Transfer Admission Requirements Fall 2019
Transfer Admission Guidelines
All applications receive a comprehensive review. Academic preparation and success are the primary considerations for admission, although nonacademic factors are also considered. Academic factors include GPA, intended major, and trend in grades. Nonacademic factors include student experience, work experience, leadership qualities, status as a nontraditional student, status as a veteran, or diversity in personal background or experience. Typically a minimum GPA of 2.0 will be expected for admission consideration.
Some admission preference may be given to UW Colleges transfer students with an Associate Degree
Other Guidelines for Admission Consideration
A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA is required for admission.
This GPA is the minimum for consideration and does not guarantee admission. In some cases, the GPA may be acceptable for admission to the campus without guaranteeing admission to the major.
Minimum GPA Requirements for Admission Consideration to Specific Majors
The following list shows majors and corresponding minimum GPA requirements that exceed the minimum for admission to the campus.
|2.75||Health Care Administration|
|2.75||Kinesiology—all areas of emphasis|
|3.00||Nursing (A GPA of 3.5 or greater is typical to be a strong candidate for admission.)|
Contact the admissions office for more detailed information about course sequence, GPA, and other admission requirements.
Credit and Other Requirements for Admission Consideration
Should have a minimum of 24-semester credits. Students with fewer credits should meet the freshman admission guidelines (see current catalog).
Anticipated Application Deadlines/Priority Dates
Accepting applications: September 1, 2018.
Priority date: March 1, 2019
Will admit until full.
Priority Registration: April 8–May 6, 2019
All admitted transfers who have paid their enrollment deposit and received academic advising are eligible to register with continuing students. Date determined based on the number of earned credits.
Admission requirements and dates may be modified because of changing enrollment demands.
Special Note for UW System Transfer Applicants
The UW System undergraduate transfer policy states that priority for admission will be given to two-year branch campuses, transfers, and other UW System transfers from campuses where a major is not available, subject to the limits of a campus’s enrollment target. All UW System campuses have Guaranteed Transfer agreements with the two-year branch campuses. Students admitted under these agreements should follow the requirements of the agreement. The stipulations of these agreements are not included in this listing.