Students who have previously been enrolled in a college or university
may be admitted as a transfer student. To be considered for transfer status applicants
must submit the following:

1. A completed application for admission.
2. An application fee of $35 (non-refundable).
3. Official transcripts from each institution attended. It is the responsibility of the student to provide official transcripts of all college work completed as of the date of the application. Failure to list all colleges attended is considered grounds for denial of admission into Wayland as well as possible immediate suspension for those currently enrolled at Wayland .
For regular Transfer admission, applicants must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 1.6 if less than 60 transcripted hours are completed or 2.0 with 60 or more transcripted hours completed. If an applicant has fewer than 24 transcripted hours, an official high school transcript and official ACT or SAT test scores must be submitted. Transfer students with at least 24 transcripted hours must supply all official college transcripts. Transfer students who are at least 22 year of age on or before the first day of class will not be required to submit ACT or SAT test scores. Students who were enrolled for 12 or more hours at their previous institutions must have passed at least six semester hours of non-remedial college credit, and students who were enrolled in fewer than 12 semester hours must have passed at least three semester hours of college credit. Transfer students may be required to take additional placement testing as deemed necessary by the admissions committee. Transfer students not meeting the conditions for regular Transfer admission may be considered for admission at the discretion of the university’s admissions committee. After consideration of all documentation required for review, the committee may: 1. Admit the student under the category Transfer Admission. 2. Admit the student under an Entrance Probation category with our without stipulations. 3. Deny admission. 4. Require an interview, additional documents, and/or additional testing