Our partnership with Westmoreland is also something more—it’s a partnership with you.
That’s why we’ve set it up to be student-centered and streamlined. You can look forward to a smooth transition from Westmoreland to IUP, earning both your degrees while enjoying the many advantages of our new program.
Once you decide to take part in dual admission, you’ll have the option to access IUP facilities and academic resources, like the writing center, advisors, the library, tutoring, and career services. This can enhance your education from day one, while
you are initially enrolled at Westmoreland.
You’ll also have the option to live on the IUP campus and have a meal plan while taking classes at Westmoreland, paying community college tuition.
It’s our way of saying you are a valued member of the IUP family, even before you begin your IUP courses. We believe in you and in where your dreams and hard work will take you.>
If you are enrolled at Westmoreland and complete the IUP/WCCC Dual Enrollment Agreement and are approved, you’ll be given automatic acceptance to IUP, as long as you successfully complete all admission requirements successfully. You won’t need an additional IUP admissions application.
To take the worry out of transferring your hard-earned credits, we have course plans already in place for seamless transfers in a variety of majors. This gives you a clear and direct path from your associate degree to your bachelor’s degree.
Since 2015, more than 330 students from Westmoreland have transferred to IUP to complete their academic studies. From day one, you’ll find friendly staff are ready to help you get past any barriers that get in the way of your success.
The following programs are under the TAOC statewide legislation that guarantees junior standing after completing the corresponding associate degree.
To qualify, students must:
A student is not eligible for dual admissions if: