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Campus housing is also offered at both the main and RiverPark campus- es; transfer students benefit from apartment-style residences with private bedrooms and bathrooms. Additionally, we offer a special transfer student orientation that is conve- niently available online.


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olumbus State University supports over 6,000 under- graduate students in achieving their educational goals—many of whom once transferred just like you. Whether you’ve earned an associate degree or you’re simply considering an institutional change, Columbus State’s innovative experiential learning tech- niques and community connections provide new opportunities to prepare you for your future. With over 60 ma- jors to choose from, we’re sure to offer just what you need to “Create You.”


Location and services


CSU is located just 100 miles south- west of Atlanta in Columbus, Georgia, the second-largest city in the state. The University has two campuses: a tradi- tional campus located in midtown and a trendy downtown campus, home to our School of the Arts and the College of Education and Health Professions. For the utmost conve- nience, both campuses provide dining facilities, a bookstore, University Police, and more. Transfer students may choose to have a car on campus, but transportation is provided for students between both campuses.


Transfer process CSU makes every effort to transfer credits for academic work completed at other institutions. In general, cours- es completed at a regionally accredited college or university will transfer. Applicants may submit a special request for evaluation of transfer credits not originally accepted by the University. Applicants may also earn credit from Advanced Placement courses, CLEP, DANTES, Excelsior College Exams, the International Baccalaureate, the military, and professional experiences.


Columbus State University is an


excellent choice for transfer students, but you should find out for yourself! We’re extending a personal invitation to you to come visit our campus. We offer visit opportunities both virtually and in person specifically for transfer students. Find out more about all our visit opportunities and register for your preferred events at admissions. columbusstate.edu/visit. n


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Colleges and Universities Ranked in the TOP 50


Public Regional Universities in the South


Columbus State University Columbus, Georgia columbusstate.edu enroll@columbusstate.edu @ColumbusState @ColumbusState @csuadmissions


“The choice to transfer was the best one I have ever made. Being active in student organizations and working as a student assistant [at CSU] has given me a chance to grow as a student and as a person.” — VICTORIA BUCHANAN ’21


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