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An applicant is considered a first-year student if they have not attended college or university as a full-time student earning at least 12 credits. This does not include AP, IB, A-Level, or Dual Enrollment credits or part-time coursework. An applicant is considered a transfer student if they have attended college or university and earned at least 12 credits as a full-time student.
For information on important dates, deadlines, and forms, please visit admission.tulane.edu/apply/deadlines-forms.
An applicant is considered a transfer student if they have attended college or university and earned at least 12 credits as a full-time student. This does not include AP, IB, A-Level, or Dual Enrollment credits. If a student has only taken part-time dual enrollment courses or AP, IB, or A-Level classes, they should apply as a first-year applicant. A strong transfer application to Tulane would include a complete semester of graded coursework with a GPA of at least 3.0 or higher with coursework in English Composition or College Writing and a higher level mathematics, such as Calculus or Statistics.
For information on important dates, deadlines, and forms, please visit transfer.tulane.edu.
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