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Traditional Undergraduate Transfer Admissions

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Transfer Honor Roll LogoWelcome! We're glad that you're interested in pursuing an education of mind and heart at Whitworth. Our transfer students come from two-year colleges, other private liberal arts colleges and larger public universities. But from the moment you arrive on campus you are a part of the Whitworth community, and we value your unique perspective and contributions to the classroom and to campus life.

APPLY FOR SPRING 2022/Fall 2022 Transferring Credits Scholarships Dates & Deadlines Fact Book

 

Next Start Term: Spring semester (classes begin Feb. 3, 2022)

Note: Students who have earned college credit but have not graduated high school should apply as a first-year student.

Application Materials for Transfer Students

  1. Apply for Free
    • Whitworth Application
    • Common App
    • If you can't decide which application to use, we encourage you to use the Whitworth application. It only takes a few minutes to complete!
  2. Unofficial transcript from each college/university you have attended
  3. Optional for U.S. citizens/permanent residents: One letter of recommendation and/or Academic Recommendation Form from a professor or counselor telling us about your academic success as a college/university student

For more information about the admissions process for transfer applicants, as well as scholarships, financial aid and the university, please visit Frequently Asked Questions.

If you have additional questions, please contact the admissions office at admissions@whitworth.edu or 509.777.4786.

Fast Facts
35%

First-generation college students who enrolled in 2021-22

2,534

Traditional undergraduate enrollment

100+

Academic majors and programs

90%

Classes with fewer than 30 students

95%

2020 grads employed or in grad school within 9 months of graduation

11:1

Student-faculty ratio

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