Transfer Honors Student Application


There are a limited number of spots in the Honors College available for transfer students from other institutions through the lateral-entry program. Admitted students take 4 Honors seminars and earn an Honors certificate while also satisfying all their Westminster general education requirements (WCore). Applicants must have successfully completed at least 2 general-education classes for which they receive WCore credit before starting classes in the Honors College.

How to Apply

Step 1: Apply for admission to Westminster

Step 2: Apply to the Honors College

Transfer applicants must be accepted to Westminster College before being considered for Honors.

Application Deadline

May 15, 2020

Final deadline

Lateral-Entry

Transfer applicants are eligible for a $5,000 Honors Lateral Entry Academic Excellence Scholarship.

Apply for the Honors Lateral-Entry Scholarship.

Due May 15, 2020

Emma

I became interested in the Honors College based on its incredibly interactive, creative, and challenging educational structure. I was fortunate to carry the lateral-entry option forward and develop this avenue.

Tim Lindgren ('17)

Tim Lindgren has traveled the world competing as a professional skier. His love for the sport—and his pursuit of an exceptional education—brought him to Westminster on an athletics scholarship.

Tim was drawn to the accumulation of very driven students within the Honors College, as well as the educational format and faculty. Through his work within the Honors College, Tim participated in the Oxford Consortium on Human Rights “In and After Conflict” Conference, attended the Oxford Consortium/UN Workshop on Human Rights and Development, and presented research at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. Tim has also authored 1 chapter for the forthcoming book Cultural Perspectives on Human Rights and published an essay on ecocide for The International Journal of Human Rights.

After graduating from the Honors College, Tim completed his master’s degree in international law at SOAS University of London and is now working on his law degree at the University of Melbourne.