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 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: www.wesleyancollege.edu/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 www.wesleyancollege.edu/apply 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 admissions@wesleyancollege.edu 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 financialaid@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5205.

STEP 6: Secure your Spot at Wesleyan

Deposit upon acceptance at www.wesleyancollege.edu/deposit. 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

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

 

TRANSFER STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS

Robyn Nickerson '21

Robyn Nickerson '21 is an online business administration major. 

After a 9-year hiatus from her education, Robyn found Wesleyan's online degree program to complete her degree. The availability of her professors and the flexibility of the program has given Robyn the opportunity to complete her degree.

"Being a full-time mother of a three-year-old and a five-year-old, a full-time employee, and a full-time student seems impossible to most. Wesleyan has made it possible for me and I am proud to be a part of the Wesleyan family."

Aleah McClendon '21

Senior Aleah McClendon transferred to Wesleyan in the fall of 2018 in search of a small class environment where she "wouldn't get lost in the shuffle."

Aleah believes having professors that saw her potential has contributed to her success at Wesleyan.

"Dr. Bray's ethics class my first semester changed the trajectory of my college experience. It made me think deeper about my race, gender, and the world around me. It allowed me to ask the questions I couldn't imagine on my own and I will continue doing that for the rest of my life."

Aleah has direct advice for other transfer students at Wesleyan; get involved! "I made the mistake during my first college experience of going home every weekend and staying in my room. There is so much to do here at Wesleyan!"

Aleah is a resident advisor, chancellor of Honor Court, Black Student Alliance vice president, Campus Activities Board vice president, philosophy, religious studies, and social change major ambassador, and Philosophy Student of the Year 2020.

Her last piece of advice comes from her mother; "you only get out of college what you put in. Reach for the moon because even if you miss, you will land amongst the stars."

Amber Kazee '20

Amber Kazee '20 is a nursing major.

"After talking to friends from different nursing schools, I knew that Wesleyan’s nursing program would be a great fit for me. I like being in a program where the professors know you by name and are always willing to help you succeed."


UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

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

Majors
Minors
  • Accounting 
  • Art, studio 
  • Asian studies
  • Biology 
  • Business 
  • Chemistry
  • Communication
  • Digital marketing*
  • English 
  • Economics
  • Educational studies
  • English with a Literature Emphasis
  • English with a Writing Emphasis
  • Environmental science
  • Equine assisted therapy
  • Finance
  • Forensic science
  • Healthcare administration*
  • History
  • Human resources management*
  • Mathematics
  • Music 
  • Neuroscience 
  • Organizational behavior
  • Philosophy
  • Political science
  • Pre-law
  • Psychology 
  • Reading
  • Religious studies
  • Spanish 
  • Sport management
  • Strategic management*
  • Theatre
  • Visual studies
  • Women, gender, and sexuality 

Offered Spring 2021

Pre-Professional Programs

Find out more about our Pre-Professional programs here.

  • Allied Health
  • Athletic Training
  • Dental
  • Law
  • Medicine
  • Pharmacy
  • Seminary
  • Veterinary
  • Engineering (dual-degree)
  • Law (dual-degree)
Current Transfer student Kemetrea smiles.
Kametrea West
Transfer Student

I transferred to Wesleyan because I knew that it would be a good fit for me. Spending time at a big university kept me distracted from my studies. Coming here, I’ve been able to focus and have fun!

Enrollment Coordinator, Jessica Tucker smiles for the camera.

 


questions about our Programs?

Our Enrollment Coordinator, Jessica Tucker 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 applying, please contact Jessica at jtucker@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-3994.

 

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