Published Friday, January 30th, 2015
Wayne State invites prospective transfer students to try out the new searchable database built into the college’s website.
Wayne State invites prospective transfer students to try out the new searchable database built into the college’s website at https://www.wsc.edu/admission/transfer_agreements/. This new tool will help students stay on the right track to get the most out of their classes when the time comes to become a Wildcat. The new feature provides students in the state with a convenient “one-stop shop” for researching course transferability between Nebraska'’s public higher education institutions.
“Wayne State has always made it as easy as possible to transfer credits to the college,” said Curt Frye, Wayne State president. “Now, with a new tool developed in partnership with the University of Nebraska, the Nebraska State College System and Nebraska Community College Association, the process will be even easier.”
Transfer Nebraska (http://transfer.nebraska.edu/), which went live this week, aims to help Nebraska students better understand their options, plan for their future, and stay on the path to a college degree so they can be successful in the workforce. The site’s searchable database offers information on 64,500 course equivalences among the four NU campuses, the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture, the Nebraska State College System, and eight community and tribal colleges. Students looking to transfer to a Nebraska institution from some regional and private institutions can also find course equivalency information on the site.
“Chadron, Peru and Wayne State Colleges have long partnered with our postsecondary colleagues across Nebraska to serve students and their families,” said Nebraska State College System Chancellor Stan Carpenter. “We are now equally committed to the successful launch of Transfer Nebraska, a web-based platform which has been designed to provide easy access to information regarding the transfer of credits between public institutions. Using Transfer Nebraska, students can learn what courses transfer to and from every Nebraska public institution. As the result of hard work and the commitment of numerous individuals at Nebraska’s 16 public institutions, Transfer Nebraska is now live and ready to help students plan their futures, become successful in the workforce, and grow into productive and engaged citizens across Nebraska.”