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t he world needs more cowboys.

Transfer admission


About UW & admission The University of Wyoming is committed to supporting transfer students and their success. Since 1886, UW has blazed a path to create what the world needs. As we go boldly into the future and make things happen, we want you to become a Cowboy and lead us there. As Wyoming’’s only four-year university, we accept this honor of being the land-grant institution created for the people by the people. This spirit drives us to show the world who we are.

apply t o uw t oday Applicants typically receive their admission decision within

5

Specific program and scholarship deadlines may apply.

business days. All students are welcome to apply and will be considered based on their individual achievement.

Visit uwyo.edu/transfersteps for step-by-step instructions.

Admission & application requirements • 2.0 cumulative GPA with 30 transferable credit hours • If less than 30 credit hours, a high school transcript is required (ACT or SAT required if under 21) • Online application and $40 application fee • Official transcripts from all previously attended institutions

Transfer student steps 1. Apply for admission uwyo.edu/apply

3. Once admitted, create WyoWeb account wyoweb.uwyo.edu

2. Submit all official transcripts 4. Confirm enrollment and pay deposit

5. Apply for financial aid fafsa.gov and uwyo.edu/sfa 6. Submit MMR immunization record 7. Sign up for Orientation

uwyo.edu/apply


2020–21 cost estimates

IN-STATE RESIDENTS Category

Semester (15 credits)

OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS

Academic Year

(30 credits)

Direct Costs: Tuition1 $2,170 $4,340 Mandatory Fees $725.50 $1,451 2 Advising Fees $90 $180 Program Fees3 $195 $390

Category

Semester

Academic Year

(15 credits)

(30 credits)

Direct Costs: Tuition1 $9,040 $18,080 Mandatory Fees $725.50 $1,451 2 Advising Fees $90 $180 Program Fees3 $195 $390

All figures are estimates and based off of projected rates for increase and subject to change by the university of Wyoming Board of Trustees. Tuition amount is based on 15 credits per semester (actual tuition will vary based on the credit hours enrolled). 2Advising fees are $6 per credit hour (actual advising fees will vary based on the credit hours enrolled). 3Program fees vary from $3 to $25 per credit hour. The amounts shown are averages. 1

Transfer students with 24 or more credit hours, post high school, are not required to live on campus. uwyo.edu/reslife-dining

Don’t forget to submit the FAFSA — it opens Oct. 1 and the priority application date is March 1. fafsa.gov More cost information can be found at uwyo.edu/sfa/cost-of-attendance.

Scholarships Wyoming Hathaway Scholarship: Wyoming students who have met criteria of the Hathaway Scholarship, review options at uwyo.edu/scholarships. Nebraska Transfer Scholars: Transfer students who have earned an associate’s degree with a 3.4 GPA or higher and who are residents of Nebraska will pay tuition at 150% of the resident tuition rate for two years. Annual value of approximately $10,500. Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) for Transfers: Transfer students with an associate’s degree and a 3.4 GPA or higher and who are from a WUE state (AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NV, NM, ND, OR, SD, UT, WA) will pay tuition at 150% of the resident tuition rate for two years. Annual value of $10,080. University of Wyoming Transfer Award: Transfer students with an associate’s degree and a 3.4 GPA or higher and who are non-resident (excluding Nebraska residents and qualified WUE rate students), and international are awarded $1,000 annually for two years. Resident transfer students from a Wyoming community college with a 3.0 GPA or higher and 75 credits or less will receive 4,000 annually for two years.

Connect with us Office of Admissions uwyo.edu/admissions 307-766-5160 admissions@uwyo.edu

15:1

student to faculty ratio

Scholarships & Financial Aid uwyo.edu/sfa 307-766-2116 finaid@uwyo.edu

30

average class size

91%

of classes taught by professors

Transfer Success Center

UW Social Media

uwyo.edu/transfer 307-766-5401 transfer@uwyo.edu

400+

study abroad locations

@uwpride @uofwyoming @uwyo

80

undergrad majors


Majors & Programs

The worLd needs more unshakeable determination. College of Agriculture & Natural Resources Agricultural Business (B.S.) •Agribusiness •Farm & Ranch Management •International Agricultural Economics •Livestock Business Management Agricultural Communications (B.S.) Agroecology (B.S.) Animal & Veterinary Science (B.S.) •Animal Biology •Business •Communication •Equine Science •Meat Science & Food Technology •Pre-Veterinary Medicine •Production •Range Livestock Family & Consumer Sciences (B.S.F.C.) •Apparel Design •Design, Merchandising & Textiles •Didactic Program in Nutrition & Dietetics •Human Development & Family Sciences •Human Nutrition & Food •Interior Design •Museum Studies •Professional Child Development Microbiology (B.S.) Molecular Biology (B.S.) •Biotechnology Organizational Leadership (B.A.S.) Rangeland Ecology & Watershed Management (B.S.) College of Arts & Sciences African American & Diaspora Studies (B.A.)* American Studies (B.A.) Anthropology (B.A.) Art (B.A., B.F.A.) •Ceramics •Drawing •Foundations •Graphic Design •Metalsmithing •Painting •Photography •Printmaking •Sculpture Art History (B.A.) Astronomy & Astrophysics (B.S.) Biology (B.S.) •Ecology and Evolution Botany (B.S.) •Remote Sensing Chemistry (B.A., B.S.) Chemistry (CACS Approved) (B.S.) Communication (B.A.) Criminal Justice (B.A.) •Pre-Law English (B.A.) Environmental Geology & Geohydrology (B.S.)* French (B.A.) Gender & Women’s Studies (B.A.) •Queer Studies Geology (B.S.) Geology & Earth Sciences (B.A.)* German (B.A.) History (B.A.) International Studies (B.A.) •Africa & the Middle East •Asia & the Pacific Rim •Culture & Social Issues •Europe & the Former Soviet Union •Global Economic Systems •Governance & Conflict Resolution •Latin America •Sustainable Development & the Environment Journalism (B.A.) Mathematics (B.A., B.S.)

Music (B.A., B.M.) •Instrumental •Keyboard •Performance Music Education (B.M.) •Instrumental •String •Vocal Native American and Indigenous Studies (B.A.) Philosophy (B.A.) Physics (B.A., B.S.) Physiology (B.S.) •Cell and Neuroscience •Mammalian and Comparative Political Science (B.S.) •American Politics •International Relations & Comparative Government •Political Theory •Public Law Psychology (B.A., B.S.) Religious Studies (B.A.) Social Science (B.A., B.S.) Sociology (B.A.) Spanish (B.A.) •Culture, Literature and Cinema •Language and Linguistics Statistics (B.A., B.S.) Theatre & Dance (B.A., B.F.A.) •Dance •Dance Performance •Dance Science •Design/Technical Management •Musical Theatre Performance •Performance •Theatre •Theatre/English Wildlife & Fisheries Biology & Management (B.S.) •Aquatic •Terrestrial Zoology (B.S.) College of Business Accounting (B.S.) Business Economics (B.S.) Economics (B.S.) Finance (B.S.) Management (B.S.) •Entrepreneurship •Human Resource Management Marketing (B.S.) •Professional Sales •Marketing College of Education Elementary Education (B.A.) •Creative Arts •Environmental Studies •Interdisciplinary Early Childhood •International/American Cultural Diversity Secondary Education (B.A.) •Agriculture (B.S.) •English •Mathematics •Modern Languages •Physical (under College of Health Sciences) •Sciences (B.A., B.S.) •Social Studies College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Architectural Engineering (B.S.A.R.) •International Chemical Engineering (B.S.C.H.) •Biological •International •Petroleum Civil Engineering (B.S.C.E.)

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•Environmental •International Computer Engineering (B.S.C.P.) •International Computer Science (B.S.C.S.) •Big Data •Computers & Business •International Construction Management (B.S.) Electrical Engineering (B.S.E.E.) •Bioengineering •International Energy Systems Engineering (B.S.E.N.) •International Mechanical Engineering (B.S.M.E.) •International Petroleum Engineering (B.S.P.E.) •International College of Health Sciences Dental Hygiene (B.S.D.H.) Kinesiology & Health Promotion (B.S.) Medical Laboratory Sciences (B.S.) Nursing (B.S.N.) •Basic B.S.N. •BRAND (Accelerated Program for Second Bachelor’s Student) •RN/BSN Completion Physical Education Teaching (B.S.) Social Work (B.S.W.) Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences (B.S.) School of Environment and Natural Resources Environmental Systems Science (B.S.) Environment & Natural Resources {affiliated major} (B.S.)* Outdoor Recreation & Tourism Management (B.S.) •Business and Hospitality Management •Creative Studies in Recreation and Tourism •Cultural and International Tourism •Management of Recreation Resources •Outdoor Recreation Leadership School of Energy Resources Energy Resource Management & Development {affiliated major} (B.S.)* •Energy, Land & Water Management •Professional Land Management Certificates American Studies Cadastral Surveying Construction Management Cybersecurity Early Childhood Program Director Pre-Professional Interest/Advising Areas Pre-Dentistry Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Nursing Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Veterinary Medicine *interdisciplinary/concurrent major {Affiliated degrees are not counted as a separate major and are not standalone programs.} Actual degrees are in bold. Non-bolded listings are concentrations within the degree program.

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2019-20 Transfer At a Glance  

Information for prospective transfer students

2019-20 Transfer At a Glance  

Information for prospective transfer students

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