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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 (LINK washcoll.edu/transfer info) or come to our November 17th Open House (LINK) to attend our Transfer Student Seminar? It’s the perfect time to hear from WC transfer students, eat lunch with current students who transferred to Washington College, talk to our Admissions staff, and get any help you need with the transfer process. Contact our Transfer Specialist, Kelsey Miller to get started.

Join Us Fall or Spring

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.

Students transferring to Washington College from a Maryland institution may see their transfer credits through the University of Maryland ArtSys program.

Washington College has Articulation Agreements with six Maryland community colleges. For more information on what this means for you click here.

Applicant Checklist

Applied to Washington College? Here is everything we need from you to make a decision:

  1. Application Form
  2. College Transcript
  3. High School Transcript
  4. Registrar’s Report
  5. Instructor’s Evaluation
  6. Interview strongly recommended