Upcoming Transfer Events
Central Washington University
Thinking about transferring to Central Washington University? CWU Transfer Outreach and Onboarding Counselor, Alissa Scriven, will be visiting Edmonds College on 5/23/2022. Stop by between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the first floor of Lynnwood Hall to learn more about your transfer options!
Seattle Pacific University
Have questions for Seattle Pacific University? Interested in transfer? Stop by the first floor of Lynnwood Hall on 5/24 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. or on 6/13 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. to meet with their transfer admissions counselor.
Join us in the Lynnwood Hall lobby on 6/6 from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. to learn more about transfer opportunities, admission, programs, and more!
Seattle University is holding virtual information sessions to review the admissions process and new student tips. Click here to register!
University of Washington
Click here to learn about the three UW campuses, and admission for each.
Interested in Neuroscience? Join UW Seattle on May 6th for Neuroscience Night, featuring activities, displays, and a neuroscientist panel. Click here for the program details and here for directions to the campus, building, and for accessibility information.
City University of Seattle
CityU wants Edmonds students to know about the special transfer and scholarship opportunities that are available to you. Click here to visit the Edmonds/CityU transfer information page for more information about transferring credits and scholarships for Edmonds students. Please visit their scholarship page to learn more about other ways to pay for college, including eligibility information for a wide variety of scholarships.
Northern Arizona University
NAO offer virtual transfer 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: https://nau.edu/admission/transfer-visits/.
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.