You’re considered a transfer student for admission purposes if you have attended college after the summer following high school graduation. There are no credit minimums or course requirements to be eligible to transfer.
STARTING IN THE SPRING?
The application priority date is November 15.
STARTING IN SUMMER OR FALL?
The application priority date is July 15.
After you’re admitted, we’ll create a transfer credit report that details exactly how your coursework will transfer to WSU.
Questions? Contact your personal admission counselor
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Appointments are available for any prospective WSU student with transfer credit, including Running Start and other dual credit sources.
I love it here. I joined two clubs and a sorority, and I feel like I’m doing much better academically than when I was back at home. I feel welcome and part of a community.
Use the transfer course search tool to see how classes from other colleges transfer to WSU and track progress toward your WSU degree. transfercredit.wsu.edu/tools/
With WSU’s University Common Requirements, you’ll learn the skills you need to think critically and creatively while making decisions and judgment calls throughout your life and career. The backbone of a WSU bachelor’s degree, all Cougs share these requirements in addition to their major. ucore.wsu.edu
In the process of earning a degree? See how it could transfer toward UCORE. https://transfercredit.wsu.edu/transferring-a-degree/
To learn about specific admission to major requirements, prerequisites, and scholarship opportunities unique to your major, visit your academic department’s website. academics.wsu.edu
Appointments are available for any prospective WSU student with transfer credit, including Running Start and other dual credit sources. futurecoug.wsu.edu/portal/transfer
WSU accepts transfer degrees from almost every state, and credits can be evaluated on a course-by-course basis to determine equivalency. View direct transfer agreements, the WICHE Interstate Passport and more at transfercredit.wsu.edu/transferring-a-degree
WSU is a great place to be yourself. I haven’t met a single person who wasn’t willing to help me, whether I knew them or not.
How will your associate’s degree from a Washington community college meet WSU graduation requirements?
Types of Transfer Degrees
Washington State Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) associate’s degree: Satisfies lower-division UCORE (general education) and grants junior standing. This includes DTA-Major Related Programs degrees.
Washington State associate in science-transfer (AS-T) degree: Satisfies most of lower-division UCORE, grants junior standing, and incorporates STEM-related major requirements.
Out-of-State transfer degrees: May satisfy lower-division UCORE if general education framework approximates UCORE.
Other degrees: Evaluation on a course-by-course basis only.
Transfer courses will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis to fulfill University Common Requirements (UCORE), major requirements, or elective credits. If you have not completed a degree, we can help you complete it with WSU courses via reverse transfer.
Admission to WSU is not admission to your intended major. Contact our Transfer Center and we will work with you to get you ready for your major. firstname.lastname@example.org | 509-335-8704.
WSU is a Tier I research university, among fewer than 3% of U.S. universities that qualify for the Carnegie Foundation’s “very high research activity” classification.
Our award-winning faculty will guide you through research opportunities, fieldwork, internships and in-depth labs that inspire you to explore and innovate in your field.
Amazon, Boeing, Deloitte, Google and Microsoft are some of the top employers of WSU graduates, and Cougar alumni span all 50 states and 146 countries.
$369.3 MILLION in total research expenditures in 2019 (National Science Foundation)
$230 MILLION in awards granted to WSU researchers in 2019
All 6 campuses and 11 colleges involved in research
Research isn’t just lab coats and gloves. It’s about making new contributions and advancing knowledge in your field. At WSU, undergraduate research opportunities are available in all majors and disciplines, guided by mentors who are experts in their fields. You can gain professional experience and communication skills while testing out a career.
I left the airport with only $264 in my pocket. I had to calculate for the next few weeks how to survive. And now here I am, a few steps from graduating from WSU. If I made it, so can you.
Looking for a challenge? Through an enriched curriculum, mentoring by expert faculty, undergraduate research and study abroad programs, the Honors College provides students the opportunity to challenge themselves in an engaged academic community. Students in any major can participate in the Honors College.
Continuing your education pays off. On average, a bachelor’s degree brings $1.6 million more than a high school diploma in lifetime earnings. The average mid-career salary for WSU graduates with a bachelor’s degree is $110,100, ranked among the top 16% of 4-year universities in the U.S. (PayScale College Salary Report 2020-21)
Financial Aid Estimator and Net Price Calculator: Learn how much financial aid you could qualify for at WSU and determine your estimated net costs, including tuition, housing and more. financialaid.wsu.edu/aid-estimator
Cougar Money Matters: Get financial planning advice and tools to help continue your education. cougarmoneymatters.wsu.edu
Use our scholarship search engine (and outside sources, too) to find awards you can apply for. We’ll add scholarships from any source to the financial aid WSU offers you!
Working part time while getting your education at WSU is possible. There are hundreds of student-friendly jobs in the Pullman area, both on campus and off, including internships and work-study offerings.
Every year, Cougs donate more than 85,000 hours of service to the community as volunteers, leaders in student organizations, peer tutors and powerful role models. We aren’t afraid to roll up our sleeves and lead the way. With the help of our specially trained advisors, you’ll stay on track to earn a degree that can open career doors around the world.
I’m a 4th Generation Coug, so when I visited Pullman I fell in love with the campus and knew WSU was where I wanted to be for the next three years. I’ve become a better student and a better person here.
Supercharge your WSU experience! In the UNIV 304 Transfer Seminar, you’ll get connected with campus resources, service learning, research opportunities, and advising support.
Plan ahead! Connect with your admissions counselor today. We can help you develop an efficient path to graduation. transfer.wsu.edu
Want to know how other Cougs get involved? Read personal stories about leadership, engagement and event participation from Cougs just like you. cougexperience.studentaffairs.wsu.edu
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Find guidance and community support from your multicultural peers with our Academic Enrichment Center and mentoring programs.
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All WSU students complete a writing portfolio upon reaching 60 semester credits (usually before the end of their junior year) as a graduation requirement. Keep copies of your current coursework. You can include original, graded papers from any college course in your portfolio.