Welcome! As a transfer student, you’re among friends. The majority of WSU Vancouver students have transferred from another school.
WSU Vancouver accepts qualified applicants on a first-come, first-served basis. Online applications are encouraged—and you’ll get results faster.
- You have attended college since graduating from high school (not including the summer immediately following high school graduation)
Does this sound like you? If not, check our full list of applicant categories.
To be eligible for admission, you must have a qualifying college grade-point average of 2.5 and at least 27 semester (40 quarter) hours of transferable college credit.
- If you have fewer hours, you must also meet the freshman admission requirements.
- If you have a lower GPA, your record will be reviewed to determine eligibility.
- For priority consideration, submit your admission application by Jan. 31 for fall semester and Nov. 15 for spring. Later applications are accepted if space is available. If you decide to attend at a different time, you’ll have to re-apply.
If you earned your college credit in high school through Running Start or as part of your high school completion, follow the steps for freshman admission.
1. Apply for admission
Submit the transfer admission application and pay the $50 application fee.
2. Send official transcripts
Have your official transcripts from all colleges and universities sent to:
WSU Vancouver Office of Admissions
14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave.
Vancouver, WA, USA 98686
Please note: When ordering an electronic transcript from a school that partners with e-Script Safe, National Student Clearinghouse or Parchment, do not enter an email address. The partner agency will send us your transcript directly.
If your school does not partner with one of the listed agencies, request that your school mail a sealed official transcript to the address above.
3. Send requested items
Additional items will be requested if you have fewer than 27 semester (40 quarter) hours of transferable credits or a grade point average lower than 2.5.
"I served in the U.S. Navy and transferred to WSU after earning my associate's degree. I wanted to come to WSU Vancouver because it is close to home. WSU Vancouver has great people, a convenient location and awesome professors! I am majoring in electrical engineering with a minor in math. After graduation, my goal is to work as an engineer for the Department of Energy."
—Patricia Bellamy, B.S., electrical engineering '17