Wednesday ● February 26, 2020

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Are you a current student at FGC and planning to transfer to a university after completion of your FGC degree? Whether you are just starting or about to graduate – this event is for you! Transfer Day will be hosted at the FGC Library and is the perfect opportunity to learn more about potential transfer options, connect with college representatives, and make a more informed transfer choice.  You can begin taking your prerequisite courses for transfer next term! 

The following schools have confirmed attendance. We will post any additional institutions as they join our transfer day:

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC)
Devry University
Flagler College
Florida A&M University
Florida Gateway College – BSN Program
Florida Gateway College – Early Childhood Education (BS) and Elementary Education (BA)
Florida Gateway College – Water Resources
Florida Gulf Coast University
Florida State University
Georgia Southern University
Hodges University
LIM College
Nova Southeastern University
Saint Leo University
University of Central Florida
University of Florida – Engineering
University of Florida Online
University of Florida – Ag Comm and Education
University of Florida-Liberal Arts & Sciences
University of Florida – Food Science (CALS)
University of Florida – Forest Resource & Conservation
University of North Florida
Valdosta State University
Wiregrass Technical College


Plan and prepare for the event:

  1. Check back often to see the list of universities that will be in attendance.
  2. Research the schools ahead of time by checking out their websites. Learn about majors offered, campus location, student life and any other factors that are important to you.
  3. As you research, start writing down your questions. Bring your prepared list of questions with you to transfer day. See our list of Transfer Day questions.
  4. Plan to dress appropriately. Make your best impression on the college recruiters and admissions representatives that day.

What happens on Transfer Day?

  • Visit the university tables you planned to visit, as well as the others! You may learn a school you previously didn’t consider is actually the best fit.
  • Ask your questions, take notes and gather any materials the school offers. Go ahead and ask for a business card or contact information so you can easily ask your future questions.
  • Turn in your Transfer Day survey. We want to improve the event for you and your peers.