Transfer Students

Wesleyan's Transfer Program is designed for women who wish to take part in the traditional college experience.

Transfer students are accepted from regionally accredited two-year and four-year institutions. Transfer applicants must be in good academic standing with the last college attended and have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0. Students that graduated over 3 years ago will follow the transfer admission process. 


The following check list is a general outline of the admission process. Once you apply, your admission counselor will work closely with you to guide you through.

STEP 1: Visit

We’d love to show you around! Schedule a personalized visit: Visitors will receive admission and financial aid information, take a guided tour of campus, and sit in on a class.

STEP 2: Apply

Apply for FREE for the transfer application

STEP 3: Complete your Admission File

Provide the following documents as soon as possible:

• Transcripts: Transcripts may be submitted electronically to or through the mail: Wesleyan College, Admissions Office, 4760 Forsyth Road Macon, GA 31210

College Transcript(s): official copies from ALL post high school institutions. 

High School/GED Transcript: required if you have not yet earned a minimum of 24 college level credit hours

STEP 4: File Review

Allow 2 weeks for an admission and scholarship decision upon receipt of all required documents.

STEP 5: Financial Aid

Submit your FAFSA with our school code 001600. You may still be missing financial aid documents. All documents and financial aid updates will be sent to you via e-mail and can be seen on WesPortal with your login. If you have any questions, contact the financial aid office at or (478) 757-5205.

STEP 6: Secure your Spot at Wesleyan

Deposit upon acceptance at The deposit is $200 for commuter students and $300 for residential students. This deposit is non-refundable after May 1st.


Wesleyan College has one of the most flexible transfer credit policies in the country.

We will work with you early in the process to identify your transferable credits. In general, transfer credits must come from an accredited institution, be from degree-level coursework, and have a grade of “C” or higher.    

  • If you studied at a regionally accredited community college, you may transfer and apply up to 60 credits.
  • If you studied at a regionally accredited four-year institution, you may transfer and apply up to 90 credits.
  • If you have studied at more than one institution, we can accept your credits, provided the institutions are regionally accredited.
  • If you previously earned an Associate's degree at a regionally accredited college, you do not have to take additional general education courses at Wesleyan College to earn your bachelor's degree. 
  • When you apply, you will receive a full transfer credit evaluation. Your academic evaluation will show where your previously earned credit will fit into your degree and show what courses you have left to take. See listing of courses that will transfer to Wesleyan.

Yes, you can afford Wesleyan.

Wesleyan is proud to offer generous scholarship opportunities to full-time students ranging from merit, need and talent to leadership based. Eligible students are automatically evaluated during the enrollment process. No additional application is required. However, music, art, and theater scholarships may require an audition or portfolio review. Transfer students may be eligible for financial Aid and Scholarships.



Scholarships are awarded to students for a maximum of eight semesters (4 years).
Tier One: $10,000
Tier Two: $8,000
Tier Three: $6,000



Anna Richards

Anna Richards"Transferring to Wesleyan was one of the best decisions I have made in my academic career. Having attended multiple schools, Wesleyan stands out as making me feel the most at home while offering a unique experience that is different from other institutions. As a non-traditional student, I really appreciate the diversity at Wesleyan and being able to relate and learn from other students’ experiences. The personal and collaborative learning environment has made me grow so much as a student and an artist."

- Anna Richards, Studio Art Major

Paige Lee

Paige Lee"The best part of being a transfer student at Wesleyan College is being part of a community. The Education Department welcomed me with open arms last year, and it’s like I’ve been with my cohort since day one of college. They support me personally and academically; it is amazing to be surrounded by people who want to see you succeed."

- Paige Lee, Elementary Education Major

Mackie Wallace

Mackie Wallace"Working as an Admissions Ambassador, the best part of being a transfer student at Wesleyan College is having a unique experience to share with prospective students. I'm able to compare Wesleyan College to the school I went to before, and it really solidifies how amazing this school is. The support I've received here from faculty and staff, as well as the opportunities I have been provided prove that I made the right choice to transfer to Wesleyan College."

Mackie Wallace, Accounting, Minors: Biology, Economics, and Finance Major

Brittany Evans

BrittanyEvans"I transferred to Wesleyan College because I wanted a fresh start. I needed a space that would be full of supportive people to give mentorship and guidance, and I have found that at Wesleyan. At this point in my life I have been given many opportunities and faced with many choices, but this is the one that I am most proud of. Taking the leap and becoming a Wesleyan wolf was the best decision I could have made for myself now, and for my future."

- Brittany Evans, Business Administration with a concentration in Strategic Management Major

Zehao Li

Zehao Li"Wesleyan has a beautiful environment and excellent faculty. There are many opportunities at Wesleyan to improve yourself and become a better student. The best part of being a transfer student at Wesleyan College is the facilities are excellent, and as a piano major having an excellent piano to practice on has helped me tremendously with my studies!"

Zehao Li, Music with a Concentration in Piano Major


Choose between 3 different degree programs: bachelor of arts, bachelor of fine arts, or bachelor of science in nursing.

Top 5 Majors
All Wesleyan Majors

* also a minor


  • Accounting
  • Applied Psychology
  • Art, Studio
  • Asian Studies
  • Biology
  • Business
  • Chemistry
  • Communication
  • Digital Marketing
  • Economics
  • Educational Studies
  • English
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Environmental Science
  • Equine-Assisted Therapy
  • Finance
  • Forensic Science
  • Healthcare Administration
  • History
  • Human Resource Management
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Neuroscience
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Pre-Law
  • Psychology
  • Reading
  • Religious Studies
  • Spanish
  • Strategic Management
  • Theatre
  • Visual Studies
  • Women, Gender & Sexuality


Pre-Professional Concentrations

Find out more about our Pre-Professional programs here.

  • Allied Health
  • Athletic Training
  • Dentistry
  • Law (standalone concentration or accelerated JD dual degree with Mercer)
  • Medicine
  • Pharmacy
  • Seminary
  • Veterinary Medicine

questions about our Programs?

Our Enrollment Coordinator, Riley Wilson is here to help you with any questions or concerns you may have about our Transfer or Online Programs at Wesleyan College. 

For more information about courses available, schedules, or more details about applying, please contact Riley at
or (478) 757-3994.


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