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Rankings & Recognition


Ranked among the “Best Regional Universities in the Midwest” for 16 consecutive years — U.S. News & World Report


Ranked among the “Best Midwestern Colleges” for 17 years — The Princeton Review


Named a “Military Friendly® School”


for 10 consecutive years — G.I. Jobs magazine


Ranked #1 among “Best Online


Colleges Offering Bachelor’s in Law Enforcement Degrees” — OnlineU.com


School of Agriculture recognized as a five-time national title holder in the College Aggies Online competition — Animal Agriculture Alliance


WIU Transfers At A Glance


46% of our student population is made up of transfer students. To provide the best possible transfer experience for our students, WIU offers:


• Transfer Admissions Guarantee: The TAG program offers guaranteed admission to students who transfer from an accredited institution.


• $10 million in scholarships: Transfer students with a GPA of 2.5 or higher automatically receive a $2,500 scholarship. The Leatherneck Visitor Scholarship awards students $1,000 if they attend an event with Undergraduate Admissions, and Phi Theta Kappa awards its members a $1,000 scholarship.


• 2+2 degree plans: We help provide a seamless transfer experience from our partner schools, allowing you to earn your bachelor’s degree in only two more years.


• Financial aid: Transfer students are eligible for several types of financial aid, including grants, scholarships, student employment, and loans.


“ When looking at universities, I chose Western due to its financial compatibility. I received a lot of scholarships, and the locked-in tuition rate made all the difference.”


— Kat Davis


“ Western offered a great opportunity for the field I wanted to go into. I transferred to Western and it felt like home. It was a great fit for me.” — Evan Baker


“ Transferring to WIU from a community college couldn’t have been easier. Western provided a lot of resources and personalized help to make the transition process smooth, so I was ready to roll the first day of class.” — Erbin Zejnuloski


“ When I came to Western, I liked how much diversity I saw. Western is a family. Everybody is close. The faculty and staff are helpful, and the students are a diverse population. Everybody can fit in.”


— Tatum Butler-Hill


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