More than 1,000 students universitywide choose to transfer to JWU from other colleges and universities each year.
Transfer students may enroll in September, December or March.
Transfer PoliciesJWU’s transfer policy is intended to help each incoming student transfer the maximum number of applicable credits, minimizing course repetition and ensuring appropriate academic placement. For a course to be transferable it must be worth at least 3.0 semester or 4.0 quarter credits and the student must have earned a grade of “C” or better (with a numeric value of 2.0). Previously taken courses are evaluated based on the comparison of course descriptions and/or syllabus, in conjunction with requirements in the student’s chosen JWU program.
To help you transfer seamlessly to campus, JWU has a number of articulation agreements and transfer credit equivalencies in place. Transfer credit is evaluated by Student Academic Services, though unofficial evaluations can be performed by an admissions officer on a case-by-case basis. How to ApplyFollow the procedure outlined in the application that best applies to you: undergraduate or international undergraduate.Questions about the ProcessOur Transfer FAQ answers many commonly-asked questions about transferring. If you still have questions, email Charmaine Moses, our Transfer Admissions representative in Charlotte.
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