Wayland Students outside Gates HallEach year students at other colleges and universities discover what they’re missing at Wayland and transfer to our campus community.

Transfer students are an essential part of The Wayland Family. They bring big experiences and even bigger dreams. If you are considering transferring to Wayland, you should first learn as much as you can about our academic programs, our transfer requirements, our beautiful campus, our facilities, and our setting in Plainview.

Here are some additional tips to keep in mind as a transfer student at Wayland:

Get involved early… Wayland is a warm and welcoming environment that offers numerous extracurricular activities and opportunities.

Check in with career services… we want to learn as much as we can about your future plans to help position you to achieve your dreams.

Meet with a financial aid counselor… it’s important to assess where you’re at in the financial aid process to encourage a smooth transition.

Visit your professors… they want to know everything they can about you, your areas of interest, your future goals, and the strengths you bring to the classroom.

Ask a lot of questions… there’s no better way to make friends, to discover opportunities, and to become a valued part of the campus community.

If you have any additional questions about the transfer process, we encourage you to contact our admissions staff at (800) 588-1928.