Transfer Student

 
Students transferring to CWC after attending another institution should contact all previous institutions to have official transcripts sent directly to the Registration and Records Office for evaluation.

Transferring students may also provide unofficial copies of grade reports or transcripts to the academic advisor assisting with the first semester's registration if an official evaluation has not yet been completed.  
 

 
International Student Transfer  
International students who wish to transfer to CWC from another institution must follow the same requirements for admission as first-time students in the U.S. Upon completion of the application process, you will receive notice from us that you have been accepted. A copy of your original I-20 and any additional ones, as well as a copy of your I-94, must be sent to us prior to your arrival, and a new I-20 will be issued to you once you are on campus.

Admission is further contingent upon holding a valid, unexpired visa and the ability to provide evidence of financial support. International students must be fully prepared to meet the necessary financial obligations for the full time they will be in the U.S.

International students who have been admitted to Central Wyoming College must enroll for the minimum of 12 credits each semester. International students must declare a program of study on the admission application, and must register as degree-seeking students.

 

Transfer Guide

Procedures for students transferring to CWC
Confirmed AA, AS, Bachelor’s, and AAS Degree
(If not transferring a degree, coursework will be evaluated course-by-course)

 

Student transferring to CWC from a Wyoming community college or UW

Student transferring to CWC from an
accredited college or university

Student transferring to CWC from a Wyoming community college OR other state college or university

Confirmed AA, AS, Bachelors

Confirmed AA, AS, Bachelors

Confirmed AAS

     

CWC General Education Requirements

CWC General Education Requirements

CWC General Education Requirements

Student will have met all general education requirements for AS, AA, AAS degrees.

Student will have met all general education requirements for AS, AA, and AAS degrees.

Exception:

  • If student has already taken the equivalent of POLS 1000, the student is required to take the Wyoming State Constitution Test.
  • If student has not taken POLS 1000 and/or American Government course, the student is required to enroll in POLS 1000, American & Wyoming Government.

CWC will review each general education requirement for transferability.

     

CWC Program Requirements

CWC Program Requirements

CWC Program Requirements

  • CWC will review all Freshman/Sophomore level courses for transferability

  • Junior/Senior level courses will not transfer into CWC but may meet program requirements.

  • CWC will review all Freshman/Sophomore level courses for transferability.

  • Junior/Senior level courses will not transfer into CWC but may meet program requirements

  • CWC will review all Freshman/Sophomore level courses for transferability.

  • Junior/Senior level courses will not transfer into CWC but may meet program requirements.

 

 

Registration & Records
Main Hall - MH103
307-855-2115
800-865-0194
Email: Records

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