Metro Pathways to NWU

Metropolitan Community College transfer students have a long history of academic success at Nebraska Wesleyan. In an effort to open more doors to bachelor’s degree completion, Metro and NWU have partnered to offer Metro Pathways to NWU.

This creative partnership enables Metro students transferring to Nebraska Wesleyan to find two pathways to earning a bachelor’s degree.

  1. Daytime, Semester-Long Courses  
    Traditional undergraduates can earn a renewable $15,000 Pathways Scholarship. Additional transfer scholarships are available to qualifying students.
  2. Accelerated, Degree-Completion Program
    Working adults taking classes evenings, weekends and online can receive a reduced per-credit-hour tuition rate. NWU offers many adult undergraduate programs to students needing to balance work, family life and school.

Metro students are eligible to transfer to NWU when they have earned at least 18 credit hours.

Metro students transferring to Nebraska Wesleyan will find many of the same benefits like small classes, personal attention and academic excellence. Regardless of the pathway students choose, Metro students will experience a smooth transition to a bachelor’s degree at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

 

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