Metropolitan Community College pathway to NWU

Nebraska Wesleyan University is proud to partner with Metropolitan Community College to support students transferring to complete a bachelor’s degree. Regardless of the degree pathway students choose, MCC students will benefit from small classes and personal attention and experience a smooth transition to a bachelor’s degree at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

A pathway to success

Choose from 101 academic programs when you transfer to a traditional full-time bachelor’s degree program. Get one renewable scholarship for up to three years.

  • $22,000 Pathways Transfer Scholarship for all MCC students who have completed at least 18 quarter credit hours; OR
  • $29,000 Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship for all PTK members.
  • Free-tuition Access NWU Scholarship for all Pell-eligible students.
  • Additional transfer academic scholarships are available.

Degree pathways to NWU

Transfer guides for MCC students

These guides will help you determine which courses can be transferred from Metro to meet degree requirements, and which courses must be completed after transferring to NWU.

Ready to transfer?

  1. Complete the free application to transfer.
  2. Request your official transcript from MCC. NWU recommends ordering electronic transcripts via the National Student Clearinghouse. Select Nebraska Wesleyan University as the recipient. We cannot accept transcripts provided by a student.
  3. Request your official final high school transcript, and official transcripts for any other college you’ve attended. Transcripts must to be sent by the school. We cannot accept transcripts provided by a student.
  4. Add NWU to your FAFSA. Our school code is 002555.
  5. Request a virtual or in-person campus visit.

 

NWU Provost Graciella LivCaneiro-Livingston shakes the hand of Sue Raftery, associate vice president of academic affairs at Metropolitan Community College

NWU partners with Metro

Nebraska Wesleyan University signs a formal agreement with Metropolitan Community College for the NWU Pathways Scholarship Program.

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