Joint Admissions Program
The Joint Admissions Program is offered in collaboration with the following community colleges: Berkshire, Greenfield, Holyoke and Springfield Technical. The program is designed to facilitate the transfer of students earning an associates degree from a designated community college. Participating students must earn a minimum 2.3 cumulative grade point average (based on a 4.0 scale in one of the designated majors), and either the associate degree or a minimum of sixty (60) semester hours. Students are subject to the same transfer credit restrictions that apply to traditional applicants.
What are the benefits of the program?
- You will have a structured plan to help facilitate your transfer to Western New England University that includes advisement opportunities with a Western New England University representative while you are enrolled at your community college.
- Ultimately you will earn your bachelor's degree from Western New England University.
Are scholarships available?
Transfer Merit Scholarships for Fall 2022
Students who have at least a 3.76 GPA will be considered for a $20,000 merit scholarship. Students with a 3.46 to 3.75 GPA will be considered for an $18,000 merit scholarship, 3.01 to 3.45 GPA will be considered for a $16,000 merit scholarship and students with a 2.71 to 3.0 will be considered for a $14,000 merit scholarship. Students who are accepted with a GPA below a 2.71 will be considered on a case-by-case basis for a $12,000 success grant.
Transfer Merit Scholarships for Spring 2022
Students who have at least a 3.50 cumulative GPA will be considered for our highest transfer award of $18,000 and students with a GPA between 2.5 and 3.49 will be considered for our $13,000 scholarship. Students who are accepted with a GPA below a 2.5 will be considered on a case-by-case basis for an $11,000 grant.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
We also offer an additional $2,000 to students who are members of Phi Theta Kappa at their community college and have a 2.50 or higher composite GPA from all institutions previously attended.
After you decide to enroll at your community college...
- Work with the transfer counselor at your community college.
- Review our catalogue at www.wne.edu/catalogue
- Contact the Admissions Office at Western New England University with questions
- Attend advisement sessions hosted at your college by a Western New England University representative