Students are considered for admission as transfer students when they have completed college coursework during a fall or spring semester after graduating from high school. Early/middle college or dual-enrolled students are considered freshmen. Applicants should have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) for consideration.
Factors of consideration for applicants include:
- Cumulative college GPA (from all institutions attended)
- Trend of recent semester grades
- Number of college-level courses completed
HOW TO APPLY
- Apply online.
- Request official transcripts be sent to WMU Admissions electronically or via mail.
Western Michigan University
Office of Admissions
1903 W Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5211 USA
Applications and all official transcripts must be delivered to WMU Admissions by these deadlines for consideration.
- Fall: August 1
- Spring: December 15
- Summer I and II: April 15 and June 15
24+ completed credit hours
- Official college transcript from each institution attended
≤23 completed credit hours
Official college transcript from each institution attended
Official high school transcript from graduating high school or GED score
Official SAT/ACT scores (if graduated from high school less than 2 years prior to entry term)
Transcripts are considered official when they are submitted by the college/university/high school or when they are issued within 90 days and hand-delivered in a sealed envelope by the student.
when to apply
Applicants are reviewed on a rolling basis and students will be notified of decisions approximately 2 weeks after completing their application checklist. For a smooth transfer process, it is recommended that students follow the timeline below. Admitted students must make an appointment to meet with an academic advisor prior to being able to register for classes. Our transfer students are given priority for registration dates based on the number of transfer credit hours completed.
|Entering semester||Application deadline||Recommended date to apply||Seek advising in||Registration begins in||Tuition due|
|Fall (September)||August 1||January||January/February||Mid-March||August 29|
|Spring (January)||December 15||September||September/October||Mid-October||January 8|
|Summer I and II (May/June)||April 15||December||December/January||February||May 7/June 28|
Note: Some academic programs have separate admission requirements and/or require an additional application, portfolio or audition. Be sure to review the appropriate department website for detailed information and application deadlines.