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Baldwin Wallace is a Great Fit for Transfer Students

Baldwin Wallace University describes a transfer student as anyone who has attended a college or university after high school graduation. If you are completing college courses while in high school, you are considered a first-year student or freshman who may be bringing college credit with you, but not a transfer student.

Why Do Students Transfer to BW?

Receive the Most Credit - There is no limit on the number of credits that can transfer from four-year institutions, however 45 credits must be completed at BW. Most courses have no time limit to qualify for transfer toward a bachelor's degree. Our Transfer Admission Counselors assist prospective transfer students by advising for general education and major requirements while you are still at your community college or previous institution. Our counselors will work with you to review your credits even before you apply for admission.


Associate to Bachelor's Program (A2BW)

Associate to Bachelor's Program (A2BW) - If you've earned an associate degree from a regionally accredited college or university, all the credit you've earned with your associate degree will be honored and you may have reduced core requirements, putting you on a fast track toward the completion of your bachelor's degree at Baldwin Wallace.

BW Transfer Partnerships

To ensure maximum transfer credit for students, Baldwin Wallace has established a number of transfer partnerships with regionally accredited two-year colleges.

BW is also a proud participant in the Ohio Consortium for Transfer Pathways to the Liberal Arts, a group of 25 two-year and four-year colleges working together to provide clear, consistent transfer pathways in biology, English and psychology for community college students transferring to Baldwin Wallace and other private colleges in Ohio. These transfer pathways align with the Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways (OGTPs) in biology, English and psychology, ensuring that associate degrees from Ohio's community colleges provide a clear path to colleges and universities across Ohio.


BW Transfer Core

How does my credit transfer if I attended another four-year school or have community college credit without an associate degree?

Students transferring to BW with 25 credits or more but no associate degree follow the BW Transfer Core, which is based on the State of Ohio's Articulation and Transfer Policy - Ohio Transfer 36 (OT36). The BW Transfer Core includes:

  • 3 credits English Composition and Oral Communication
  • 3 credits Mathematics, Statistics and Logic
  • 6 credits Arts and Humanities (2 different disciplines)
  • 6 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences (2 different disciplines)
  • 6 credits Natural Sciences (at least 1 lab course)
  • Plus 12 credits of additional coursework from the disciplines above or courses based on proposed major at four-year school.

BW's Online Transfer Guide

BW's online transfer guide shows how courses transfer from more than 80 area colleges and universities. Students also transfer credits from many other accredited schools not included in the online transfer guide.


Request a Transfer Evaluation

Visit campus and meet with a BW transfer admission counselor to see how your credits transfer - before you even apply for admission! You can also upload your college transcripts and a transfer admission counselor will review your transcripts.


Transfer FAQ

The following are frequently asked questions we receive from transfer students. Send an email to transfer@cpmvoronov.com if you have additional questions.