Transfer to Wayne State University
Students who are currently enrolled in or have taken classes at a community college.
Current WSU students
Students currently taking Wayne State classes who have credits to transfer from another college or university.
Students who are currently enrolled at or who have taken some classes at a four-year college or university in the United States.
Students currently enrolled at a college or university outside the United States.
You're ready to take the next step in your academic journey, and there's no better place to do so than Wayne State University.
Here, you'll build on the coursework and accomplishments from your previous experiences as you continue to hone your skills, discover your potential and prepare to make your mark. You'll learn from faculty renowned for their real-world success, conduct research with a tangible community impact and gain firsthand experience with leading businesses, hospitals, law firms and other partners within walking distance of our Midtown Detroit campus.
Our students come from all walks of life, from across the street and around the world. Whether you're a community college student ready to transfer and begin the next phase of your education, coming to us from another four-year college or university, or pursuing a degree to transform your career, we have the paths, tools and support to help you meet your goals.
"Being an urban studies major, I was immediately attracted to everything Midtown had to offer. Wayne State's proximity to downtown has always been a huge advantage."
Brianna Bacontransfer student from Macomb Community College
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- WSU, Henry Ford College announce partnership to guarantee college access, transfer opportunities
- Transferring to WSU brings Ilitch School student Morgan Starosciak closer to home
- Transfer credit policy changes provide more equity, access for students