Wisconsin Lutheran College signs transfer agreement with UW Colleges
Date Posted: March 10, 2010
MADISON – Wisconsin Lutheran College has entered into an articulation (transfer) agreement with the University of Wisconsin Colleges as WLC President Dr. Daniel W. Johnson and Provost Dr. John Kolander met with UW Colleges officials Tuesday, March 9 in Madison.
Wisconsin Lutheran will ensure acceptance into its baccalaureate program of any associate degree graduate from a UW College who has earned a 2.5 or higher GPA. UW College transfer students will receive academic credit at WLC for all college-level courses applied toward the requirements of the associate degree with a grade of C or higher.
"This agreement paves the way for UW College students to more easily transfer to WLC to complete a bachelor's degree," said Kolander. "We welcome these students to our campus, where they can choose from 33 majors while enjoying small class sizes and all the advantages of being in Milwaukee."
For more information about these transfer opportunities, which are also called articulation agreements, students should consult with the WLC Admissions Office at (414) 443-8811 or the admissions office at a UW System institution.
Wisconsin Lutheran College is an independent Christian college in Milwaukee that is recognized for its academic excellence and Christian leadership tenets. To learn more, please visit wlc.edu.