Interested in transferring to Washington College? We’re glad you’re considering us for this exciting new chapter in your life! Whether you’re coming from a community college or another four year institution, we are sure Washington College can give you the tools to find success. From our small class sizes to our opportunities for faculty-led research and horizon-broadening travel, Washington College is a place where you can do you.
Worried about the challenges that come along with transferring? We’re here to help you every step of the way. Let us guide you through the process and make your transition as smooth as possible.
Need More Information?
We love an informed decision! Why not let us send you a viewbook? Contact our Associate Director for Transfer Admissions, Cassandra Hynson to get started.
We accept transfer students at the beginning of the fall or spring semester. Transfer admission is rolling based on space availability. All admitted applicants receive a preliminary credit review of their transcripts within 2-3 weeks of the admission decision, and the Registrar’s Office performs an official review of your final transcript before you enter Washington College.
Transfer students are admitted on a rolling basis. For the Fall semester, students are encouraged to apply by April 15 for the first round and by June 1 for round two. For the Spring semester, students are encouraged to apply by December 15.
Washington College employs a rolling admissions policy. However, we encourage applying by the dates below.
|Application Due By:|
|Spring Deadline||December 15|
|Fall Deadline||July 15|
Washington College has Articulation Agreements with six Maryland community colleges. For more information on what this means for you view below:
Washington College Articulation Agreements
Students who graduate with an Associates Degree in General Studies or Liberal Arts from Carroll County Community College Honors Program will be given “junior” status at Washington College along with a specific scholarship.
Students who graduate with an Associates Degree in General Studies or Liberal Arts from Chesapeake College will be given “junior” status at Washington College.
Students who graduate with an Associates Degree in General Studies or Liberal Arts from Howard County Community College Rouse Scholars will be given “junior” status at Washington College along with a specific scholarship.
Students who graduate with an Associates of Arts Degree or an Associates of Sciences Degree in General Studies or Transfer Studies from Montgomery College will be given “junior” status at Washington College.
Students who graduate with an Associates Degree in General Studies or Liberal Arts from Prince George’s Community College Honors Academy will be given “junior” status at Washington College along with a specific scholarship.
Applied to Washington College? Here is everything we need from you to make a decision:
- Application Form
- College Transcript
- High School Transcript
- Registrar’s Report
- Instructor’s Evaluation
- Interview (strongly recommended)
Washington College has partnered with RaiseMe!
On RaiseMe, you can earn incremental scholarships called micro-scholarships (performance-based scholarships) from Washington College for your academic and extracurricular achievements in community college
As you progress towards transferring to Washington College, you’ll have transparency into the minimum amount of scholarship or institutional grants you can expect before you even apply.
Here’s how it works:
1. Create a free portfolio at raise.me/join/wc
2. Enter your college achievements to date
3. Keep your profile updated throughout community college
Your earnings are instantly displayed in your RaiseMe portfolio and represent the minimum amount of aid or scholarships you’ll receive from Washington College if and when you enroll.