The Interstate Passport Network welcomes its newest member, University of Wyoming (UW) in Laramie, Wyoming. The Network now encompasses 28 institutions across 10 states and is aiming for comprehensive national coverage. Founded in 1886, UW is the only public, four-year university in the state of Wyoming. It is a land-grant research institution and provides numerous bachelor’s degree programs in athletics, humanities, sciences, and engineering as well as several certificates and endorsements. UW has a low student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1 and offers several scholarship opportunities, including some for both resident and non-resident transfer students.
“The University of Wyoming is thrilled to be joining the Interstate Passport Network and provide this incredible service to our students,” said Kyle Moore, associate vice provost for enrollment management. “This opportunity allows us to better align lower-division general education learning outcomes with partner schools, improving the transfer process. Quicker evaluations of transcripts, reduced duplicate courses, and faster time to degree are exactly the kind of attributes we look forward to extending to students.”