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Meet with University Advisors
Admissions representatives and academic advisors from local and statewide public and private colleges visit Columbus State every semester to recruit our students for transfer. Students can meet with these representatives at any point in their Columbus State experience. You do not have to be accepted to any of the colleges that visit and no appointment is necessary. Types of visits and events include, but are not limited to, transfer center hours, information tables, destination days, BluePrint workshops, and transfer fairs. Visits take place on the Columbus Campus in the Transfer Center (Aquinas Hall 126), Delaware Hall (First Floor Lobby), Nestor Hall (Lobby), and the Center for Technology and Learning (TL Building Lobby). Also, representatives may visit our Delaware Campus (Moeller Hall) or other Regional Learning Centers (Dublin, Reynoldsburg, and Westerville)
Before Your Visit
Before you visit the University Transfer Center to meet with an advisor/representative, please consider completing the following tasks:
- Print our your unofficial transcript or Degree Audit (DARS) through your Cougarweb account, so the representative can view your current and completed Columbus State course work.
- Make a list of questions you would like answered by the representative.
- Show up early, as all visiting representatives see students on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Ask questions that are pertinent to the representative's institution. While they can offer general advice about Columbus State programs (i.e. choose this Columbus State major for this bachelor's degrees), they are not actual Columbus State advisors. If you have questions about Columbus State's programs or courses, please visit your Columbus State academic advisor.
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University Transfer Center
The University Transfer Center is open to all students at Columbus State to assist them in connecting with colleges and universities offering bachelor's degrees. The University Transfer Center offers visits by representatives and advisors from those institutions to speak with our students about admission, transfer application, scholarship opportunities, and academic planning. Students are encouraged to use these meetings to learn more about their transfer options at convenient times without leaving campus. The University Transfer Center also organizes fairs, workshops, and other activities to provide further information on transfer and other related issues. Computers are available in the Transfer Center for students to use for their college applications and relevant research. BluePrint workshops are presented by the center staff and university representatives to give students more information on pathway partner institutions and the transfer experience. Questions about the center or its offerings should be directed to email@example.com. Students seeking information on Columbus State course work or programs are encouraged to meet with their Columbus State academic advisor.University Transfer Center Aquinas Hall 126 Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday: Closed
University Visit Calendar
This calendar lists all visits to Columbus State in the University Transfer Center, other locations across the campuses, and related events. Please note: The calendar below is subject to change. While institutions have reoccurring schedules in the transfer center, sometimes a representative might be out sick, increment weather, etc. Should a representative be unable to visit campus, we will make a note "Cancelled" as soon as we are made aware of the absence. If you are planning to make the trip to campus to see a four-year representative, please check the calendar that morning for the most current information.
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