Whether you are attending a community college or another four-year institution, the admissions counselors at WSU Vancouver can help you determine how your college work will transfer.
Contact an admissions counselor to learn more about:
- Transfer credit equivalencies
- Transfer Credit Report (TCR)
- Programs that produce college credit
- Transfer Credit Pathways
Transferring from a community college? Here are a few things to know:
Washington community college students
Direct Transfer Agreement
If you have earned the approved transfer associate degree from a Washington community college (Direct Transfer Agreement, or DTA), you will generally be granted junior standing at WSU with all lower-division UCORE requirements met.
Associate of Science Transfer
If you have earned the Associate of Science Transfer (AST) degree from a Washington community college, you will be granted junior standing at WSU with partial lower-division UCORE requirements met.
Oregon community college students
Associate of Arts Oregon
The Associate of Arts Oregon transfer degree (AAOT) from an Oregon community college and certain approved associate's degrees from Arizona, California, Hawaii and Idaho guarantee completion of the lower-division UCORE requirements but not junior standing or 60 semester credits.
Course-by-course transfer credit
If you hold a degree from a community college in another state or a degree other than the approved transfer degree, you will be granted credit on a course-by-course basis.
You do not need to have completed a degree to transfer
Remember, you do not need to have completed a degree in order to transfer to WSU Vancouver. Contact an admissions counselor to review your transferable coursework.