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  • BW Baldwin Wallace College

Transfer

Dual Admission

Application Process

Dual Admission - cross the bridge while you're building it!

If your plan is to begin at Tri-C and build a success bridge to Baldwin Wallace, this is a great way to start.  Students may be admitted to the Dual Admission Program directly out of high school depending on the strength of their academic program and performance.  Students with less than 25 transferable college credits are encouraged to apply to the program.  In addition, students with more than 25 transferable credits may be considered on a case-by-case basis. 

Once accepted into the Dual Admission Program, students must complete a minimum of 25 transferable Tri-C credits, a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5, and have completed ENG 1010, ENG 1020 and either MATH 1270/1280 or MATH 1250 (depending on major) to be guaranteed degree-seeking admission to BW. Dual Admission candidates are encouraged to complete an Associate’s degree at Tri-C.

How to Apply and Enroll

  • Complete Tri-C's application for admission along with BW’s supplemental Dual Admission application and return both to the Tri-C Enrollment Center, along with the appropriate transcripts. 
  • Once all information is received, you will receive notification of admission to the program.
  • After completion of coursework at Tri-C, you will need to update you information when you enter BW to complete the bachelor’s degree program. 

Meet with a Dual Admission Counselor

At any time, feel free to contact any of the Dual Admission counselors to set up an individual meeting or ask questions:

Joyce J. Cendroski

Director of Undergraduate Admission/Transfer Coordinator
Baldwin Wallace University
440-826-8004
jcendros@bw.edu
 

Janna Whitaker

Sr. Assistant Director of Admission
Adult & Graduate Education
Baldwin Wallace University
440-826-8010
jwhitake@bw.edu 
 

Patricia Sweeney

Admissions Counselor
Cuyahoga Community College
216-987-5159
patricia.sweeney@tri-c.edu