Undergraduate Transfer Admissions

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Traditional Undergraduate Transfer Admissions

Prospective Transfer

  • Whitworth University admits transfer students for fall and spring terms.

  • Whitworth will provide an informal transcript evaluation once you submit your application. A final evaluation will be done once the student is admitted and has submitted an enrollment deposit. Check out the online transfer equivalency guides for regional community colleges.

  • Transfer students are required to complete 32 semester credits at Whitworth in order to earn a baccalaureate degree. Most transfer students (77 percent) who enter with associate degrees and/or have junior standing receive their degrees in 2.5 years.

  • Whitworth admits academically qualified students without regard to age, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, or disability.

  • For more information about the admissions process for transfer applicants, please reference our list of Frequently Asked Questions.
Contact Transfer Staff
CJ Perry
Counselor of Transfer Admissions

509.777.4768 (Spokane)
800.533.4668 (toll free)


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