Wilson College of Textiles
The next generation of textile leadership begins here with you.
Students who have started their college-level education at another institution may apply for admission to the Wilson College of Textiles through the University’s transfer student application process. All admission decisions are made by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
The resources below will help you through the planning and application process.
Scholarships for Transfer Students
Learn more about scholarship opportunities that are available to external transfer students.
Fashion and Textile Design Applicants
Fashion and Textile Design (FTD) admissions applications must be submitted by November 1. If you selected FTD, within 24-48 hours, you’ll receive an email directing you to your wolfPAW account where you’ll find a link to the portfolio submission portal, SlideRoom. Portfolios and essay responses must be submitted In SlideRoom by November 1. New FTD students are admitted for fall entry only.
It is important to note that Fashion and Textile Design is a studio-based, cohort program that will require 8 semesters to complete, regardless of the number of transfer credits earned. Entering the program with transfer credits may allow students to take a lighter course load during their enrollment in the program, but it will not expedite degree completion.
Reverse Transfer Program
The Reverse Transfer program is a collaboration between the University of North Carolina System and the North Carolina Community College System. Learn more about how reverse transfer works.
English Composition Transfer Credit Guidelines
All students are required to complete the First-Year Writing requirement at NC State, at another institution or a combination of both. Review the credit guidelines.
For questions about transfer admissions, contact:
Heather Lyerly, Director of Academic Services
Meggie Metcalf, Senior Academic Advisor