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University Transfer

Start a four-year university education at a fraction of the cost! Save thousands of dollars and earn the same credits!

With a variety of transfer options, you can start at Western and earn credits toward a bachelor's degree from many four-year universities. Last year, our top five transfer partners were: Viterbo University, UW-La Crosse, Winona State University, UW-Stout, and UW-Madison.

Make the smart choice and start your education at Western! Choose from the following transfer options:

Associate of Arts and Science Programs

The AA and AS transfer programs are designed to help you on the path to a bachelor's degree whether you already have a career goal or if you’re still undecided. These programs provide an excellent foundation for continuing experience in higher education. Choose from an arts or science track:

Associate of Arts
Associate of Science


Select the higher-level general studies courses you need to complete your degree at another college or university. This is a great way to save on tuition if you’re taking a semester off or are home for the summer. This option is not eligible for Financial Aid.
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Transfer Agreements by Program

Several of Western's associate degree programs transfer directly into specific bachelor degree programs. Check the individual program pages for university transfer agreements available for that particular program, or see the complete list here.

Transfer Any Associate Degree

Western has agreements with several universities who will provide graduates from any of our associate degree programs with junior status. You will need to work with the university to determine which credits will transfer and apply toward the chosen bachelor’s degree. See the list of partner universities here.


Find out why our transfer students love this option.

Taylor, Western-Viterbo Transfer Student

I’m surprised by how much I enjoy all of my business classes. Curiosity and interest in a subject make a big difference in reading and learning. The more business classes I take, the more I enjoy them, from accounting to finance to operations, and more. I’ve learned a great deal and I know Western prepared me well for my Viterbo classes this fall.

Evan, Western-Viterbo Transfer Student

The experiences I gained from the accounting program at Western have been nothing but phenomenal. Whether you're looking to begin your accounting career or intend to continue your education through one of Western’s many transfer agreements, Western’s accounting program provides an excellent education at a reasonable price.

Emily, Western-Viterbo Transfer Student

I love being a part of the human services program. The instructors are amazing and really worked with everyone individually. I have learned so much from this program. One of the biggest things I will take with me is that realization that no one is perfect, everyone needs help from time to time, and you are no help to anyone if you cannot help yourself.

Important Transfer Information

Deciding to be a transfer student is an important decision. It is key to plan ahead and weigh all the information before deciding if being a transfer student is right for you.

Plan Ahead

Transferring works best if you have a plan. The more you can tell us about your goals, the more we can help get you there. If you are unsure, Western staff can help you develop a transfer plan.

Transfer Information Can Change

Every college and university changes its majors and programs from time to time. It is important that once you have decided on a transfer institution, you connect with them and find out the latest on any admission or program changes. 

The Transfer Institution Decides What They Will Accept

Transfer institutions are the final decision maker on what will transfer in. As information changes, students are responsible for making sure that their credits will transfer. 

The Transfer Institution Makes the Admission Decision

Colleges and universities will decide their own admission process and standards. It is important to be in close contact with the admissions office of the institution to which you plan to transfer, so that you know how to complete application materials before deadlines.


Transferology is a nationwide network designed to help students explore their college transfer options. Learn more about Transferology. 


Have questions about our transfer programs? Fill out this form or meet with an Admissions Coach to find the transfer option that helps you reach your goal!

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