We commend you on your decision to further your education and particularly excited that you are thinking about becoming a Spartan. We are proud of all you have accomplished and look forward to having the opportunity to help you continue to achieve in the pursuit of your educational goals. We understand your experiences as a transfer student are very different from that of an incoming freshman. Therefore, we are here to help you in navigating through the University as you become acclimated to your surroundings. Behold the Green and Gold!!
The TransferMation Center houses trained Staff who is specializes in understanding the needs of transfer students and how to best service you through a one-stop shop! The TransferMation Center provides administrative services, academic and financial planning, student activities and leadership development programs. Please stop by and visit us in the Student Center room 201.
ITT Tech Tuesdays
ITT Tech Tuesdays will provide ITT Tech students with the opportunity to learn more about Norfolk State University. Information Sessions will be held each Tuesday during the hours of 8:00am – 5:00pm in the TransferMation Center Room 201 of the Student Center. Please see Campus Map. Please bring your official or unofficial ITT Tech transcript and transcript(s) from any other institutions you have attended.
We pride ourselves with creating a transfer receptive culture and look forward to discussing these options with you. If you are unable to attend, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 757-451-7745 and a counselor will contact you directly.
New Student Orientation - Spring 2017
One of the first steps to becoming a Spartan is attending New Student Registration/Orientation. During that time, you’ll meet with academic advisors, register for classes, meet other new students, and learn more about campus resources.
Please RSVP your seat.
NSU Transfer Thursdays
This program is for prospective transfer students who are interested in completing their bachelor's degree at Norfolk State University. Transfer Thursdays will provide transfer students with the opportunity to learn more about Norfolk State University directly from faculty and currently enrolled students. The program will include on-site admissions, financial aid information, and an opportunity to discuss program requirements. learn more
The TransferMation Center and Student Activities invites current and prospective transfer students to attend our “Transfer Mixer” this Fall.
Current transfer students will receive tips on how to access campus resources and how to join student organizations. Prospective transfer students are also invited to hear from current students and speak to staff regarding admissions.
Our mixer will consist of an evening of fun, food and fellowship while you learn how to make the most of your transfer experience.
September 20th from 4pm - 7pm
The best way to learn about the Infinite Possibilities available at Norfolk State University is through a visit to our beautiful campus. You may choose to participate in a campus tour or to attend one of our Open House events.
November 12th starting at 9:00 am in the L. Douglas Wilder Center
April is Transfer Month 2016Links and Resources:
Every April, the TransferMation Center at NSU provides events and workshops that provide opportunities to become a productive Spartan.
We know that students who participate in a quality mentor program are more prepared academically and socially for challenges they face during their transition to the university. Stop by the TransferMation Center and meet a peer mentor. They will be able to help you navigate the campus, listen to your questions and direct you to resources that you may need during your transition.
Interested in becoming a PEER Mentor? Please contact the TransferMation Center: email@example.com or by calling 757-451-7748
Norfolk State University(NSU) Links Scholars Program has set the bar for the National HBCU Initiative. The Links, Incorporated, one of the nation’s largest organizations of professional women, is working with community colleges and historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) to build strong ties between the schools and enhance college completion rates.