Gallaudet will be better with you here! Transfer here to enhance your collegiate experience.
Transferring to Gallaudet is easy!
Gallaudet offers a truly unique student experience – unlike anywhere else in the world.
Here are a few reasons you should transfer to Gallaudet:
- Thrive in a bilingual environment and benefit from direct communication access.
- Study with internationally known professors who will prepare you for career opportunities in a highly competitive, technological, and rapidly changing world.
- Get your $50 application fee waived if you apply by December 15, 2020.
- Receive a free iPad Pro and a 15% tuition reduction for the Spring 2021 semester.
Since health and safety come first, we will continue with remote learning for Spring 2021. As always, Gallaudet continues to provide students – no matter where they are — an unparalleled education.
15% Tuition Reduction
Free iPad Pro
Vibrant Virtual Events
December 2, 2020 from 4:00 to 5:15 PM ET
Interested in transferring to Gallaudet?
- Choose from 40+ programs of study with barrier-free communication.
- Learn more about career pathways, internship opportunities, and scholarships/financial aid for transfer students.
- Discover how easy our transfer process is!
Join our Transfer Webinar on December 2, 2020 from 4:00 to 5:15 PM ET to see why you BELONG here.
No. 3 “Best Value school”
among national universities in the prominent 2021 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings
Gallaudet does what works for you,
virtually or here on the campus
Gallaudet is rooted in the richness and vibrancy of American Sign Language and the many cultures, traditions and experiences of deaf people across the vast spectrum of identities. Whether students are remote or on campus, none of this changes for Spring 2021.
Gallaudet has provided customized training to all faculty to create an enhanced remote instruction model that’s uniquely designed to offer sign-language vibrant learning experiences for students. Virtual class sizes have been reduced to optimize class performance and class times have been shifted to accommodate students in different time zones.