I’ll Help You Transfer
I’m Janneice, your recruiter and guide as you transfer to Trinity Washington University. I’ll help you transfer your existing credits, and tell you about our great scholarships and financial aid options, and introduce you to your academic advisor. Call me anytime at 202-884-9413, but to get started, complete this quick form.
Transferring is a Big Decision!
At Trinity Washington University, you’ll develop academically, physically, mentally, and socially! No matter where you are in your academic journey, the Trinity DC team supports you through the transition, making the process as smooth as possible.
Generous Scholarships are Available
Transfer students who apply now and enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences may be awarded up to $15,000 through the Trinity Leadership Scholarship that renews every year you attend Trinity and remain in good standing.
Trinity offers a quality education for a fraction of the costs when compared to other private institutions in the Washington, DC area.
Trinity offers online classes you can take from anywhere, as well as classroom experiences at the our beautiful campus in Northeast Washington, DC, located minutes from the metro and historical monuments.
Gain the hands-on skills and experience that employers seek! Trinity offers learning opportunities outside of the classroom such as our study abroad program, summer research awards, internships.
Trinity accepts up to 75 transfer credits.
Our flexible approach helps you transfer as many credits as possible from other schools you may have attended.
Take advantage of our online transfer credit database below to get a jumpstart on determining which credits will transfer.
Use Your Associate’s Degree Credits
If you already have your associate’s degree, you can seamlessly apply that credit to your new bachelor’s degree program without starting over.
We Work With You
Even if you don’t have your associate’s degree, we’ll help you get the most credits transferred so you can continue your education at Trinity Washington University.
The pathway to your bachelor’s degree is seamless when transferring credits from many local community colleges, including:
- College of Southern Maryland
- Howard Community College
- Montgomery College
- Prince George’s Community College