• Students who have completed at least 24 semester credits after high school graduation at a nationally accredited college or university with a 2.4 GPA or greater will generally be admitted. If your cumulative college GPA is between 2.2 and 2.39, a transfer specialist will conduct a personal interview and review your application.
• Students with fewer than 24 semester credits completed must also submit a final high school transcript and ACT score (WSU school code: 2162). If you have an 18 ACT or higher and were in the top half of your graduating class; or, if you were in the top two-thirds of your class with a 21 or higher ACT, you will generally be admitted as long as your transfer GPA is 2.4 or higher.
Please note that admission to WSU does not guarantee admission into a specific major or program. Be sure to check the appropriate WSU academic department website for specific deadlines and policy for admission into your program of interest.