Transient Course Work
Students from other institutions attending BW:
The University may admit a student who has a 2.0 GPA and is in good standing at another institution for specific course work at Baldwin Wallace. This course work may apply toward a degree at the student's home institution, based upon regulations at that institution. A transient student application form is available from the Office of Admission and must be submitted for each semester of enrollment.
BW students attending other institutions:
Baldwin Wallace University students may be approved to attend another accredited institution during any academic term and transfer credits to their degree programs at the University. A Transient Student Permit Form must be obtained from the Office of Registration and Records. Students must be in good academic standing at the University. Course selections must be approved by both the academic department chairperson in whose department the course work will apply and the Registrar of the University.
Students completing courses which are listed in the respective Transfer Guides do not need to obtain departmental approval.
Students are required to complete their last 32 semester hours of course work in residence at Baldwin Wallace. Special requests for transient status in the last 32 semester hours must be approved by the Registrar. Transient course work transferred to the University is subject to all policies and provisions governing transfer course work stated in the University Catalog. A transient student may not enroll in more credits at another institution than normally could be completed at Baldwin Wallace University in a comparable time period.
Students generally may not be enrolled in two institutions during the same semester without approval of the Registrar or enrollment in the Cross Registration program endorsed by the University.