GA Tech Transfer - Fall 2015 - UIUC to Tech

<p>I am currently a freshman at UIUC majoring in Computer Engineering. Since UIUC is equally ranked to GA tech, would they consider a GPA around 3.0-3.3 for transfer? On the website it says that the average GPA is 3.6 or so.</p>

<p>The average GPA for transferring into Tech for Fall 2014 was 3.7. But I’ve also heard that as long as you meet all of the required classes and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 you should be accepted. But according to most College Confidential users if you don’t have at least a 4.0 and 50 transferable hours then you don’t have a chance and should just drop out. </p>

<p>@NuclearFurnace‌ not true…if so no freshman has a chance to be accepted</p>

<p>If you don’t mind saying, why are you transferring? </p>

<p>I understand where nuclear is coming from absolutely. Even with gtech’s decreased acceptance rate, you have a very high chance of getting in as long as you meet the requirements. Yet so many ppl on CC seem to think that a 3.7 is something to doubt their chances with, and you must have at least 40+ hours. You have to realize that a good 30-40 percent of those rejected are applicants who don’t meet either course requirements or the 30 hours.</p>

<p>I plan on applying as well, but i will have stats around 3.6 and 3.86 with at least 5 A’s in the required classes they want. and will have about 55 credits transferred. </p>

<p>Do you guys think out of state will help with transfering </p>

<p>@SR1996‌ just out of curiosity why do u want to transFer from Illinois , they a top engineering school ?</p>

<p>I’m from Georgia. I didn’t get in to GT the first time and I decided to go to UIUC for Computer Engineering. But I still want to go back home</p>

<p>I’m probably going to have a 3.3-3.4 after my first year… Do I still have a good chance of transferring?
Does GT consider the school I attend in the application process?</p>

<p>they say they dont care about what school you are transferring , they take cc and university students, its all about equivalency , rigor, and grades. </p>

@SR1996 Are you able to Tranfer from UIUC, did you had any issues. I am planning that now