Transfer from Waukesha County Technical College
Apply Your Qualifying Transfer Credits from Community College to a Bachelor’s Degree
Waukesha County Technical College has collaborated with DeVry University to help its graduates continue their education by applying transfer credits from community college toward a DeVry bachelor’s degree program at DeVry University. Use this Transfer Guide and speak with a DeVry representative today to help plan your transfer.
Classes Start Every 8 Weeks
Keep your momentum going by continuing your community college education toward a Bachelor's degree at DeVry. Start building on your qualifying previous coursework today.
Get Clarity with a Transcript Evaluation
Our team can quickly evaluate your academic transcripts or military JST and apply the maximum number of qualifying transfer credits (up to 60 semester-credit hours) from Waukesha County Technical College directly toward your DeVry program, potentially saving you time and money.
Contact your admissions representative to learn about these additional opportunities and view the Transfer Guide below to help start planning your transfer.
Student Grants, Loans and Other Awards1
Financial aid options may be available to those who apply and qualify. We have student support advisors ready to help you identify your options for funding your education and sources of aid you may qualify for. They can even help you understand the financial aid application process and help you incorporate your qualifying transfer credits into a personalized financial plan.
Waived Application Fee
The application fee may be waived for qualifying students to help make it easier for you to take that first step.
DeVry Opportunity Grant2
This grant may be an award you can take advantage of to offset college expenses early on.
More Benefits to Help You Get Where You’re Going
Care and attention from a dedicated support team encourages your academic success, and Career Services advisors are committed to helping you connect with new opportunities and employers once you transfer from Waukesha County Technical College to DeVry University.
A program-specific education lets you study a curriculum intended to prepare you for real-world demands—whether you’re learning on campus, online or in one of our 20+ extended classrooms.
Request a Transcript Evaluation
Learn more about DeVry’s programs and specializations and the flexibility students enjoy in their pursuit of a degree after graduating from Waukesha County Technical College. Contact an admissions representative to learn more about DeVry and to request a transcript evaluation; they will talk you through how many qualifying credits from Waukesha County Technical College or elsewhere you may already have toward your degree program.Request Info
1Students may participate in only one DeVry University-based scholarship, grant or group tuition benefit program at a time. Those who qualify for more than one program will be presumed to accept the program with the highest reduction in by-session cost. Students who qualify for and prefer a different tuition benefit program must confirm, in writing, the alternate program in which they wish to participate prior to starting classes at DeVry. Scholarship and grant terms and eligibility conditions are subject to change. Scholarships are available to those who apply and qualify.
2The DeVry University Opportunity Grant will be available in the 2021-2022 school year (July 2021 – May 2022) to new and readmit students who meet merit and need-based qualifications. Subject to approval, use requirements, program level and availability of funds. Specific eligibility criteria applies. This grant cannot be used in combination with any other offer or award or group-specific tuition rate. Full details at https://www.devry.edu/tuition-financial-aid/financial-aid/scholarships-grants.html
*Once you are accepted and all requirements have been met, you may enroll in a campus or online course. Prerequisites and placement standards must be met before enrolling in the course. Other requirements may apply. Contact admissions for additional information.
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