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WGU Indiana’s curriculum structure is competency-based, allowing you to apply your existing knowledge and skills to your education. If you have taken courses or received a degree from another college or university, you may be wondering, what transfers into a WGU Indiana degree program?
While our Enrollment Counselors may provide general information about our transfer policies, an individual and official transcript evaluation must be conducted by our Transcript Department before informing you of our decision.
Note: To begin the transcript evaluation process, please complete your online application and submit your application fee payment.
If you currently hold an associate or bachelor’s degree, or have simply completed a few college courses, your past education may be applicable to your WGU Indiana studies. Some of your courses may be waived:
Whether you are transferring from Ivy Tech or another community college, WGU Indiana maintains generous credit transfer policies in partnership with community colleges throughout the United States.
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Official transcripts should be sent directly from the sending institution to our parent institution, Western Governors University, at the address below. (Your own copy of your transcript is not considered official unless it is sealed.) Please order official transcripts promptly as they can take a few weeks to arrive. Your transcripts should be received by the 1st of the month prior to your intended start date.
ATTN: Transcripts Department
Western Governors University
4001 South 700 East, Suite 700
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Note: WGU Indiana cannot accept unofficial, unsealed, or student copies of transcripts.
How to request your official transcripts
WGU Indiana students who may be interested in transferring to another institutioneither
before or after completing their studies at WGU Indianashould keep in mind the following
An official WGU Indiana transcript may be ordered in the following ways:
You may mail transcript requests with payment to:
Note: Official transcripts will not be released to anyone whose financial obligations
have not been met. Requests received by mail are processed at our lowest priority
in the order they are received. Questions regarding transcripts should be directed
Yes. Transcripts are used by your mentor to help develop your personalized Degree Plan. WGU Indiana requires that official transcripts of previous academic
work completed at other colleges or graduate schools be submitted for evaluation.
Yes. Students applying to a graduate degree program must submit an official transcript
verifying receipt of a bachelor’s degree from a regionally or DETC-accredited institution.
The Records and Admissions Departments should receive the official transcripts by
the 1st of the month prior to the start of your program. Graduate-level program requirements
are never cleared through transfer because of prior graduate school study. However,
your competencies obtained through prior study will help you accelerate your progress
toward your degree.
Your official transcripts will be evaluated by a member of the Transcripts Department.
The time it takes to review your transcripts and report which subject areas (domains)
are cleared will vary. We will inform you via email when your transcripts arrive,
and we endeavor to report transfer decisions through your
Enrollment Counselor within two weeks of that date.
Because your mentor will use your transcripts to help develop your personalized
Degree Plan, it is important we receive official transcripts directly
from all the colleges and universities you have previously attended no later than the 1st of the month prior to your intended start date. WGU Indiana will not award transfer credit based upon the work identified by
transcripts received after your start date.
If you have questions about your transcripts prior to submission of your official transcripts, you may contact your Enrollment Counselor to discuss the Transfer Evaluation Guidelines for your intended degree program.
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