Transfer to WSU
If you’re looking for a change or ready to continue your journey, it’s time to transfer to WSU.
Not to mention all the natural beauty between bluffs and the river that make the Warrior life so much sweeter.
International students have a unique application process for transferring to WSU.
Adult students are admitted to WSU through the Adult Entry Process.
Find Your Major
First things first, make sure WSU has the academic program you’re looking for. With over 80 majors and minors, it’s pretty likely that we do.
And many of those programs are flexible with your schedule, offering online, hybrid and evening classes.
Plus, the Transfer Pathways programs make it easy for you to move seamlessly from a two-year college to WSU.
Continue your bachelor’s degree with confidence that you’re on the right path.
Apply to WSU
Applying to WSU is so easy that you can be on your way to becoming a Warrior in just minutes.
There’s no essay, and your transcripts from any Minnesota State institutions are automatically pulled in.
Meet any Program Requirements
Getting accepted to WSU doesn’t always mean you’re accepted into your academic program.
Some programs have extra requirements before you can take courses in those majors.
Check with the academic department to see if there are any program requirements.
Transfer Your Credits
Let’s pop the question: Will your credits transfer?
The answer is yes, a thousand times yes.
Don’t worry about getting an official transcript evaluation. The WSU Admissions team always evaluates your credits when you are accepted.
You can use Transferology to get a sense of how your credits transfer to WSU. This is a free resource available 24/7.
Ready, Set, Register
Watch your email for an invitation to Transfer Registration Day based on your chosen program and campus location.
After this event, you’ll be all set up for your first semester at WSU.
Questions about Transferring to WSU?
If you have questions about the admission process or transferring credits, feel free to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org .
A transfer specialist will help you understand where your application is at and your next steps.