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Meet the Transfer Success Center Team

Transfer Student Success at the University of Wyoming is committed to providing an attentive, inclusive, and engaging student experience for all transfer students. Through collaboration with students and colleagues throughout region, we look to create a campus culture that is welcoming, active, and efficient. Some of our activities include:

  • Networking with Wyoming community colleges and out of state transfer institutions

  • Building articulation agreements, transfer maps, and 2+2 plans to help students plan their transfer to UW programs

  • Offering student support services such as peer mentoring, first year seminars for transfer students, and helping to ensure that orientation programs address transfer student needs

  • Improving technology and communication processes

  • Creating policies which positively impact the transfer experience

  • Facilitating the reverse transfer process, where eligible UW students who transferred to UW from a Wyoming community college before earning an associate degree may use UW credits to complete their associate degree

  • Coordinating the statewide Articulation Summit, where faculty, staff, administrators, and other stakeholders from around the state meet to discuss transfer issues

If you would like to talk about these or other areas, please don't hesitate to contact us at We look forward to working with you!

Also note - UW has staff located around the state! See Distance Education at for University of Wyoming Locations.


Transfer Student Success Team


Laura Reich  | Transfer Student Success | University of Wyoming

Laura Reich

Senior Office Associate
Tomé Student Admissions Center, Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center Room 116
307-766-5400 |

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