Upcoming Transfer Events
Central Washington University
Thinking about transferring to Central Washington University? CWU Transfer Outreach and Onboarding Counselor, Alissa Scriven, is offering Zoom and phone appointments on January 24. Call or text 970.773.7991 or email email@example.com to schedule. Click here to preview appointment times.
Looking to learn more about CWU transfer tips, financial aid, housing, and more? Join Alissa's Transfer Information Session on January 24 from 3-4 p.m. To attend this Zoom session, please register here.
Seattle University's School of Social Work is having its second (BSW) Information Session on
January 26, 12:30-1:20 p.m., via zoom:
Seattle U's BSW Info Session
Meeting ID: 997 2063 4070
Northern Arizona University (NAO) Virtual Visits
NAO offer virtual transfer Friday presentations for interested transfer students.
These include information on the transfer admission process, the Western Undergraduate
Exchange tuition rate, transfer scholarships, transfer resources, and so much more.
Students can view our scheduled transfer Fridays and register on our webpage here:
Hawai'i Pacific University: Transfer Applications
- Transfer Application - Spring 2022 and Fall 2022 semester applications are open, the deadline for Spring
2022 is December 1. Students can submit their application at: www.hpu.edu/apply .
We are offering an application fee waiver code for all transfer applications, students can enter SHARK22 to waive the $45 application fee.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing applications - for Fall 2022 are open, deadline is February 15, 2022. HPU | Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Transfer Info Sessions – We are offering Information sessions on general transfer as well as the BSN transfer on Tuesdays and Thursdays – for more information and to view the schedule please go to: www.hpu.edu/transferinfo
Seattle University Transfer Events and Application Information
For students who know they want to apply to transfer to Seattle U for Spring Quarter 2022, students should submit your application by February 15th. The Fall Quarter 2022 priority deadline is March 1st. All transfer students, regardless of major, will apply through Seattle University’s Transfer Application.
Here are some questions to ask university Admissions Representatives.
If you are a Running Start student or an International Student, be sure to share this information with the Admissions Representative so they can advise you appropriately.
- How can I be a competitive applicant?
- What are the admission requirements to your school? Do I need to have foreign language for admission or graduation?
- What is the deadline for applying to your college? Is there also a separate application & deadline for applying to my major?
- Is an interview or portfolio required for admission?
- What is the minimum GPA for admission to your school?
- Do you require standardized test scores?
- Do you require letters of recommendation and/or a personal statement for admission?
- Once I submit my application, when can I expect to hear back from your school?
- I attended other colleges. Do you need transcripts from every school I attended?
- I completed courses at another college a long time ago. Do I still have to declare my credits?
- If I don’t complete my degree at Edmonds, how will my credits transfer?
- If I complete a Direct Transfer Agreement degree at Edmonds, how will my credits transfer?
- Will I transfer directly into my major, or can I be “pre-majored?”
Financial Aid and Scholarships
- What is the annual tuition? How much do books cost per quarter?
- What types of financial aid and scholarships are available?
- When should I apply for financial aid and scholarships?
- What housing options are available? Do you have residence halls? If so, what is the cost per year?
- Do I have to live on campus?
Classroom and Campus
- What is a typical class size?
- What types of opportunities are available for me to get involved with? What clubs and organizations exist on your campus?
- Can I participate in internships?
- What types of sports can I participate in?
- What is the diversity like on your campus?
- What is your campus safety record like?
- Make sure your Zoom account is set up and ready before the fair.
- If you enter a meeting with other students, be patient and courteous to those already in the meeting.
- Always mute your microphone unless you are speaking or asking a question to minimize background noise.
- Utilize the chat function to ask questions too!
- Do not share information that is personal or confidential. The Zoom meetings are open to other students and Edmonds cannot guarantee privacy.