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Alternatives to the English requirement for admission

Alternatives to the English Requirement for Admission The English subject requirement for admission applies to all freshmen and transfer applicants and cannot be waived. It may be satisfied by coursework completed in the U.S., Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, or the United Kingdom, countries where English is recognized as the primary language of instruction. Additionally,…


Transfer GPA

The transfer GPA In calculating the transfer GPA, the Office of Admission uses: All transferable academic courses from all regionally accredited colleges a student has attended in which the student has received grades between 0.0 and 4.0 on a 4.0 grading scale. Although the UW uses a decimal scale for grading students in its own…


Academic Planning Worksheets

Academic Planning Worksheets How to use the worksheets Print a worksheet for any major(s) you are considering and fill it out as you progress through your college work. The worksheets are designed to be used in conjunction with other resources and, of course, advisers. Bring your worksheets and unofficial transcripts with you whenever you meet…


Transfer planning resources

Transfer planning resources Transferring to the UW takes careful planning: You’ll be working simultaneously on various requirements for admission to the UW, for your intended major, for graduation from the UW and possibly for an associate degree. The more you work on multiple requirements at the same time, the smoother and more successful your transfer…


Transfer credit policies

Transfer credit policies General Policy Washington Community & Technical College Transfer State Policy on Inter-College Transfer and Articulation Class Standing Quarter vs. Semester Credits Applying Transfer Credit to Degree Requirements Transfer Credit Evaluation Courses Receiving No Credit Notable Restrictions on Transfer Credit Military Credit Prior Learning Assessment UW Reverse Transfer Program General policy To students…


How to apply

Transfer application Follow this checklist to make sure you have everything you need to submit a complete application for transfer admission. Review major requirements Personal statement Send transcripts Application fee Sending test scores Apply now Are you interested in applying as a transfer applicant for spring quarter? Be sure to review these guidelines. Make sure…


College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs)

College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs) CADR are admission requirements. Therefore, they must be satisfactorily completed before the first quarter of enrollment at the UW. Almost all applicants will have satisfied CADRs through coursework completed in high school (generally defined as grades 9-12 in the U.S.). However, students who completed a portion of the CADRs in…


Spring quarter transfer admission

Spring quarter transfer admission U.S. students Spring quarter is only open to applicants to specific departments in engineering and computer science. You may apply for spring quarter only if you are also applying for spring quarter direct entry to one of the programs listed below. Open to new transfer students for spring quarter only: Bioengineering…


Transfer

Fall quad

Transfer students are an important part of the UW community. We look forward to learning what you will bring to our campus. Check out other transfer resources on the UW’s transfer student portal website. There is a separate application for U.S. and international transfer applicants. Not sure which to use? Let us help. Key dates &…


MyMajor

MyMajor Departmental transfer application information The process of applying to a major as a transfer student varies by discipline. To help, we’ve consolidated departmental admission information below. Find your intended major in the drop-down menu and submit. You’ll discover: Curricular options. Examples: The Communication major offers a Journalism option. Psychology offers B.A. and a B.S….