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Transfer Fridays

You are cordially invited to attend a Transfer Friday event designed to meet the needs of prospective students interested in transferring to the university. Below you will find important details about the event and how to register. If you have any additional questions, please admissions.info@armstrong.edu or call our office at 912.344.2503.

Dates 

The events will be held on select Fridays throughout the year from noon-2 p.m. Please select a date below to register. If you're interested in learning more this fall, join us for a Pirate Preview Open House.

Schedule

11:45 a.m.
Check-in at Victor Hall (11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA 31419)
Noon
Welcome and Information Session about Admissions and Financial Aid with an Armstrong Enrollment Counselor
12:45 p.m.
Walking Tour of Campus and Transfer Housing Tour
2 p.m.
Meet one on one with a transfer enrollment counselor, financial aid counselor, apply for admission, or complete your next steps! 
 

Location and Details

Location:
Armstrong State University
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419
Check in at Victor Hall, Admissions Office
(Off of Abercorn St. - turn on Arts Drive and Victor Hall will be first building on the right)
(Find us on the campus map)
Details:

Guaranteed Decision 

If applicants submit an application, fee, and all required credentials at the Transfer Friday event, we will guarantee a decision within five business days (excluding holidays).
  • We highly recommend applying to the university prior to the event if interested in the guaranteed decision. Please visit: www.armstrong.edu/apply for more information on how to apply.
  • Please review the admissions requirements to ensure you will have all required credentials available. Please note, transcripts must be official (sent electronically or delivered in a signed and sealed envelope).

*Once a student registers for the event, more information will be provided in the event confirmation email with specific details about the event including parking. 

If you have already been admitted to the university, please schedule an appointment with your advisor at www.armstrong.edu/advisors or sign up for Navigate Orientation.

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