Transfer Admission Resources

Many students elect to begin their studies at another college or university and transfer to Winthrop to earn an undergraduate degree. The Office of Admissions will process transfer applicants for the summer, fall or spring semesters.

Definition: Students will be classified as a transfer applicant if they enrolled in a college or university after graduating from high school. (Exception: students who take a college course in the summer term immediately following high school graduation are classified as freshman applicants for the subsequent fall semester.)

    The purpose of the Transfer Articulation is to facilitate the educational progress of students by eliminating duplication of degree requirements where possible. Transfer Articulation refers to the process by which Winthrop University compares the content of courses that are completed and transferred from another institution.

Upcoming Transfer Information Sessions:
Transfer Tuesday information sessions are intended to simplify the transfer process and make an easy transition to Winthrop University. These evening sessions provide students with information about the transfer application process, transfer credit policies, and available scholarships. Please note that we do not provide pre-evaluation of transfer credit.


Admissions Policy: Winthrop University admits all qualified applicants and offers equal educational opportunities regardless of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion or disability.  Applicants are admitted on the basis of the probability of their success in completing the requirements for graduation.

Information of interest to prospective transfer students can be found below.  Please contact your admissions counselor if you would like to receive additional information or e-mail

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