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A two-year school, a four-year school or some of each: wherever you're from, start planning your transfer to EWU. Here's how.
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The Transfer Guide
Eastern Washington University's transfer guide is a planning tool that helps you discover how your credits transfer to EWU. For example, will your writing class from your community college transfer as English 101 or English 201? The transfer guide can probably tell you.
What Should You Know Before You Use the Transfer Guide?
- The transfer guide has info for 84,000 courses from 6,300 institutions.
- The transfer guide only includes courses that have previously transferred to EWU. Your courses might not be listed because no one has transferred them to EWU before.
- Not all courses are transferable.
- Eastern only accepts transfer credits from regionally accredited colleges and universities.
If you're wondering about a course that might count toward requirements for your major but you can't find that particular course in the transfer guide, you should contact the department and ask about their transfer and equivalency policies.