Wright State is in the process of changing the articulation agreements into transfer guides. Please contact your advisor if you have questions about your transfer plan.
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A transfer guide ensures you are taking courses that will apply to a bachelor's degree at Wright State and include the courses you should take in your final third and fourth year at Wright State. Following one will help ease your transition to Wright State and save you money. Transfer guides may be subject to change. Meet with your academic advisor or faculty advisor to build a plan for you.
If your institution or major is not listed below, contact the Transfer, Transition, and Orientation Center at email@example.com or 937-775-4830 for an individualized plan that will work for you.
How to make the most of your pathway:
- Meet with your community college academic advisor and tell them you want to follow an academic pathway.
- Select the pathway for your intended major, program of study, or academic interest.
- If your program of study is not listed, don’t worry. Meet with your community college advisors and Wright State advisors to help create a plan that works for you.
- Enroll in the courses listed on your academic pathway at your community college.
- Continue to meet with your community college academic advisor. They will join you in tracking your progress and help you enroll in the right courses.
- Meet with your Wright State academic advisor for guidance and support.
- Attend academic enrichment events at Wright State. Watch your email for invitations.
- Early in your final semester of pathway courses, submit your undergraduate Wright State application.
Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways
The Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways (OGTP) program enables students to streamline credit transfer among the state's public institutions of higher education to find the best pathways to completing degrees and launching successful careers. The OGTPs are designed to provide a clearer path to degree completion for students pursuing associate degrees who plan to transfer to an Ohio public university and complete their bachelor’s degree. Find out more at the Ohio Department of Higher Education website.