Webster is excited to share a new transfer equivalency site, which will help you understand how previous college credits may transfer to the University.
Please consider the following when using the transfer equivalency database:
- All information found in the database must be considered unofficial. Official evaluations of transfer credit are completed by the Registrar's office once students are admitted to Webster and official transcripts are received.
- Webster University strives to provide the most current and accurate information available, which subjects this database to frequent revisions. New schools and additional courses are added on a regular basis.
- If you do not find a course listed in the database, this does not indicate the course will not transfer. It simply means the course has not yet been reviewed to be included in the database.
- Not all transfer credit applies in the same manner for all degrees. Information concerning how credits will apply to your specific degree program must be addressed by your transfer counselor and/or academic advisor. Program-specific transfer guides and articulation agreements may be helpful as well.
- Webster accepts transfer credit from accredited colleges/universities, provided the credit is college-level. A maximum of 98 total credit hours is transferrable, unless that includes a significant amount of lower-division work. For more information, please see Webster's transfer credit policies.
Once you have read and understand the above, please continue to the Transfer Equivalency Database.
For first-time users, please click here for instructions on how to navigate this database.
Download the Webster University Transfer Guide for complete details on how you can take your community college credits and apply them to your bachelor's degree!