Welcome to The Transfer Center!

Here you will find resources and information to aid you asking the way to your next school.

While at WWCC, spend time exploring outings, satisfy general education requirements, and prepare for your future major and career pathway.

Tips for Transfer

Transferring without a degree:  it is not required to complete a degree before transferring to a baccalaureate institution.  Usually, there is a minimum number of credits to qualify as a transfer student at an institution.  (Please check with the intended transfer school for details.)

In some cases, it may make sense to transfer prior to completing a degree.

Do the research and work with an advisor to make the best plan.

Transferring with a transfer degree degree:  transferring with a degree provided some specific benefits.  With a DTA (Direct Transfer Agreement), a student applying to a school accepting this degree is granted junior-level standing (impacting course registration and enrollment) and completion of general education requirements.

More Tips for Transferring

Getting Started

  • What do you want to be?
    When you think of your future career.  What do you see?  Are you working with people or things?  Working in an office or outdoors? Working with science, numbers, words, or ideas?  What kind of skills and knowledge will you need for this future?  Got a picture?  Need more exploration?  Visit our Career & Major Planning page for more tools.
  • What do you want to major in?
    Now you never the vision, expire what major or majors well hello you get there?  Visit our Career & Major Planning page for more tools.
  • What school are you going to?
    Picking the right school is as important add selecting your major pathway. Finding a place that meets your needs can have impact on your success. Check out our schools page for more tools.
  • What are you doing at WWCC to get there?
    This has everything to do with the degree you are seeking at WWCC and the courses you take that will prepare you at the next school.

Check out the types of degree on the Transfer degree page for more information.

Planning

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