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Transfer degrees from Oregon

Associate of Art/Oregon Transfer Degree (AAOT) or Associate of Science/Oregon Transfer Degree (ASOT) Students who attended an Oregon community college and earn an AAOT or ASOT degree meet all of WOU’s LACC requirements.  Applicants who obtain an AAOT or ASOT degree from an Oregon community college are guaranteed admission with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00.  Some selective enrollment programs recommend that prerequisite courses be completed within the AAOT/ASOT degree to be considered for admission into these programs.


Transfer degrees from other states

Students from other states can transfer to WOU through the use of their state’s transfer degrees.  Students who earn one of the following degrees will meet WOU’s LACC requirements.

  • California:  Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (UC), and the California State General Education Breadth Certificate (CSU)
  • Hawaii:  Articulated Associate of Arts from the University of Hawaii
  • Washington:  Direct Transfer Agreement
  • Florida:  General Education Associate of Arts from Florida State College at Jacksonville, Hillsborough Community College and St. Petersburg College.


Community college and vocational/technical credit

If you are transferring from a community college, you may transfer a maximum of 124 quarter hours of course work.  A maximum of 24 hours of elective credit will be granted for technical or vocational classes taken at an accredited two-year college.  Some programs at WOU may allow additional vocational credit.


Oregon Transfer Module (OTM)

Students who have earned the OTM will meet the WOU first-year general education requirements.  For purposes of registration only, students holding the OTM will be considered to have at least sophomore standing.  Applicants who obtain an OTM from an Oregon community college are admissible with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00.




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