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Transfer From Dallas County Community College District

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Transfer Honor Roll badge imageBaldwin Wallace University and Dallas County Community College District are committed to helping students build a bridge from DCCCD to BW. A maximum of 62 semester hours may transfer from two-year or community colleges. Courses transferred from DCCCD count directly toward your major or minor, core requirements, or electives - and all are valuable credit toward the minimum 120 credits needed to graduate. All approved courses with a grade of C or better will transfer to Baldwin Wallace, given that they fall within the academic scope and level of BW's programs. Grades of C- or below do not transfer.


Baldwin Wallace's Associate to Bachelor's Program (A2BW) accepts your entire associate's degree toward the bachelor's degree at BW. A2BW ensures that you earn maximum transfer credit and streamlines completion of your bachelor's degree. You will enroll at BW as a college junior, entering directly into your major and minor courses. The following associate degrees qualify for A2BW consideration:

  • Associate of Arts
  • Associate of Science
  • Associate of Applied Business
  • Associate of Applied Science

To learn how your associate degree counts toward a Baldwin Wallace bachelor's degree, contact the Admission Office at 440-826-8012 and talk with a transfer counselor or email


Baldwin Wallace University offers transfer scholarships ranging from $7,000-11,000 per year, a $1,000 Associate Award, and a $1,000 Phi Theta Kappa Award. Additional scholarships may also be available. Learn more about transfer scholarships and financial aid.

International students may be eligible for the John Baldwin Scholarship. This award may be up to $15,000 based on academic achievement, leadership/service involvement and effective communication.


Talk with a Transfer Counselor! We'll review your DCCCD courses, show you what will transfer, answer your questions, and tell you all about the BW experience. Admission counselors also periodically visit DCCCD and would love to meet with you during our next visit to Texas!