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Peabody College Letter

You have indicated an interest in pursuing an intra-university transfer to Peabody College. Because your application will not be considered until grades for the current semester are available, please pre-register through the school in which you are currently enrolled.

Peabody faculty and staff will be available to answer questions about Peabody Student Services, degree requirements, and registration for the following semester. Students wanting to transfer to the following Peabody majors should contact the following individuals for advisement and program information:

Child Development:

Professor Leigh Wadsworth - Director of Undergraduate Studies, 107A Jesup. 615-322-5566

Child Studies:

Professor Leigh Wadsworth- Director of Undergraduate Studies, 107A Jesup. 615-322-5566

Cognitive Studies:

Professor Leigh Wadsworth - Director of Undergraduate Studies, 107A Jesup.615-322-5566

Early Childhood Education:

Professor Catherine McTamaney - Director of Undergraduate Studies, 240 Wyatt. 615-322-8100

Elementary Education:

Professor Catherine McTamaney - Director of Undergraduate Studies, 240 Wyatt. 615-322-8100

H&OD:

Vicki Scalf, Undergraduate Program Coordinator, 104 Mayborn, 615-322-8495

Secondary Education:

Professor Catherine McTamaney - Director of Undergraduate Studies, 240 Wyatt.615-322-8100

Special Education:

Professor Andrea Capizzi - Director of Undergraduate Study, 302 MRL Bldg. 615-322-8280

Your application for intra-university transfer is to include a written statement in which you indicate your reasons for seeking transfer. Please use the space provided on the back of the application form for your statement. You will be eligible for intra-university transfer when you have met the appropriate credit hour and grade point average requirements as indicated below:
  • A student who has been in residence for two semesters is to have a minimum of 24 hours and a cumulative grade point average of 1.800.
  • A student who has been in residence for three semesters is to have a minimum of 39 hours and a cumulative grade point average of 1.850.
  • A student who has been in residence for four semesters is to have a minimum of 54 hours and a cumulative grade point average of 1.900.
  • A student who has transferred to Vanderbilt from another institution is eligible for intra-university transfer after having completed one semester in residence and having achieved sophomore standing.
Transferring from one school to another within the university may affect financial aid. If you should require financial assistance as a result of transferring from your current school to another, please contact the Office of Financial Aid, 615-322-3591.