Are you ready to take your college experience to a whole new level? If you’ve earned your associate’s degree from a community college or you’re a college student looking to make a change, transferring to SMWC will open many doors for your future.
Transfer Open House
WHEN: April 23, 2013
WHERE: SMWC Campus, Rooney Library, Woods Student Center
TIME: 1 - 5 p.m.
- Talk with our transfer coordinator
- Find out about financial aid and scholarships
- Have your college transcript evaluated
- Talk with academic advisors
To register contact Laura Hale.
Transfer students are accepted in both our campus program and distance programs.
Learn more about transfer opportunities
Whether you want a fresh start in a new field of study, or you’re looking for a way to refine and enrich the knowledge and experiences you’ve already gained, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College will help you build on your life and educational achievements. SMWC is committed to making a private college education affordable through a variety of scholarship opportunities. Whether you are planning to transfer to our campus program, which is designed for women who are looking for a traditional college experience, or our Woods Online program, which is available to men and women seeking a flexible distance education alternative, SMWC offers a variety of options to help you manage college costs. We encourage you to get in touch with the Office of Financial Aid for more information on scholarships and low-interest loan programs.
Regardless of which program fits your life, at SMWC, you'll engage in excellent academic programs in majors such as psychology, education, accounting, and computer information systems. You will experience active learning and one-on-one assistance from professors and graduate with a degree of distinction that translates into success. As a transfer student at SMWC, you will have immediate access to SMWC’s Career Development Center. Staff members in the Career Center can assist you with internship placement, resume and cover letter development, interviewing skills, networking, graduate school research, and much more!