You are considered a transfer applicant if you have completed (or will complete) college coursework from a regionally accredited college or university following the summer after high school graduation, but have not yet earned a bachelor’s degree.
Transfer Admission Requirements
Applying directly to a degree is different than applying as an undecided student. Do you have 40 credits from an accepted institution? Which classes should you take for your desired major? Transferring from another institution can be complicated. We have broken down the requirements needed depending on your situation.
Transfer Credit Policies
To students pursuing a first bachelor's degree, the Office of Admissions awards transfer credit according to the guidelines discussed here. Admissions reserves the right to accept or reject credits earned at other institutions of higher education.
How to Apply
Learn more about the application process, documents to prepare, what makes a competitive applicant, and how to write a good personal statement.
Tips for Transferring
Making a successful transition from your current college to UW Bothell is up to you - but with a little proactive planning, seeking help from our admissions advisors to navigate the application process, and using our Hot Planning Tips, we hope to ensure your transfer to UW Bothell goes as smoothly as possible!
Everything you need to know about transferring to UW Bothell in one spot!
- Available majors
- Admission requirements
- How to plan for your major
- Application process
- Financial aid & scholarships
- Student life
- And more!