Transfer Student Resources

For our transfer students, we understand the most important question to answer is how your credits will transfer to Webster University. If you’ve passed a college level course, it will most likely count toward finishing your degree. Our admission counselors and academic advisors will work with you to determine what courses can build upon your academic foundation. View our transfer guides below or browse though our online flipbook for more information.


Transfer Admission Counselors - Webster Groves

Chrissy

Email: cgilbert26@webster.edu
Phone: 314-246-7882

Credentials:
Bachelor of Arts in American Studies with minors in History and Sociology from Columbia College; Master of Arts in Management & Leadership from Webster University

What do I like most about Webster?
Webster is a very unique university. As a global university with campuses around the world, we offer many exciting and unique study abroad opportunities for our students and encourage our students to take advantage of these life-changing experiences. But in St. Louis, our campus is very small, personal, and inviting, so our students can experience the scope and network of a large university while at the same time have a college experience that is very personal and intimate.

What brought me to Webster?
My previous experiences of working in higher education were with two community colleges in Missouri; I was looking for a position in the St. Louis area where I could put my previous experiences and skill set to good use when I applied for the position of Transfer & Articulation Coordinator at Webster.  After serving in that role for 5 years, I transitioned to the role of Associate Director of Transfer Recruitment and Community College Partnerships.  I enjoy working with transfer students and know that I can provide assistance and resources in helping students transfer to our wonderful university, which will help prepare them for successful careers in their chosen fields.

My Advice to Transfer Students:
1. Start the process early!
2. Take advantage of the many resources and supports available to you in transferring:  transfer guides, transfer counselors at Webster, your advisor at your current school, etc. We are all here to help you!
3. Finally, don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone. Try new things, meet new people, get involved in a student club or organization-- make the most of your college experience

zak

Email: zacharytobey@webster.edu
Phone: 
314-246-5708

Credentials:
Associate of Arts in Teaching from St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, Bachelor of Science in Marketing with minors in Business Administration and Psychology.

What do I like most about Webster?
Webster has such a unique atmosphere. It’s a small school, but the campus is spread out so it doesn’t always feel so small. There are people from all walks of life, it’s centered in wonderful Webster Groves, and provides students with ample opportunities to explore everything that this city has to offer. The experience and campus is truly unique. Webster is a student-first school and a student-first experience and that is what higher education should be about.

What brought me to Webster?
Most of my background is in early childhood education. I held many different positions in that field from being a preschool teacher, to being in administration. I have spent time in all aspects of education-- everything from preschools to middle schools and high schools, and whether it be in a teaching or administration aspect or through an athletics program, the education field has always drawn me in. As a transfer student myself, I became eager to be able to help students make a smooth transition from institution to institution. I feel this is very important and Webster has granted me the opportunity to be one of the people to help ease that transition for students.

My advice to transfer students:
It’s important to start your transfer process early, however, do not be in a rush and make haste decisions. Make sure you ask questions and get all the information that is needed to feel comfortable with you transition. Use your resources. Both resources provided by Webster and outside resources can be helpful for finding needed information. Once you have made the decision and you are at Webster, make sure to get involved and be a proactive member of Webster’s culture. There is so much here and so many memories to be made.

stacey

Email: stunnicliff52@webster.edu
Phone: 314-246-7886

Credentials:
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with an Emphasis in Mental Health from Webster University; Currently pursuing Master of Arts in Human Services from Webster University

What do I like most about Webster?
As a student, I appreciate the small class sizes that create and encourage the opportunity to develop good rapport with professors. Webster has afforded me the opportunity to get a quality education with professors who truly care about their students, and are involved in their fields outside the classroom. I also like the variety of degree programs that Webster offers; there truly is something for everyone!

Overall, I love the fact that we are a diverse campus that includes people from all different backgrounds and cultures. The eclectic mix of the arts & sciences, business, communications, and education, along with the multitude of student organizations, offers a chance to attend events that are altogether fun, informative, and entertaining!

What brought me to Webster:
By chance, in 2012 I was notified of an entry level position that was available in the Office of Admissions. I applied and was hired, and spent 3½ years as an Admissions Associate. I then transitioned into the role of a Representative/Transfer Counselor in 2015.

My Advice to Transfer Students:
1. Start early – it’s never too early to start your transfer plans
2. Familiarize yourself with the programs we offer and our liberal credit transfer policy
3. Get involved in student activities and clubs on campus
4. Never be afraid to ask questions – we are here to help you!

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Transfer Student Experience

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Community College Transfer Guides

California

To make your transition to Webster University as easy as possible, we have developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with Cypress College. Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster.

The BS Computer Science, BS Computer Science: Cybersecurity, and BA Management are degree completion programs offered at the Irvine Campus.

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional courses from California colleges that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

Colorado

To make your transition to Webster University as easy as possible, we have formalized an articulation agreement and developed the following transfer guide in conjunction with the Colorado Community College System. The Colorado Community College System includes:

  • Arapahoe Community College
  • Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • Community College of Aurora
  • Community College of Denver
  • Front Range Community College
  • Lamar Community College
  • Morgan Community College
  • Northeastern Junior College
  • Otero Junior College
  • Pikes Peak Community College
  • Pueblo Community College
  • Southwest Colorado Community College
  • Red Rocks Community College
  • Trinidad State Junior College.

The BA Management is a degree completion program offered at the Colorado Springs Metro campus.

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional courses from California colleges that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

Illinois

To make your transition as easy as possible to Webster University, we have developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with Lewis & Clark Community College. Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster.

General Education/Global Citizenship Program

The Global Citizenship Program (GCP) is a set of undergraduate degree requirements and a general education program developed by Webster University faculty to help prepare students to confront global problems and 21st century challenges.

Major/Department Transfer Guides

Please note: major/department guides are currently under revision to reflect the 2021-2022 catalog changes. Please note that the minimum number of credits to earn a bachelor's degree from Webster is 120 credits (some guides may still reference 128) and the maximum number of transfer credits within an earned associate degree is 90 (some guides may still reference 98). 

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional Lewis and Clark Community College courses that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster. If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

To make your transition as easy as possible to Webster University, we have developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with Southwestern Illinois College. Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster.

General Education/Global Citizenship Program

The Global Citizenship Program (GCP) is a set of undergraduate degree requirements and a general education program developed by Webster University faculty to help prepare students to confront global problems and 21st century challenges.

Major/Department Transfer Guides

Please note: major/department transfer guides are currently under revision to reflect 2021-2022 catalog changes. Please note that the minimum number of credits to earn a bachelor's degree from Webster is 120 credits (some guides may still reference 128) and the maximum number of transfer credits within an earned associate degree is 90 (some guides may still reference 98). 

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional Southwestern Illinois College courses that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

Maryland

To make your transition to Webster University as easy as possible, we have formalized an admission agreement with the College of Southern Maryland.

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional courses from Maryland colleges that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

Missouri

To make your transition as easy as possible to Webster University, we have developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with East Central College. Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster.

General Education/Global Citizenship Program

The Global Citizenship Program (GCP) is a set of undergraduate degree requirements and a general education program developed by Webster University faculty to help prepare students to confront global problems and 21st century challenges.

Major/Department Transfer Guides

Please note: major/department transfer guides are currently under revision to reflect 2021-2022 catalog changes. Please note that the minimum number of credits to earn a bachelor's degree from Webster is 120 credits (some guides may still reference 128) and the maximum number of transfer credits within an earned associate degree is 90 (some guides may still reference 98). 

  • Anthropology & Sociology  includes Criminology; Sociology; Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
  • Art, Design, and Art History includes Art History and Criticism, Art with Emphasis in Studio Art, Graphic Design, Art with Emphasis in Illustration, Art with Studio Emphasis
  • Biological Sciences
  • Business  includes Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance
  • Communications  includes Advertising & Marketing, Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations, Scriptwriting, and Sports Communications
  • Education (Please contact Teacher Education Transfer Advisor Sheila Anglin Jordan at 314-246-6946 for most up-to-date information.)
  • English includes Creative Writing, English, and English with an Emphasis in Drama and Playwriting
  • Interactive Digital Media
  • International Languages
  • Managementincludes emphasis areas in Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing
  • Math and Computer Science includes Computer Science, Computer Science with Cybersecurity, Mathematics, Mathematics (Pre-Engineering), Data Analytics, Management Information Systems
  • NursingRN to BSN completion program
  • Music
  • Psychology includes BA Psychology (with mental health emphasis), BS Psychology

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional East Central College courses that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

To make your transition as easy as possible to Webster University, we have developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with Jefferson College. Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster.

General Education/Global Citizenship Program

The Global Citizenship Program (GCP) is a set of undergraduate degree requirements and a general education program developed by Webster University faculty to help prepare students to confront global problems and 21st century challenges.

Major/Department Transfer Guides

Please note: major/department transfer guides are currently under revision to reflect 2021-2022 catalog changes. Please note that the minimum number of credits to earn a bachelor's degree from Webster is 120 credits (some guides may still reference 128) and the maximum number of transfer credits within an earned associate degree is 90 (some guides may still reference 98). 

  • Anthropology & Sociology includes Criminology; Sociology; Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
  • Art, Design, and Art History includes Art History and Criticism, Art with Emphasis in Studio Art, Graphic Design, Art with Emphasis in Illustration, Art with Studio Emphasis
  • Biological Sciences
  • Business includes Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance
  • Communications -- Department of Communications & Journalism
    includes Advertising & Marketing, Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations, Scriptwriting, and Sports Communications
  • Education (Please contact Teacher Education Transfer Advisor Sheila Anglin Jordan at 314-246-6946 for most up-to-date information.)
  • English includes Creative Writing, English, and English with an Emphasis in Drama and Playwriting
  • International Languages & Cultures
  • Management includes emphasis areas in Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing
  • Math and Computer Science includes Computer Science, Computer Science with Cybersecurity, Mathematics, Mathematics (Pre-Engineering), Data Analytics, Management Information Systems
  • Media Studiesdeveloped as a 2+2 transfer guide for the AA with emphasis in Communication degree at Jefferson College
  • Music
  • Nursing RN to BSN completion program
  • Psychology includes BA Psychology (with mental health emphasis), BS Psychology

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional Jefferson College courses that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

To make your transition to Webster University as easy as possible, we have formalized an articulation agreement and developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with Metropolitan Community College. Please select the transfer guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster and then the Associate degree you will complete at Metropolitan Community College.

BA in Criminology at Webster University

BA in Management at Webster University

BA in Management - Human Resources Emphasis at Webster University

BSN - Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Webster University

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional Metropolitan Community College courses that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

To make your transition as easy as possible to Webster University, we have developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with Mineral Area College. Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster.

General Education/Global Citizenship Program

The Global Citizenship Program (GCP) is a set of undergraduate degree requirements and a general education program developed by Webster University faculty to help prepare students to confront global problems and 21st century challenges.

Major/Department Transfer Guides

Please note: major/department transfer guides are currently under revision to reflect 2021-2022 catalog changes. Please note that the minimum number of credits to earn a bachelor's degree from Webster is 120 credits (some guides may still reference 128) and the maximum number of transfer credits within an earned associate degree is 90 (some guides may still reference 98). 

  • Anthropology & Sociology includes Criminology; Sociology; Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
  • Biological Sciences
  • Business includes Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance
  • Communications  includes Advertising & Marketing, Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations, Scriptwriting, and Sports Communications
  • Education (Please contact Teacher Education Transfer Advisor Sheila Anglin Jordan at 314-246-6946 for most up-to-date information).
  • English includes Creative Writing, English, and English with an Emphasis in Drama and Playwriting
  • International Languages & Cultures
  • Managementincludes emphasis areas in Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing
  • Math & Computer Science includes Computer Science, Computer Science with Cybersecurity, Mathematics, Mathematics (Pre-Engineering), Data Analytics, Management Information Systems
  • Music
  • Nursing RN to BSN completion program
  • Psychology includes BA Psychology (with mental health emphasis), BS Psychology

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional Mineral Area College courses that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

This guide has been published to assist students in preparing for transfer from Moberly Area Community College to complete the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. This should not be used in place of individual academic advising. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with a Webster University transfer admissions counselor early in their academic career to ensure a smooth transfer experience.

  • Nursing RN to BSN completion program

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional Mineral Area College courses that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

To make your transition as easy as possible to Webster University, we have developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with St. Charles Community College. Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster.

General Education/Global Citizenship Program

The Global Citizenship Program (GCP) is a set of undergraduate degree requirements and a general education program developed by Webster University faculty to help prepare students to confront global problems and 21st century challenges.

Major/Department Transfer Guides

Please note: major/department transfer guides are currently under revision to reflect 2021-2022 catalog changes. Please note that the minimum number of credits to earn a bachelor's degree from Webster is 120 credits (some guides may still reference 128) and the maximum number of transfer credits within an earned associate degree is 90 (some guides may still reference 98). 

  • Anthropology & Sociology includes Criminology; Sociology; Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
  • Art, Design, and Art History includes Art History and Criticism, Art with Emphasis in Studio Art, Graphic Design, Art with Emphasis in Illustration, Art with Studio Emphasis
  • Biological Sciences
  • Business includes Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance
  • Communications includes Advertising & Marketing, Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations, Scriptwriting, and Sports Communications
  • Education (Please contact Teacher Education Transfer Advisor Sheila Anglin Jordan at 314-246-6946 for most up-to-date information).
  • English includes Creative Writing, English, and English with an Emphasis in Drama and Playwriting
  • International Languages & Cultures
  • Managementincludes emphasis areas in Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing
  • Math & Computer Science includes Computer Science, Computer Science with Cybersecurity, Mathematics, Mathematics (Pre-Engineering), Data Analytics, Management Information Systems
  • Music
  • Nursing RN to BSN completion program
  • Psychology includes BA Psychology (with mental health emphasis), BS Psychology

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional St. Charles Community College courses that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

To make your transition as easy as possible to Webster University, we have developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with St. Louis Community College. Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster.

General Education/Global Citizenship Program

The Global Citizenship Program (GCP) is a set of undergraduate degree requirements and a general education program developed by Webster University faculty to help prepare students to confront global problems and 21st century challenges.

Major/Department Transfer Guides

Please note: major/department transfer guides are currently under revision to reflect 2021-2022 catalog changes. Please note that the minimum number of credits to earn a bachelor's degree from Webster is 120 credits (some guides may still reference 128) and the maximum number of transfer credits within an earned associate degree is 90 (some guides may still reference 98). 

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional St. Louis Community College courses that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

This guide has been published to assist students in preparing for transfer to Webster University from Three Rivers College in the area of Music. This should not be used in place of individual academic advising. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with a Webster University transfer admissions counselor early in their academic career to ensure a smooth transfer experience.

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional Three Rivers Community College courses that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

South Carolina

To make your transition to Webster University as easy as possible, we have formalized an articulation agreement with the South Carolina Technical College System that allows for a more seamless transition. The South Carolina Technical System includes:

  • Aiken Technical College
  • Central Carolina Technical College
  • Denmark Technical College
  • Florence-Darlington Technical College
  • Greenville Technical College
  • Horry-Georgetown Technical College
  • Midlands Technical College
  • Northeastern Technical College
  • Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
  • Piedmont Technical College
  • Spartanburg Community College
  • Technical College of the Lowcountry
  • Tri-County Technical College
  • Trident Technical College
  • Williamsburg Technical College
  • York Technical College

Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster. The BA in Psychology and BA in Management are degree completion programs offered at the Charleston, Columbia, Greenville and Myrtle Beach campuses. The BS in Business Administration is offered at the Charleston, Columbia, Greenville and Myrtle Beach campuses.

General Education/Global Citizenship Program

The Global Citizenship Program (GCP) is a set of undergraduate degree requirements and a general education program developed by Webster University faculty to help prepare students to confront global problems and 21st century challenges.

Major/Department Transfer Guides

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional courses from South Carolina colleges that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

Tennessee

To make your transition to Webster University as easy as possible, we have formalized a list of course equivalencies with the Memphis College of Art that allows for a more seamless transition.

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional courses from Tennessee colleges that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

Texas

To make your transition to Webster University as easy as possible, we have formalized an articulation agreement and developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with the Alamo Colleges. The Alamo College District includes:

  • San Antonio College
  • St. Philip’s College
  • Palo Alto College
  • Northeast Lakeview College
  • Northwest Vista College

Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster. The BA Management and BS Business Administration degrees are completion programs.

Additional Resources

Please reference the online transfer equivalency database for additional courses from Texas colleges that may be equivalent to required courses at Webster.

If you have questions about transferring to Webster, please contact us at admit@webster.edu

To make your transition to Webster University as easy as possible, we have formalized an articulation agreement and developed the following transfer guides in conjunction with El Paso Community College.

Please select the guide that corresponds with the undergraduate degree program you intend to complete at Webster. Both the BA Media Communications and BA Management are degree completion programs offered online.

  • BA Criminology (Developed for students pursuing the AAS in Criminal Justice at EPCC).
  • BA Criminology (Developed for students pursuing the AA in Criminal Justice at EPCC).
  • BA Management (Developed for students pursuing the AAS in Business Management at EPCC).
  • BA Management (Developed for students pursuing the AA in Accounting, Business & Economics at EPCC).
  • BA Media Communications (Developed for students pursuing the AA in Communication, Journalism, Mass Communication at EPCC).

Missouri Reverse Transfer

The Missouri Reverse Transfer Program allows current or former college students who have completed credits for an associate degree to receive that degree even if they have transferred to a different college or university, or stopped out of higher education altogether. Watch the video below to learn how the Missouri Reverse Transfer Program has helped them.

For more detailed information on Missouri Reverse Transfer take a look at the Missouri Department of Higher Education website.

  • Earn your Associates Degree while pursuing your bachelor’s degree
  • Possible career advancement with earned associate Degree
  • Qualify for more jobs
  • A degree can help you earn more money
  • Possibly meet general education requirements at Webster University

You must have earned a minimum of 15 credit hours at a single Missouri two-year institution to be eligible for a reverse transfer degree. Students are not eligible for the program if they currently possess an associate degree or higher.

If you have not already, you will need to apply for admission and be accepted to Webster University in order for us to help facilitate the reverse transfer process.

Webster University will work with students to help send transcripts to our partner two-year institutions in order to facilitate the reverse transfer process.

Webster Reverse Transfer Coordinator

Kim Kleinman, Ph.D
St. Louis Home Campus
314-246-7768
kleinman@webster.edu

Directory of Reverse Transfer Coordinators at Two-Year Schools in Missouri

Missouri Reverse Transfer is set up so that you as the student do not have to do a lot of work. We want this to be seamless and easy. You will need to give us permission to share your transcripts with your two-year college. Click the Opt-In button below, complete the form and the Webster University Reverse Transfer Coordinator's office will be in touch with you soon.

Reverse Transfer Student Checklist (pdf)

Missouri Reverse Transfer Application Opt-In (online form)

Frequently Asked Questions

Webster always attempts to provide full transfer of successfully completed associate degrees from regionally accredited institutions. Webster will accept up to 90 hours from a community college if credits are taken prior to the date the degree was awarded.

If an associate degree is not completed, Webster will accept up to 64 hours from a community college or from other forms of lower-division credit.

All transfer credit is capped at 90 credit hours. Webster University's minimum residency requirement is the completion of 30 credit hours of the last 36 credit hours prior to graduation. Students transferring from a regionally accredited community college may be limited on the number of lower-division credits that can transfer, based on if an associate degree is earned and date the degree was earned. See above FAQs.

The University will accept up to 30 credit hours, regardless of degree earned, from an institution that is nationally accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. All credits will be converted to semester hours.

Students who have completed an Associate of Arts (AA) degree, Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) degree from Missouri community colleges, the Associate of Science (AS) from Illinois community colleges, the Missouri 42-hour block, or another verified general education program will have satisfied the general education section and global cornerstone seminar requirement of the Global Citizenship Program at Webster.

Students who have completed other associate degrees (including AAS, AS, ADN), a certificate, or not completing a degree/certificate prior to transfer will have their transfer coursework evaluated on a course-by-course basis for equivalency with Webster University's Global Citizenship Program requirements.

Students who have completed an Associate of Fine Arts (AFA) degree from a regionally accredited community college and pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts or Bachelor of Music degree at Webster will have satisfied the global cornerstone seminar and general education section of the Global Citizenship Program, as accommodated for the BFA or BM.  Students with an AFA who choose to pursue a degree other than a BFA or BM at Webster will have coursework evaluated on a course-by-course basis for the GCP.

Transfer course equivalency requirements for the major are determined by the appropriate department. Transfer course equivalencies for the Global Citizenship Program follow established guidelines. See transfer guides or equivalency database for more specific information on course equivalencies.

Official evaluation of transfer credits is conducted by the Office of the Registrar following admission to the University and upon receipt of all official transcripts.

All transfer coursework must be college-level (100-level or above) with a passing grade. Pass/Fail courses will count for transfer credit if the student received a Pass. For repeated courses only the second grade will be counted. Incomplete grades are not accepted in transfer.

Courses completed with a grade of D have restrictions in transfer and generally are not applicable toward graduation requirements at Webster. 

Duplicate coursework does not transfer.

Webster follows recommendations put forth by the American Council on Education (ACE) in awarding transfer credit for military training and in-service corporate training programs. Students must submit official JST, CCAF, and/or ACE transcripts for transfer credit to be considered.

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