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. You’ll learn about:
- Transfer credit equivalencies
- Reading your Degree Audit Report (DARS) (via myWSU)
- Programs that produce college credit
Transferring from a community college?
Here are a few things to know:
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.