Transferring Credit From WNCC
WNCC makes every effort to assist students wishing to transfer to other colleges and universities. Most four-year colleges will accept up to 64 or 66 hours of freshman and sophomore level credit earned at a community college.
The generally accepted requirements for transfer to another institution include a minimum of "C'' grades in course work and a program taken at WNCC which corresponds with the program at the institution to which the student is transferring.
The student works with a faculty advisor and transfer advisor to plan a course of study to enable the student to meet the requirements of the four-year institution.
Most four-year institutions recommend that the student complete general educational requirements and lower division sequential courses at the two-year college.
Some vocational-technical credits earned at all campuses also may transfer to many four-year colleges.
Students who plan to transfer credits to a four-year college or university should discuss this with a transfer advisor or their faculty advisor and personnel at the four-year institution
- Frequently Asked Questions
Questions and answers to the most commonly asked questions about transferring.
- Nebraska Transfer Initiative
Effectively, through this initiative, associate and baccalaureate-granting institutions are equal partners in providing the first two years of a baccalaureate degree.
- Chadron State College Transfer Guide
- University of Nebraska-Omaha Transfer Information
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- University of Nebraska-Lincoln Transfer Information
This is a list of current course equivalents between Western Nebraska Community College and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; credit at NU is stated in semester hours. If a specific UNL course equivalent has not been identified, other notations are used.
- University of Nebraska-Kearney Transfer Information
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