Transfer Credit Center: WCU Transfer Policies
WCU Articulation Agreements
What is an Articulation Agreement? An articulation agreement is a document that creates a pathway between two or more colleges or universities and their academic programs. They aim to simplify the transfer from one institution to another through program guides or guaranteed admissions into a college or University.
Statewide Program to Program (P2P) Guides
Statewide P2P permits students with specific associate degrees from participating Pennsylvania community colleges to pursue comparable bachelor-degree programs at West Chester University. As long as the student completes an approved P2P at the Pennsylvania community college, upon admission, he or she will have junior-level standing. Students will earn at least 60 credits from their associate degree in transfer. Students must meet the admissions requirements at the participating institution; this program does not guarantee admission. More information about eligible degrees and participating institutions is available at the Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Center.
Academic Passport was created for transfer students from Pennsylvania Community Colleges to help the transition into four-year PASSHE schools with specific degrees.
Transfer Policies from the Undergraduate Catalog
Admission into West Chester University
Disclaimer: The status of these agreements is subject to change without notice. Students should contact the Registrar's Office with questions about the agreements. Questions about applying to WCU should be directed to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.