Meet your Transfer Counselor
Interested in learning more?
Would you like to receive additional information? To receive an invitation to one of our virtual information sessions and live chat, or speak with an admissions counselor please fill out the form below.
How to Apply
To apply, fill out the online undergraduate application and pay the $50.00 application fee. Once submitted in order to complete your application please send your official transcript(s) from every college/university you have attempted credit from in order to complete the application for a decision. We will let you know if we need your secondary school record as well.
Transcripts and other materials can be send via email to email@example.com create new emailor mailed to:
Western Connecticut State University
181 White Street
Danbury, CT 06810 USA
Transfer Admissions Guidelines
In order to qualify as a transfer applicant students must have earned 12 or more college credits since their high school graduation, with only 3 allowed from CLEP-type exams.
A 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) from all previous college level study is required for consideration for transfer admission to Western Connecticut State University. A 2.0 GPA does not guarantee admission to the University, and students are encouraged to perform to the best of their abilities academically so as to enhance their application for admission.
Also please note, some academic programs may have special admission requirements above and beyond the general university admission requirements.
- Education: 3.0 combined overall GPA.
- Pre- Nursing: 3.0 combined overall GPA, for more information about per-nursing criteria click here.
- Music Department audition requirements
- Art, Music and Theatre: transfer credits will be determined by the department on a case-by-case. The student shall provide a transcript and course descriptions for eligibility assessment of foundation Art, Music and Theatre courses for transfer consideration. For concentration-specific courses in Art programs, the student shall also present a portfolio of work from those courses.
Transfer Credits and Course Equivalency
Click to see Course Equivalency Pages and see how courses from the Connecticut Community College and select other institutions will transfer in. For specific questions please reach out to one of our transfer counselors.
Maximum transferable credits: To earn a degree from WCSU, all transfer students must complete a minimum of 30 credits through this University prior to graduation. At least half the credits required in any major must be completed at WCSU.
Transfer evaluations: Any applicant dissatisfied with their Degree Works Audit may appeal the decision to the Director of University Admissions. Students have one semester after matriculation to adjust their transfer credit evaluation.
Digital and Interactive Media Arts
Earth and Planetary Sciences
Elementary Education (1-6)
English, American, and Comparative Literature
Health Education (PK-12)
Health Promotion Studies
Justice & Law Administration
Music - Performance
Music - Jazz Studies
Music - Audio & Music Production
Nursing-Registered Nursing Program
Secondary Education (7-12)