For prospective transfer students
Are you interested in transferring to the UW? Please visit our Transfer Portal to get an overview of the process.
Here is a list of things to do to best prepare to apply to the UW.
1. Understand the transfer admissions timeline and policies
Make sure your intended major offers admission for the quarter you intend to begin attending the UW by consulting MyMajor, an interactive tool for transfer students provided by the Office of Admissions. Consult this list of application dates and deadlines and review the policies regarding transfer credits
2. Attend Transfer Thursday
Every prospective transfer student should attend an in-person or webinar Transfer Thursday session before applying for admission.
Undergraduate Academic Affairs Advising offers general drop-in advising for prospective transfer students from 2:30-4:00 p.m every Thursday. You can virtually meet with an adviser by joining the Zoom Room below.
*Thursday, March 23rd drop-in advising will be held virtually only (Physical office closed).
Transfer Thursday Event Time How to Join The Admissions Process Session 1:30-2:30pm
Register here (HUB 106)
Can't attend this in-person? See the calendar for the Tuesday Admissions Webinar here.
General drop-in advising (In-person and virtual) 2:30-4:00pm
141 Mary Gates Hall, or join Zoom room here
Departmental drop-in advising (Virtual) Varies See offerings on our online calendar
3. Review academic planning worksheets and transfer equivalency guide
Print a worksheet for any major(s) you are considering and fill it out as you progress through your college work. For Washington State Community and Technology College students (CTC), use MyPlan to track how your CTC credits will transfer to the UW as well as measure your progress towards a UW degree.
Incoming Transfer Students
Are you entering the UW as a transfer student? Make sure you review the list of things to do on the New Students page.