Information for Transfer Students

Hello, thank you for joining me today. My name is Caitlin Jacobs. I’m the associate director for transfer admission and credit articulation here in the office of Admissions and Merit Awards at Coastal Carolina University. I’ve been working at the University and specifically with transfer students for over five years. I’m here today to share a lot of useful information about the transfer process, but before I get started, I just want to say that I hope you and yours are staying safe, healthy, and happy. Like I said, while I’m going to share a lot of useful information today, if there’s anything that I missed I want to make sure that you know the University is operational so if you have any questions about the transfer process you can certainly reach out to us. we’re open Monday through Friday 8:30 to 5:00 You can always email us at transfer@ coastal.edu and you can always call us at 877-7000. I’m also going to post all of our transfer counselors and their contact information at the end of this presentation, so stay tuned for that. So why don’t we go ahead and get started so if you know anything about Coastal Carolina University know that we’ve grown a lot as an institution and we’re still a fairly young institution with that we were founded in 1954 but we did not become an independent institution until 1993 after that from 2007 to 2010 we grew at a rate where we ended up as the 28th fastest growing public master’s degree granting institution in the u.s over the past decade we’ve finalized over 200 million dollar building campaign as well so we’ve got enough we’ve had a lot of growth and we’ve received some national recognition that I’m certainly going to brag about today but perhaps what we’re most proud of is being recognized for the past 11 years on America’s best college buys list more impressive we are recognized as number 2 in the south among all schools in the best value category so what they’re looking at there they’re comparing the overall quality of academic programs and comparing that with the average cost for an average student so the better the overall academic quality compared to the cost to the student the better value there so we’re really proud of that in providing an high quality education at a reasonable cost some more recognition there for 2020 with the US News and World Report rankings you can see those listed there I do want to take a moment to talk about our ranking with veterans we have a lot of student veterans studying here with us at Coastal Carolina University we have a lot of recently returning veterans who study with us and also quite a few veteran dependents here using their VA educational benefits if this applies to you please know that we have a veteran services office where we have military funding coordinators as well as our school starting certifying official with the VA who can help you with those benefits so I talked a little bit about our growth and how much we’ve grown over the years so where are we at currently right now we have approximately ten thousand four hundred students so that makes us a medium-size institution the majority of that number there are our undergraduate students but we have about 600 to 700 or so graduate students studying here with us I do want to add that we are a public liberal arts institution we have five academic colleges that’ll go over today and over 90 programs of study so talking a little bit further about the numbers you just heard me say we have approximately ten thousand four hundred students studying with us but what does that really mean for you as a student so when you’re on campus studying with us if you’re transferring in your first or second year your average class size is upper 20s lower 30s now if you’re transferring in your junior senior years average class sizes drop down to low 20s possibly even lower than that just depending on your major in what class you’re in we are a teaching focused institution and we pride ourselves on a personalized education you’ll see our student to faculty ratio 16:01 what I like to share is you know you heard me say I’ve been working here for five years when I started here that student of faculty ratio was eighteen to one so even though our enrollment has grown as an institution we’ve added faculty and that students of faculty ratio has dropped so I think that shows we really pride ourselves on that personalized and that teaching focus education you’ll see that percentage there 79 percent of faculty have their

doctoral or terminal degree so they have that highest level education in their field so they are subject matter experts we are now going to get into our academic colleges the first college I’ll be going over with you is our wall College of Business Administration you’ll see that accreditation stamped there AACSB that is important to know because that is the premier accreditation body for a Collegiate School of Business so that puts us at the top 5% of all Collegiate Schools of Business so it’s great to know that you have a strong College of Business backing you when you graduate majors that we have within this College you have to choose between accounting economics finance hospitality Resort and tourism management which makes sense for our region as well as marketing and management management is the largest major within this college if you’re a transfer student and you’re looking ahead at graduate programs please know that we have a Master of Business Administration as well as a master of Accountancy the next college I’ll be going over is the Spode Oni College of Education we are also nationally accredited there so what that means our graduates have the ability to teach in all states as well as some US territories although I will say we have a great relationship with our local school systems if you’re thinking about staying in this area and becoming an educator in South Carolina we have such a great relationship with our school systems we get our students out in the classrooms their first semester we call those immersion days and it really is a great hands-on learning opportunity for our students because they’re working hand in hand with teachers they’re working with Sue and I think it’s really setting up those expectations early on on what it’s like to be a future educator we also have a great placement pipeline for students who want to teach in our local school systems about 78% of our local educators are either graduates of the speedo knee college of education or they receive their licensure or recertification through coastal the different levels of education we offer we have early childhood education elementary education middle level education special education and physical education and you can see those corresponding grade levels there I want to add you’ll note that we do not have secondary education listed there so how that works at Kostal if you want to teach at the high school or the secondary level you would initially start off in the subject area that you wish to teach so English history is pretty popular one of our sciences or applied mathematics and you would get your undergraduate degree in that subject area then you would continue on in our 15-month Masters of Arts and teaching program that would give you the licensure to teach at the secondary level and again that would allow you to work in all 50 states as well as some US territories next we have our Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts this is where you’ll find more of those classic areas of study more of those liberal arts based majors such as English communication which is the largest major in this College history philosophy where you’ll find some more unique programs housed within this College we have our intelligence and national security Studies major we’re one of the largest programs and the southeast are one of the few programs in the southeast so we’ve had a lot of growth within this program we also have our visual and performing arts majors housed here such as art studio graphic design as well as our theater programs where we have a BFA and musical theater and physical theater this College has also added a few relatively new majors in the past few years you’ll see we have anthropology and geography there these students have a lot of really interesting hands-on learning opportunities even in our local area we they’ve recently added our history digital culture and design as well as languages and intercultural studies where students can focus either on Hispanic studies or multiple languages you’ll note that I said we had our visual and performing arts majors here I just want to add these students are very talented they’re always practicing their their craft honing their skills and they’re always putting on art exhibits plays musicals throughout the year so they’re definitely adding to our culture here on campus next we have our Gupta College of Science which is our largest College even though we are a liberal arts institution this houses our largest major and perhaps what we’re most well known for which is marine science we have one of the largest marine science programs on the East Coast we also have a masters and a PhD program in this area being so close to the Atlantic Ocean we’re about nine miles we are very fortunate to have a lot of hands-on learning opportunities for our students

we were fortunate enough to be gifted a piece of an uninhabited Barrier Island a few years ago that’s called wadies Island so our science majors in particular marine science can go out there their first semester with our faculty member collect samples start doing that field research because that program is really designed for you to become a scientist at the end so we also have several research vessels for our students to go on with our faculty members and conduct research so again we’re very fortunate as an institution to be able to offer those hands-on learning opportunities for our students other popular majors that we have within this College biology is one of the largest you’ll see we have computer science as well as information technology information systems I want to touch a little bit on exercise and sport science that’s one of our biggest majors as well that’s for the student who wants to look into sports medicine athletic training or maybe they’re looking ahead at occupational therapy programs or physical therapy programs after they’ve graduated other majors within this College of course can forget about the social sciences we’ve got psychology and sociology Public Health those students are definitely learning a lot and maybe being able to apply some of their skills right now in the world that we’re living in today and then last I want to touch on recreation and sport management these students have also have a lot of hands-on learning opportunities these students would work in a field maybe they want to go and work for the YMCA or the Boys and Girls Club or maybe they’re looking at working in a sports tourism in an industry running tournaments or maybe they’re looking at professional sport Siemens what are whether that’s minor league or working at the professional level or even some of those students are looking to work in possibly college athletics so lots of different opportunities there for recreation and sport management our Gupta College of Science has had a lot of growth in and of itself these past few years they have built a lot of new academic buildings they built – just a few years ago and recently renovated a third so we’re now over 250 thousand square feet of classroom space for our science majors a lot of that brand new or just recently renovated so I think our students really appreciate the newer classrooms technology lab spaces that we offer here on campus last we have our HTC Honors College and Center for interdisciplinary studies there’s a lot going on in this College so I will break that down for you so we have an Honors College for those high achieving students who have that inquiring mind and they just want to get a little bit more out of their higher education experience there are some perks to the program you’ll have priority registration there’s funding available for conferences but like I said it’s really for that high achieving student who wants to get a little bit more out of their academic experience they will be assigned with a faculty member that’s going to help align them with either research topic or help them move along to a senior performance for transfer students who are interested in the Honors College please know that there is a separate application process there is an essay required we do ask for two letters of recommendation and we’re typically looking for that transfer student to have 30 plus transferable college credits and an overall collegiate GPA of 3 seven or above moving on we have our Center for interdisciplinary studies this is for that student who knows their career pathway they know where they want to work or spend their career but we don’t traditionally offer that major here at coastal or maybe they know they need to be cross-disciplinary in their approach in order to be successful so that student is going to work very closely with an academic advisor here at coastal and essentially create their own curriculum students can get really creative here but like I said this major is really best suited for that student who ultimately knows their pathway but we don’t traditionally offer that major or they know they need to be cross-disciplinary in their approach we have our tutoring and learning centers housed in this building we’ve got a math in a reading and writing center here and then kind of on the flip side of interdisciplinary studies our true undeclared majors would start off here and you’ll work with an adviser here who knows a little bit about all majors here on campus they’re very knowledgeable they’re gonna ask you the right questions so what are your interests what are your skills what are your abilities and help you align that with a major in a career pathway here at Coastal Carolina University I’m going to touch a little bit about student life here on campus we have a very active student population we have over a hundred and sixty active student organizations on campus we strongly encourage our students to get involved on campus right away research shows students who are involved on campus are healthier happier and more likely to

graduate so no matter where you end up we hope is here but we want to make sure you get involved right away because it’s very important to your success you’ll see some of the different organizations we have here we have major base academic affiliated organizations multicultural programs Greek life which is about 15% of our student population we have faith-based organizations student government so too many to name here today you can search all of our clubs and organizations on our website just go to coastal ddu and search coastal connections that’s how you can read about all of our different active clubs and organizations and they also give you the contact information to the student leaders within that club or organization definitely going to talk a little bit about our athletic programs here at Kostal we are division 1 we have 19 division 1 teams most of our athletic teams compete in the Sun Belt Conference we’ve been very successful so far in that program men’s basketball they’ve made it mark to March Madness a few years ago our men’s soccer they’ve made it to sweet 16 in the NCAA playoffs women’s volleyball they’re amazing they want a Sun Belt championship they’ve also made it to postseason play however our biggest feather in our cap is our men’s baseball team they want a national championship the College World Series back in 2016 pretty cool to say and is over 60 years of school history you have a national championship under your belt definitely want to talk about the mascot you’ll see in that corner there that is Chauncey the Shunta clear we are based off of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales specifically the nuns presale and basically he’s a witty crafty rooster but again his name is Chauncey the Chanticleer I am now gonna get into our admissions process but first I want to talk about where we’re getting our students from and we call ourselves the teal nation so you see on that map there this is where we get the majority of our students so the darker the teal the more students we get our student breakdown 49% are South Carolinians 49% are from outside the state of South Carolina and that remaining two percentage points there would be our international students we have about 200 or so international students studying here with us our 2020 application cycle for transfer students is currently available now you can only apply through our website that’s coastal edu slash apply you’ll see we get over 15,000 applications each year for transfer students we get about 3,000 or so just for transfer student applications and then you’ll see in that corner there what what is our typical incoming fall class look like we have about 2300 freshman students starting with us in about 750 transfer students we you don’t have to transfer just for the fall semester we get about 250 or so transfer students let’s start in our spring term which starts in January and we also have transfer students starting in our summer terms so we’re accepting transfer students all year round so here are the transfer requirements that first step would be the transfer application which you can find on our website we do have a forty-five dollar application fee we do work with transfer students who may be receiving the Pell grant and we can assist you with an application fee waiver code so reach out if you think this might apply to you after you’ve applied we encourage you to have all of your official college transcripts sent directly to the university to be a competitive transfer student we’re looking for a collective collegiate GPA of a 2.0 or higher although our average transfer GPA is a 2.9 the minimum is a 2.0 and we also want to see that you’re in good academic standing at your current institution now if you have fewer than 24 transferable college credits completed you can certainly still apply to the University but just know that in addition to your collegiate transcripts we are also going to ask for your final high school transcript to be sent to the university as well as your standardized test scores such as your AC T or your SAT now if you’re 22 years old or older you’re exempt from having to send those standardized test scores but know that we will need that final high school transcript if you have under 24 transferable college credits completed I just want to touch a little bit on transcripts right now just in the time that we’re in most colleges or universities have a third-party vendor vendor where they’re sending electronic transcripts so even though they may not physically be on campus you should still be able to request for those electronic transcripts to be sent directly to Coastal Carolina University now for those high school transcripts some high schools have again an electronic service where you can have those transcripts sent electronically directly to coastal but I know that some high schools may

not have staff on campus to help fulfill high school transcript request so if you’re running into issues getting your high school transcript don’t hesitate to reach out to us let us know what’s going on we’re gonna try we’re gonna try our best to work with you if you’re having issues getting us those transcripts because we want to make sure we can give you that admissions decision as soon as possible so we are rolling admissions here at Coastal Carolina University so what that means is we’re accepting applications receiving documents and making admissions decisions year-round however we do have some priority dates not hard deadlines but these priority dates tie to our merit award consideration which I’ll talk about merit awards in just a few minutes but those priority dates for transfer students looking to start in the fall that date is June 1 so you really want to try and get everything into us by June 1 for transfer students looking to start in the spring term that begins in January please know that we’d like to get everything in by November 1 once we receive everything we need for your application your file will be complete and you’ll receive your admissions decision by mail in about three weeks once a student is admitted to the University then the office of admissions and merit awards will complete the official evaluation of your credits we will send that official transfer credit report with your acceptance packet but please know that if you’re currently still taking classes when you get us your final transcript with all of your final grades we won’t send a second letter what we’ll do is we will upload your updated transfer credit report to WebAdvisor which is your student portal here at Kostal and if you don’t know yet that’s really important but in WebAdvisor you can also see a real-time report of your transfer credit report so as we get updated transcripts we will update those credits within that system so like I said the office of admissions will complete the official evaluation of your credits and that will come in your acceptance packet so I know there’s a lot of information on this screen here about transfer credits but I wanted to make sure you had all the information today so I’m going to do my best to break this all down for you so in general in order for credit to be transferable we need to see that it’s come at a regionally accredited institution that it is an academic college-level course and that you’ve earned a letter grade of C – or better courses that typically are not transferable or anything that’s remedial or developmental or considered like a refresher course in particularly in the English and math areas any courses that are vocational or very technical those also are not transferable – Coastal Carolina please know that if you’re studying at a two-year technical or Community College those courses typically only come into coastal at the 100 100 or 200 level we are not able to award credit at the 300 400 level from a two-year school now there may be some exceptions that the academic department would make that decision on but just know through admissions if you’re transferring credit from a two-year school you would only receive that at the 100 200 level or it would come in as an elective so let’s break down how credits would transfer into the university credit would transfer in in one of three ways so say that course has the coastal equivalent so we have that parallel course so for example English 101 Composition course so you would get that coastal equivalent the second way that a course would transfer in is a departmental elective so you’ll see on the screen there that prefix is for psychology that X X X where typically a number is that X X X stands for elective so for example say you’re taking a psychology course we just don’t offer that equivalent course but certainly we have a psychology department so you would get that departmental elective the third way that of course would transfer into the university is a general elective so say we don’t offer that major at all or maybe that course is very cross-disciplinary and it doesn’t fit in one certain area that would come in as an elective and you can see on that screen there that prefix is elec which stands for elective and that X xx I want to spend some time to go over some transfer credit resource for you if you are taking classes at a South Carolina Technical College please note each year we put together something called the transfer guide and academic plan it is a PDF that has I think close to seven hundred equivalents within that guidebook so if you search transfer admission on our website and you’ll scroll down you’ll see that South Carolina Technical College guide that’s our transfer guide and academic plan now if you’re transferring within the state

of South Carolina maybe from a four-year institution or perhaps transferring from outside the state we encourage you to check out the South Carolina transfer and articulation center or st track org for short that’s really the best resource if you’re transferring within the state from a four-year institution and then just below that that website college transfer dotnet we have a lot of resources for out-of-state students from two-year or four-year institutions also you’ve heard this word before WebAdvisor again that’s your student portal we also have a real time database within WebAdvisor which tracks how we’ve evaluated credits in the past for certain institutions so you can also check there one resource a lot of students don’t know about is we offer preliminary evaluations to students even before they apply to the University so if you want to have your Checketts your credits unofficially evaluated before you apply then you can email your transcripts they can be unofficial so you can email those two credits at Kostal edu as we’re getting into a high volume season for transfer students we do ask for a two to three week turnaround time if you would like that unofficial evaluation but I think it’s a great resource that we offer finally I want to touch on the university catalog as a transfer student you should get very familiar with this this is the resource that houses all of the curriculums for all of our majors you can read all of the degree requirements you can read all of the courses or the options that you have to take within those courses and read those course descriptions so I think that’s a really great resource if you’re planning ahead and you’re trying to pick out prerequisite courses that you can take before you transfer over so that University catalog so you can just search that on our website now for students who are earning an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science or a Bachelors of Arts or a Bachelors of Science from a regionally accredited institution you’ll be eligible for the core curriculum exemption the core curriculum is our liberal arts foundation that all students must satisfy so again if you have those certain credentials from a regionally accredited institution our core curriculum will be automatically waived and you’ll be able to focus on your graduation requirement your foundation courses courses which are like your prerequisites for your majors and your major coursework so that’s the smoothest transition that you can make as a transfer student now below you’ll see that core curriculum petition so what is that exactly so we know that students especially those that are studying at a four-year institution you’re taking specific classes towards that institutions graduation requirements so we may not offer that equivalent course or you may have different requirements in your general education requirements so maybe those courses won’t come in as a coastal equivalent but we know that you’ve taken an artistic expression we know that you’ve taken a scientific expression course or a critical thinking course so even if that course doesn’t come in as a coastal equivalent our academic advisors are trained to spot those courses and say you’ve said of satisfied this knowledge area so we’ll complete a petition so that this course can apply to our degree requirements it’s basically our way of having your credits not just transfer to the University but we want those to transfer and apply to our degree requirements as best that we can we’re going to talk about the current cost of attendance here for in-state and out-of-state students so you’ll see that tuition right there the housing and meal plan is based on the most common housing option and meal plan option for transfer students so I’ll talk about that a little more in a few minutes please know the tuition rate is based on the current academic year the 2020 2021 tuition rates will be posted early to mid summer so please stay tuned to our website for those 2020 2021 tuition rates we understand that college is certainly an investment for you and your families 86% of our students receive financial aid or scholarships last year that total to about a hundred fifty million dollars we encourage all students to complete the FAFSA that is free you should know that by now but please don’t pay for that the website there is fafsa.gov the twenty twenty one FAFSA was available in October one so if you’re looking to transfer this summer or this fall you really need to go ahead and get that FAFSA submitted now if you’re looking ahead at a twenty twenty one cycle know that that’ll open back up on October 1 once a student is admitted they’ll be considered for a merit award so I’ll talk about that in just a few minutes but I do want to touch on other scholarships there so you’ll see it highlighted in bronze the Phi Theta Kappa scholarship a lot of students

don’t know that we offer this but this is for someone transferring from a two-year institution whose active in their Phi Theta Kappa which is the National Honor Society for technical or community colleges to be considered for that Phi Theta Kappa scholarship we need to see that you’re an active member on your transcript and if your offer that’s that award it’s an additional 10% off of tuition which you can actually stack on top of a merit award for our visual and performing arts majors as well as our PGM students we do offer merit awards there and then you’ll see that last note there those application based scholarships so essentially this is where someone has gifted donation to the University and they’ve designated where they like those funds to go so students once they’re admitted they can look at all of the application based scholarships and apply for those individually unfortunately that cycle has ended this year but please know that the application based scholarships open up each year so beginning in October this fall that will open up and there’s two cycles so please keep an eye on WebAdvisor you can apply for those application based scholarships there as well as through the financial aid and scholarships website all right so I know there’s a lot of information on this screen this is our merit award information so I will break this down for you essentially merit awards are additional monies based on your academics once a student is admitted to the University they are automatically considered for those merit awards so you do not have to apply separately for those awards if you’re offering a merit award that typically comes a few weeks by mail after an acceptance packet is received so for our transfer students in general we’re looking for 30 or more transferable college credits and a collective collegiately of a 2.9 and above we have three different tiers that I’ll go over with you so our lowest here which is 15% off of tuition that’s level 3 you must have a 2.9 to a 3.24 with that 30 plus transferable hours for our second tier level 2 which is 20% off of tuition again we’re looking for 30-plus transferable credits with a collective collegiate GPA of a three point two five to a three point four nine now our highest tier tier one or level one which is 25% off of tuition we’re looking again at that 30 plus transferrable credits with a collective collegio GPA of a 3.5 to a 4.0 what’s great about merit awards is they are renewable as you move forward at the institution historically you need to maintain 30 credits a year and average a 3.0 GPA to continue to receive that award all right now I’m going to spend a few minutes and talk about the enrollment process hopefully a lot of students out there today are admitted are already enrolled with the university so I want to definitely clarify those enrollment steps or those next steps for you so once a student has been admitted to the University and they decide Coastal’s the right fit for them and they want to join the TEL nation that first step is that $100 enrollment deposit students can pay that through their WebAdvisor or they can always call the Office of Admissions and merit awards and pay that by phone the $100 is a prepayment towards tuition and that is what moves you to student status so that’s that first step after you’ve enrolled you can apply for housing which I’ll talk about that requirement for transfer students in just a few moments the housing application is 150 dollars 100 of that goes towards your housing bill but 50 of that is that application fee the housing application is called my coastal home in the earliest that you can start that application is 24 to 48 hours after you’ve paid that enrollment deposit which was step 1 there the third piece would be to register for orientation we do have an orientation requirement for all of our students as you probably know by now there’s been an announcement this week about the changes to our summer orientation programs they’re calling it now the new shot experience and it is a five phase program that is a hybrid program so the first four phases would be completed online or electronically and then that last component phase 5 is where that in-person component will be held we are moving up our move-in date for new students so that in-person component for students will be held raped one move-in begins and then that will also tie in to our C NotI weekend which is all of our Welcome weekend but welcome weekend events where we welcome new students to campus and really get them acclimated to campus and want to make sure they’re successful when they start so like I said a lot of that has been rolled out this week if you have any questions you’ll see the link there to the orientation website we’re also directing all of those questions about orientation to our campus partner the new student and family programs office so you’ll see

their phone number and email address there so please direct your questions about orientation to our campus partners alright next I’m going to talk about the housing here for transfer students so we have about 4,600 students who live on our campus we have a first and second-year housing requirement for all our students so how that works for transfer students if you are transferring to coastal within two years of graduating high school then you’re required to stay in coastal housing until you’ve met that two-year requirement now there are some exceptions exceptions such as you’re a local student living with your parent or guardian within 50 miles of campus if you’re married if you’re a veteran if you have dependents so there are some exceptions but again that housing requirement for transfer students if you are transferring to coastal within two years of graduating high school then you’re required to stay in coastal housing typically our transfer students are housed off main campus and something that we call University Place which is our apartment style housing they’re a great first-year apartment for our students they are fully furnished there are singles and doubles full kitchen washer and dryer in the unit what’s great is that it’s owned by coastal so you’re going to have a Resident Advisor in your building as well as a community coordinator which is a full-time professional staff member there as well there’s security over there there’s a dining facility as well as some recreational spaces there but that’s again University Place that’s typically where our transfer students are housed now I said there is a two-year housing requirement so say you’re transferring to coastal and it’s been longer than two years since you graduated high school you are certainly welcome to apply for housing as an upperclassmen we just can’t guarantee it for those students but I will say we typically do not run out of housing for our upperclassmen or our transfer students and I know you should be on campus checking out all of our housing options today but so I wanted to list that link where you can go and check out our living options we have a video there right at the top of the screen and if you scroll to about the two-minute mark that’s where you’ll see all of our transfer housing options such as University Place and then there’s also a smaller option called the gardens which is on main campus so that’s also an option too so definitely check out that video since we can’t unfortunately have you on campus right now to check out all of our housing options all right so that’s pretty much everything that I wanted to share with you today I know I may have missed something so again please know we are open we are operational so if you have any questions don’t hesitate to reach out to us you’ll see my name there I am transfer counselor and I work specifically with students whose last names are a through ears II I also work with our completion program students such as nursing Health Administration as well as our marketing online and hospitality and Resort tourism management online my colleague there Shea Godwin he’s a transfer counselor who works with students last names F through R and he also works with our student veterans so you can see his contact information there and then last but not least our next transfer counselor we have miss Jenna ronzo she works with last names s through Z she also works with prospective students so if you haven’t applied yet you have some questions even if it’s about 2020 2021 2020 to go ahead and reach out to Jenna you can see her contact information we also have a general transfer email if you’re not sure where to direct your questions so that’s transfer at Kostal edu and I just want to finish up if you haven’t had a chance to visit our campus I encourage you to use that CC you visit hashtag because we have students who’ve posted over three thousand photos of their campus visit and if you go to coastal edu slash visit visit you’ll also see some information there about virtual tours and watching our Monday through Friday pre tour experience which begins at 9:30 a.m. where we’ll give a live presentation about campus and we’ll take you out on a virtual tour so I thank you for your time today and again I hope you stay safe healthy and happy go shots