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Programs without an Articulation Agreement

You have arrived at this page because the program you wish to pursue at UW does not currently have any formal/published transfer plans. This does not affect your ability to transfer to UW. 

If you are transferring from within the State of Wyoming, you may click here to use WyoTransfer to evaluate your transfer credit. With active login credentials from your Wyoming Community College, you should be able to log in to WyoTransfer and import your community college coursework to see how your courses will transfer.

Students transferring with a qualifying associate degree (AA, AS, AB, or ADN) earned from a Wyoming Community College Spring 2015 or after will will receive a waiver for all USP 2015 requirements except the U.S./Wyoming Constitution course (USP: V) and the Communication 3 (USP: C3) upper division writing requirement. Students who have earned a qualifying transfer degree or a minimum of 30 college credits after completing high school will also receive a waiver for First Year Seminar at UW. 

If you are transferring from outside of Wyoming, you may look up your courses in the Wyoming Transfer Catalog. Simply change the state, and then select the college/university. If your college isn’t listed, or a course doesn’t have a published equivalency and you have not yet applied for admission to UW, you may request a Pre-Transfer Credit Evaluation (Pre-TCE). There are some instances in which students may not be eligible for a PreTCE (including JST transcripts, international transcripts, students who have already submitted an application, and students applying for their second bachelor's degree).

Effective Spring 2012, graduates of regionally accredited Colorado community colleges with earned AA or AS degrees are awarded the majority of the lower-division USP requirements. These students will have to complete the U.S./Wyoming Constitution course (V) and the Communication 3 (C3) upper division writing requirement. Students who have earned a qualifying transfer degree or a minimum of 30 college credits after completing high school will also receive a waiver for First Year Seminar at UW.

Graduates of regionally accredited institutions outside of Wyoming or Colorado who earn an AA/AS/AB in Spring 2015 or later are awarded the majority of the lower-division USP requirements. These students will have to complete the U.S./Wyoming Constitution course (V) and the Communication 3 (C3) upper division writing requirement. Students who have earned a qualifying transfer degree or a minimum of 30 college credits after completing high school will also receive a waiver for First-Year Seminar at UW.

If you are pursuing a second bachelor's degree: Students with an earned bachelor's degree from an accredited US institution seeking a second baccalaureate degree will be considered to have met the UW USP program requirements with the exception of the U.S./Wyoming Constitution requirement (USP: V) and the Communication 3 (USP: C3) upper division writing requirement. 

Additional Resources:

Click here to see the Office of the Registrar's web page explaining UW's credit policy.

Click here to see the Office of the Registrar's web page explaining UW's transfer credit policy.

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