Information for Transfer Students
If you are seeking admission as a transfer student, please submit the following items:
To receive a paper Application for Admission, call the Office of Admissions at 573-592-5251
To receive a degree from Westminster College, students must satisfactorily complete at least 122 credit hours, including courses that meet skill requirements, general distribution requirements both of which are found here, and a major requirements found here.
If you are interested in transferring to Westminster, the Registrar's Office will review your transcript. Call Amy Marek at 1-800-888-WCMO(9266) to arrange for a transcript review.
Transfer of Credit Policy
Westminster will accept college level transfer credit, also dual enrollment or its dual credit, from any accredited institution, so long as it is presented on an official transcript from an accredited college or university with a grade of “C” or better earned. This credit will be counted toward Westminster’s general degree requirements; however, departmental evaluation will be required before it may be counted toward completion of a specific degree program. Westminster College also requires proof of High School graduation.
Transfer Credit Equivalencies
Transfer work from community, junior or two-year colleges may not count toward the required 300-400 level course work. Please check with the transfer coordinator, Amy Marek, if you have questions about a particular class not listed.
Westminster has articulation agreements with the following community colleges:
Maricopa County Community College
Georgia Perimeter Community College
St. Charles Community College
Houston Community College
Westminster has created the following guides to help students map their way from community college to Westminster College
East Central College
Highland Community College
Mineral Area College
Southwestern Illinois College
International Baccalaureate Students
Westminster acknowledges the great value of IB courses and the IB diploma and therefore has a generous transfer policy. Students who present a full IB diploma with a final total score of 28 points or better will be awarded a year’s worth (30 hours) of credit toward graduation.
More on IB Students at Westminster