Nebraska Wesleyan University
Registrar's Office, Smith-Curtis 206
5000 St. Paul Ave.
Lincoln, NE 68504
registrar [at] nebrwesleyan.edu
Transfer College Credit
Undergraduate students wishing to transfer a course(s) from another institution should secure in advance the approval of the Registrar's Office. Credits from regionally-accredited institutions, with grades of "C-" or above, may transfer to Nebraska Wesleyan.
In order to transfer credits to Nebraska Wesleyan University, students are responsible for requesting an official copy of college transcripts to be sent directly to Nebraska Wesleyan University. Official transcripts can be sent via an approved electronic service by the sending college/university, such as the National Student Clearinghouse or Parchment. Alternatively, official transcripts can be mailed to Nebraska Wesleyan University, Registrar's Office, 5000 St Paul Ave, Lincoln, NE 68504. Transcripts that are hand-carried, faxed, emailed, or marked "issued to student" are not accepted as official and cannot be utilized to evaluate or issue transfer credit.
Current NWU Students will receive a "Transfer Credits Posted" confirmation message via NWU student email approximately 7-10 business days after receipt of an official transcript for transfer credit. Prospective NWU Students should work directly their designated Admissions Counselor to navigate the transfer process.
Transfer course equivalencies from local colleges may be found on WebAdvisor (may use Guests menu).
Advanced Placement (AP)
Students may earn college credit for satisfactory performance on AP tests. Please send an official score report directly from the College Board to NWU. Refer to WebAdvisor (may use Guests menu) for the list of required AP test scores to earn NWU course credits.
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Students who have participated in an International Baccalaureate program may earn up to 32 college credits at Nebraska Wesleyan. Credit is granted for those who receive an IB diploma with a score of 30 or higher and have no score less than four in any one of the six examination groups, or for those who have achieved a score of five to seven in individual IB courses taken at the Higher Level (HL). Please send an official score report from IBO directly to NWU.
College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Students may earn college credit for satisfactory performance on CLEP tests. An official score report sent directly to NWU from the College Board is required. Refer to WebAdvisor (may use Guests menu) for the list of required CLEP test scores to earn NWU course credits.