Airport Shuttle Info- for students arriving from out-of-state to visit or attend their first quarter at CWU.
Please consult the department chair for various methods of making the most efficient transfer to CWU on the 1+3 model.
The purpose of the Dual Admission program is to provide a smooth and successful transition for the student from a participating community or technical college to Central Washington University (CWU). Students who participate in the program are considered fully admitted to the community or technical college and conditionally admitted to CWU. They will benefit from access to resources at both institutions during their academic career and be better prepared to transition into their baccalaureate program. The CWU $50 admission application fee and the $100 confirmation deposit will be waived.
Transfer Academic Program Plans (TAPP)
|Bellevue College||Columbia Basin College|
|Clark College||Edmonds Community College|
|North Seattle Community College||Seattle Central Community College|
|Spokane Falls Community College||Shoreline Community College|
|Skagit Valley Community College||South Puget Sound Community College|
If you school is not listed, please feel free to contact the department chair. We continue to work on expanding our TAPP partnerships.
The William O. Douglas Honors College (DHC) is Central's interdisciplinary program for academically talented students.
Incoming transfer students interested in the Upper-Division Scholarship Experience may also apply to the William O. Douglas Honors College. Admission is granted to transfer students who demonstrate excellence in academic achievement in post-secondary coursework.
A bit of Broadway comes to Ellensburg with the Red Curtain Broadway Revue, an evening of favorites fTheatre And War: The Campaign To Win Vietnamese Hearts And Minds
Sometimes “water-cooler talk” can develop into something much more profound. That's what Jay BaCWU Graduate Student To Direct "Look Back In Anger"
Joshua Kelly, a CWU theatre arts master's degree candidate, is directing Look Back in Anger for The