Credits for 2018-19 are now available and will appear on transcripts.

To transfer Willamette Promise credit to your college or university, order a transcript:


Type ¹ Fee Processing time Delivery options ² How to order Info needed
Willamette Promise $ 0 ≤ 48 hours
  • No cost:
    • 1st class US Mail
    • Pick up from Registrar’s Office
  • Name
  • State Testing ID (SSID)
  • Birth date
WOU Online $ 8 ≤ 48 hours
  • 1st class domestic mail: $0
  • Pick up from Registrar’s Office: $0
  • Fast domestic shipping: $15
  • Fastest domestic shipping: $30
  • International shipping: $60
  • Name
  • WOU V-number or SSN
  • Birth date
Paper Form $ 10 ≤ 48 hours
Immediate $ 30 Same day Must order and pick up in-person via paper form.


Transferability and What to Consider When Applying to College

A list of course transfers between WOU and other schools Opens in new window (aka “Transfer Articulation”) is available from the Office of the Registrar. Please keep in mind that colleges and universities have the ultimate responsibility to evaluate all transfer credit and to determine if it meets the standards of their academic programming; therefore there is no exact rule for how credits transfer, whether those credits are from Willamette Promise, another accelerated credit program, or a more traditional college program.

Western Oregon credits through the Willamette Promise transfer to most public institutions, but may transfer as elective credits. Our partner agency, WESD, has compiled more specific information about how Willamette Promise credit is accepted at individual public colleges and universities in Oregon: Willamette Promise Transcripts and Transferability Opens in new window. Some small, private, liberal arts colleges have rigid credit transfer policies and do not accept any type of accelerated or dual enrollment credits.

Policies for credit transfer are typically listed on a university’s website, with their admissions information. We encourage you to take a look at the policies for the universities to which you plan to apply. Then, make an informed decision about where you choose to apply that includes understanding these policies. In today’s economy, choosing a school that accepts your credit should be a consideration in your final decision. It can make a significant difference in the cost of your college education.

We are happy to help individual students and families through this process: Contact information for Willamette Promise staff at WESD Opens in new window




Willamette Promise

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