odds of being accepted can be better or worse depending on which class you’re applying to and your personal qualifications.