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Welcome Students & Graduates

Community College Partner Graduate Benefits of Transferring

As a graduate, you will benefit greatly from your previous college education credits through our generous transfer policy. You will also benefit from WGU's competency-based approach to education by utilizing your prior knowledge and skills throughout the duration of your program. We’ve developed, in partnership with your institution, Transfer Pathways, which can be accessed by clicking on your program of interest in the next section.

Transfer Pathways

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Currently, we don't have any Transfer Pathways available within the {{institution.Name}}. If you are interested in WGU programs, please click on the links below, under Degree and Programs, or contact our Enrollment department for more information. To contact our Enrollment, simply call the number listed in the upper-left corner of the page.

WGU Degree Programs

WGU {{state.State}} is a nonprofit online university offering you a convenient, flexible and affordable education online. Our challenging degree programs are designed by industry experts specifically for the demands of employers, providing you with the enhanced job skills and know-how necessary to be successful in the career of your choice.

Admissions

WGU {{state.State}} opens its admissions to as many students as possible who have the capacity and determination to complete a rigorous online degree program. Yet, WGU {{state.State}} is not for everyone. Our standards are high, and so is our commitment to providing a challenging, cost-effective way for hard-working adults like you to finish your degree and move ahead. As a graduate from {{institution.Name}}, we hope you will consider WGU {{state.State}} when choosing to complete your bachelor's or master's degree.

WGU {{state.State}} is a smarter way for you to finish your degree online. WGU {{state.State}} offers regionally accredited degrees in business, information technology, teacher education, and health professions, including nursing. WGU {{state.State}} also has national accreditation by NCATE in our teacher education, and CCNE* in our nursing degree programs. Our online degree programs are designed for working adults like you who will be able to leverage their associate's degree and finish a bachelor's degree faster.

*Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (One DuPont Circle, NW, Suite 530, {{state.State}}, DC 20036, 202-887-6791)

A Generous Credit Transfer Policy

Benefit from What You Know

WGU {{state.State}}'s competency-based approach to education lets you take advantage of your knowledge and skills, regardless of how you learned them. If you've taken courses or received a degree from another college or university, you're probably wondering what will transfer into a WGU program.

General Transfer Guidelines

For undergraduate programs, a personal evaluation of your transcripts from prior colleges will be needed to determine whether you will be able to clear any degree requirements. See below for more specific guidelines.

WGU {{state.State}} does not accept transfer credit at the graduate (master's) level. (Transcripts are still required for proof of completion of a bachelor's degree.)

WGU {{state.State}} will not complete unofficial transcript evaluations. Speak to an Enrollment Counselor to get a generalized idea of what you might be able to transfer. You will be required to submit official copies of your transcripts for an official evaluation.

To have an official transcript evaluation completed for you, you will need to complete the online application form and pay the application fee.

Taken Some Courses or Completed Your Degree?

If you hold an Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS) degree or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) from an institution that is recognized as nationally or regionally accredited by the U.S. Department of Education, you should clear most of the lower-division general education requirements for a bachelor's degree in Business or Information Technology. For Health Professions and Teachers College programs, a course-by-course evaluation is typically required. See a list of USDE-recognized national and regional accrediting agencies.

If you earned an A.A.S. (or other applied associate's degree), you may be able to clear a significant portion of WGU {{state.State}}'s lower-division degree requirements.

If you have completed college courses but not earned a degree of any type, you may also be able to clear some degree requirements through a course-by-course transcript evaluation.

A Generous Credit Transfer Policy

Benefit from What You Know

WGU {{state.State}}'s competency-based approach to education lets you take advantage of your knowledge and skills, regardless of how you learned them. If you've taken courses or received a degree from another college or university, you're probably wondering what will transfer into a WGU program.

General Transfer Guidelines

For undergraduate programs, a personal evaluation of your transcripts from prior colleges will be needed to determine whether you will be able to clear any degree requirements. See below for more specific guidelines.

WGU {{state.State}} does not accept transfer credit at the graduate (master's) level. (Transcripts are still required for proof of completion of a bachelor's degree.)

WGU {{state.State}} will not complete unofficial transcript evaluations. Speak to an Enrollment Counselor to get a generalized idea of what you might be able to transfer. You will be required to submit official copies of your transcripts for an official evaluation.

To have an official transcript evaluation completed for you, you will need to complete the online application form and pay the application fee.

Taken Some Courses or Completed Your Degree?

If you hold an Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS) degree or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) from an institution that is recognized as nationally or regionally accredited by the U.S. Department of Education, you should clear most of the lower-division general education requirements for a bachelor's degree in Business or Information Technology. For Health Professions and Teachers College programs, a course-by-course evaluation is typically required. See a list of USDE-recognized national and regional accrediting agencies.

If you earned an A.A.S. (or other applied associate's degree), you may be able to clear a significant portion of WGU {{state.State}}'s lower-division degree requirements.

If you have completed college courses but not earned a degree of any type, you may also be able to clear some degree requirements through a course-by-course transcript evaluation.

Did you transfer to WGU {{state.State}} before you completed your associate's degree?

WGU {{state.State}} strongly encourages {{institution.Name}} students to complete their associate's degree before transferring to a four-year institution. As a transfer student with an earned associate's degree, you will benefit from our generous Transfer Pathways found in the section below.

If you did transfer to WGU {{state.State}} before completing your associate's degree, you may qualify to still earn your associate's degree from {{institution.Name}} through reverse articulation.

Reverse articulation is the process by which transfer students enrolled at WGU {{state.State}} transfer credits back to {{institution.Name}} for the purpose of attaining a degree, diploma, or certification from the community college.

Current WGU {{state.State}} students interested in this opportunity should complete the following form:

Reverse Articulation Application Form