Transfer Admission
Requirements & Process



If you do not meet the requirements for unconditional admittance or if you need further details on any of the information above, email the Office of Admissions at You may also reach us by phone at 800-582-6953 or (479) 968-0343.

Unofficial documents can be faxed to (479) 964-0522. All final admission documents should be mailed to:

Arkansas Tech University
Office of Admissions & Student Recruitment
Brown Hall, Suite 104
105 West O Street
Russellville AR 72801-2222


Start the Transfer Process

APPLY: Submit your transfer admission application. You will be notified in writing of the decision regarding your transfer admission.  Documents must be received before an admission decision can be made.
DOCUMENTS: Submit official transcripts from all regionally accredited colleges and universities where you have enrolled. 

If you have fewer than 24 college credit hours, then we also need your final official high school transcript and test scores (ACT, SAT or ACCUPLACER). You may need to contact your high school and request they send these to us.

Documents may be submitted to or mailed to: 

Office of Admissions
Brown Hall, Suite 104
105 West O Street
Russellville, AR 72801
SCHOLARSHIPS: Apply for Transfer Academic Scholarships. The deadline for spring is December 1. The deadline for fall is April 1.
ONETECH: Activate your OneTech student portal account. Your student information and activation instructions will be included in the admission letter.
FAFSA: Complete the FAFSA or update your current FAFSA to include Arkansas Tech University. Arkansas Tech's school code to use on the FAFSA is 001089.
ADVISING & REGISTRATION: Newly admitted transfer and returning students with less than 60 earned hours or are undeclared or any student who needs additional guidance in selecting a major should call or visit the Academic Advising Center (479-964-0843, Rothwell 107) to schedule an advising/registration appointment beginning December 2, 2020, for spring 2021 courses.

Newly admitted transfer and returning students with more than 60 earned hours should contact their respective academic department to schedule an advising/registration appointment. Find your 
department contact information.
HOUSING: Apply for on-campus housing through the OneTech student portal. Russellville campus students between the ages of 18 and 21, and with fewer than 60 earned credit hours of college work (excluding high school concurrent), are required to live on campus or in their parent or legal guardian's permanent home within a 30-mile radius of Arkansas Tech University.

Students who plan to live with their parent or legal guardian in their permanent home within a 30-mile radius of Arkansas Tech University must complete and submit a Commuter Request Form through the housing portal.

Other exemptions may be granted by Residence Life. See the Residence Life Exemption Request Form through the housing portal for the specific exemption criteria.

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