Eastern Washington University is one of the best transfer schools in the country. Nearly 1,200 transfer students choose EWU each year, and this doesn't include the hundreds of incoming freshman who transfer credits from colleges and unversities throughout the United States.
Our Transfer Center focuses solely on helping transfer students get the most out of their education and transfer experience, and EWU has developed the state's most thorough and innovative transfer programs and articulation agreements. It's safe to say you're in good hands here.
If you're a transfer student, you'll want to make sure you know the types of transfer credits that EWU accepts. You might have more transfer credits than you think.
Use the Transfer Guide to discover which of your classes EWU accepts.
If you've identified your future major at EWU, you probably know you'll need to take a particular course or two as a prerequisite. The Transfer Guide can help you find the equivalent course at your current college.
After you send us your official transcripts and before your first advising appointment, EWU will perform a transfer credit evaluation and determine which of your credits will transfer.
Remember: your transfer credit evaluation is a very complex process, especially if you've got a few months before you're ready to start at EWU or if have transfer credits from several schools. We take time to make sure we your perform your evaluation right.
Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) and Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT) degrees offer students from the Pacific Northwest significant value when they transfer to EWU. If you're earning a DTA or AAOT, discover how it can positively impact your transfer experience.
Associate of Science Transfer degrees are similar to DTA and AAOT degrees, and your AS-T degree grants you special advantages at EWU. See how you might be affected so you can make the best transfer plan possible.
The Washington 45 is a new state-wide initiative that helps you identify 45 credits that will transfer to all public four-year universities as well as many four-year private colleges and universities.
If you're not a DTA, AAOT or AS-T transfer student, or if you're transferring after just one year at a public community or technical college, the Washington 45 can help you get a head start on your transfer planning.
Did you take AP, IB, CLEP, Running start or College in the High School classes while you were in high school? Discover how those credits will transfer with you to EWU.
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