Wayne State College awards offers more than $3.3 million in more than 200 types of scholarships. Make sure to apply for scholarships specifically for transfer students as well as your area of study.
WITCC Transfer Program
The WITCC to WSC transfer program is a great opportunity to build your resume by turning your associate degree into a bachelor's degree. Wayne State College and Western Iowa Technical Community College have partnered to offer programs that allow WITCC students to seamlessly transfer a wide array of associate degrees to earn bachelor's degrees at WSC. These programs, called articulations, each lay out the pathway of courses and academic credits from the start of the WITCC program all the way through to the completion of the WSC bachelor’s degree.
If you are attending WITCC for any other area of study, consider continuing your education at Wayne State College. Whether you have your associate degree or just a few classes under your belt, transferring to Wayne State is an excellent option to earn your four-year degree. Learn more about transferring to WSC.
A.A. or AAS from WITCC
B.S. from WSC
Hours required: You can transfer up to 80 credit hours from WITCC to WSC, depending on your program of study. You must have earned a "C-" or better in these courses. You'll need a total of at least 120 credit hours to graduate with your bachelor's degree from WSC.
Transfer Programs of Study
The following programs have been set up so you can get your associate degree from Western Iowa Technical Community College and your bachelor's degree from Wayne State College.
Other programs: If you are interested in a different area of study, view all programs available to you at WSC.
General Studies Requirements
If you are transferring from WITCC and are following an articulation to earn your associate and bachelor's degrees, your general studies requirements are worked into the plan. If you are transferring other credits, learn how your credits may qualify for your general studies requirements.