How it Works
Have you earned college-level credits that you want to apply towards a WSU degree? If yes, then you have come to the right place.
Prospective students with transfer credit:
Connect with the Transfer Center for a one-on-one appointment here.
Transfer advisors and partners:
Sign up for WSU transfer news and updates here.
A transfer-friendly university
We will assist you with the admissions process, understanding how your credit transfers and how it may apply to intended degree programs, while also providing you with information about transitional resources to support your goals.
Transfer Your Credits
Utilize WSU Transfer Course Search Tool, which has more than 400,000 equivalencies from 4,000+ institutions, to learn how your credits transfer. Please connect with your WSU admissions team for guidance.
The Transfer Center for Policy & Resources provides information and tools regarding transfer credit policies including, transferable degrees, WSU’s enhanced reverse transfer process, credit by exam and other sources of credit, and transfer student resources. Learn more by visiting transfercredit.wsu.edu.
Already admitted to WSU? Here are steps to help you access your myWSU Transfer Credit Report.
- How to use the search tool
- Not finding your course? Complete this form.
- Connect with your admissions team
- How to submit transcripts to WSU
A Pathway to Affordable Education
Kelly Ngigi moved from Birmingham, Alabama, to Seattle just a few weeks after graduating from high school but she wasn’t committed to going to college just yet. So she took classes at Highline College before transferring to WSU.
Please contact Student Financial Services for guidance on financial aid and scholarships.
I had every intention to transfer to a university out of state, but what drew me to stay in the state was the financial aspect. I visited WSU for the transfer orientation session and it really changed my perspective. I loved the support they were offering to students.
– KELLY NGIGI (’20 Psychology)
Connect with Your Campus Admissions Team
Use the new Future Coug tool to find your personal WSU admission counselor or contact a WSU campus below.
You’re considered an international student if you are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and you require a visa to study in the U.S. International students interested in any WSU campus should contact the International Admissions staff or visit the Future International Students website.