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Transfer Students

Waynesburg University welcomes transfer applicants. To be considered for admission as a transfer applicant at Waynesburg University, prospective students should have competed twelve credit hours of non-remedial coursework at an accredited institution(s) and have successfully completed high school or obtained a GED. Transfer applicants must be eligible to re-enroll at all prior institutions. Prospective students with less than twelve completed credit hours will be considered freshmen applicants and will be required to submit all requisite application materials mentioned in the Admission Procedures above. Transfer applicants are exempted from Admission Procedures requirement number three as listed above (Testing Programs), but should follow all other procedures outlined in the Admission Procedures.

Transfer courses are evaluated on an individual basis, unless specified in an official Articulation Agreement with another institution. Courses similar to those offered in the Waynesburg University Academic Catalog and graded C- and above are accepted. Validation of prior learning may be required (see Validation of Credit Policy). Associate degrees awarded by institutions will be examined individually.

Students who are considering submission of a transfer application may request a preliminary review concerning transferability of credits from the Registrar. Students who intend to enroll at a community college and then transfer to Waynesburg University may request and receive from the Registrar's Office an evaluation of the credits which would be transferred from a planned program of courses which has not yet been taken. The University may make changes it deems necessary to adjust the course of study to the qualifications shown by individual students.

Transfer students should refer to the Requirements for Graduation section for more information.

Please note: Scholarship requirements and conditions for transfer students can be found in the Financial Aid section.