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Wilmington University

Transfer to Wilmington University

About Wilmington University

Wilmington University is a private, open-access institution that serves the unique needs of busy adults seeking advancement through higher education. Committed to the idea that high-quality education can be both affordable and accessible, the university offers more than 200 accredited and career-relevant degree and certificate programs in flexible formats and at tuition rates that are consistently lower than those of regional and national competitors.

The university's diverse academic programs prepare students for global success through experience-rich curricula and work-integrated learning opportunities. Small class sizes ensure meaningful interaction with esteemed faculty and technology is leveraged to inspire collaboration among students and instructors regardless of geographic location.

With multiple locations throughout the mid-Atlantic region and a robust suite of more than 130 fully online academic programs, Wilmington University delivers transformative education to students around the world.

General transfer information

Wilmington University accepts credit through the following:

  • Guided practicum, practicum or internship
  • Cooperative education
  • American Council on Education (ACE) Workforce Training and National College Credit Recommendation Services (NCCRS)
  • American Council on Education (ACE) Armed Forces
  • Credit by examination (DSST, CLEP, AP, ECE, IB and NLN)
  • Credit by portfolio
  • Credit by industry-recognized assessment.

Wilmington University offers several scholarships annually. Students intending to transfer should complete the admission application for Wilmington University following the third semester of their associate degree program.

Transfer partnership

Transfer Alliance

This partnership demonstrates how you are conditionally admitted with junior status into Wilmington University with an associate degree to pursue a related bachelor’s degree program.

Wilmington University benefits and eligibility requirements.
Wilmington University benefits Eligibility requirement

CCBC students will have no more than 55% of the related bachelor’s degree remaining for completion after transferring.

Students transferring to a bachelor’s degree program in the same field in which they earned their associate degree will have all their credits (up to 90) accepted.

Any associate degree program

GPA of 2.0 or better.

Articulation Agreements

Articulation agreements between CCBC and Wilmington University.
CCBC degree Wilmington University degree Agreement
Legal Studies (A.A.S.) Legal Studies (B.S.) View agreement

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