Transfer to the Nest

By Marisa Bunton

Are you an FSW student and want to transfer but can’t decide which college you should transfer to? Your best bet is to transfer to FGCU! Florida Southwestern State College and Florida Gulf Coast University are collaborating to make YOU successful. Fly to FGCU to become an eagle today!

FSW and Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) have teamed up to offer FSW students a seamless transfer to FGCU to earn their bachelor’s degree. By transferring to FGCU from FSW or any community college in Florida, you are guaranteed admission with an FSW Associate in Arts (AA) degree. Also, your FGCU application fee ($30) is credited back to you if you participated in the 2+2 program, as well as an opportunity for transfer scholarships and access to FGCU events, such as campus tours. You can even meet with FGCU college advisors!

If you are transferring to FGCU, one thing to consider is registering for one of their “Transfer to the Nest” virtual events. These events are only available once every month, so be on the lookout for those dates! In case you are wondering when the next “Transfer to the Nest” event is, be sure to check on FGCU’s website.

“Transfer to the Nest” Dates

03/23/2021 – 2 PM

04/19/2021 – 6 PM

05/11/2021 – 4 PM

By participating in a “Transfer to the Nest” event, you will be able to chat with admissions representatives regarding the transfer process and credit articulation. You get to hear from Financial Aid experts who will explain the easiest ways to apply and receive aid and scholarships, and you will receive a waiver code to submit your application for FREE!

It is never too late to register. Go from an FSW Buccaneer to an FGCU Eagle today! Keep an eye on your email, and if you need help, consult FGCU and their representatives to answer any of your questions. Go Bucs!

FGCU Links

https://www.fgcu.edu/admissionsandaid/undergraduateadmissions/transferagreements#destinationfgcu

https://www.fgcu.edu/admissionsandaid/visitus/transfertothenest/

Marisa Bunton

Community Writer

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