Below you will find the most frequently asked questions about transferring to EWU.
Yes! You can apply for admission until Eastern closes the application window in the summer.
EWU's SAT school code: 4301
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That depends. Are you starting early? Have you contacted us with your questions? If you're doing these things, you'll be fine.
On the other hand, if you put off preparing for transfer until the last minute, the process may seem overwhelming.
A successful transfer will require some regular effort on your part. Start planning for transfer as early as possible. Begin by working with advisors at both your current school and any schools that you are considering transferring to. Working together, you should be able to break the transfer process into easily manageable parts.
Eastern currently participates in transfer agreements with all community colleges in Washington and Oregon and specific community colleges in Idaho and Montana. Graduates of these colleges who complete the approved Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA or AAOT) degree satisfy the general education core requirements and are admitted to Eastern with junior standing.
Your college transcripts will be evaluated on a course by course basis to see if an equivalent Eastern course exists. This evaluation will determine which General Education Core Requirements have been fulfilled along with which classes will count towards a specific major or as electives.
For your credits to transfer, your technical college must be regionally accredited, and Eastern has to offer equivalent courses.
Most credits from technical colleges do not transfer to Eastern Washington University. You can learn more by using the transfer guide. If you have specific questions regarding transferability of courses, contact the Office of Admissions at 509.359.2397.
Contact the Admissions Office at 509.359.2397 and speak with the credential evaluator who performed your transfer evaluation. For classes outside of Eastern's GECRs, you would contact the specific department for clarification. Remember, developmental or remedial courses typically will not transfer.
To convert semester credits to quarter credits, multiply semester credits by 1.5.
2 semester credits x 1.5 = 3 quarter credits
3 semester credits x 1.5 = 4.5 quarter credits
Use the priority application deadlines to start your transfer planning.
- Fall Quarter: Feb. 15
- Winter Quarter: Oct. 15
- Spring Quarter: Feb. 15
- Summer Quarter: Feb. 15
Remember, you must have an official college transcript sent directly from the institution where you completed your courses. If you transferred multiple times, you will need official transcripts from each institution. It can take colleges six to eight weeks to deliver transcripts, so make sure you request your transcripts early.
You can't set up an appointment with an academic adviser until you've confirmed your admission. Until you confirm, your best bet is to contact an admissions adviser at 509.359.2397.
If you've already confirmed your admissions and you have a major picked out, you can contact your academic department to make an appointment. If you've confirmed your admission but don't know what your major will be, you can call General Undergraduate Academic Advising at 509.359.2345.
Applying to a specific academic major is a separate process than applying to Eastern. You can contact the academic program you are interested in and find out how the process works for applying to that major. A list of all academic departments can be found here.
Some majors require prerequisite courses or a minimum GPA for declaration and admission to the program. You can check Eastern's online Catalog for specific major information. If you have unanswered questions, you should contact the specific department.
We only use the GPA from your transferrable courses. For example, EWU doesn't accept transfer credit for remedial math. If you took remedial math, that grade would not be factored into your transfer GPA.
Definitely. The transfer guide provides information about classes that have transferred to EWU in the past.
Yes. If you choose to do this, you will need to submit a transcript from the community college after completion of the additional classes.
Typically yes, provided the student athlete meets NCAA eligibility requirements.
You should know that athletic eligibility can be very complicated. How complicated? Let's just say that filing taxes might be easier. To make sure you don't overlook part of the process, speak to officials in the athletic department at your current college and with your future coach at EWU.
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