Transfer Credits

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Once you complete the admission process and return your enrollment contract AND deposit, you will receive your official credit evaluation and specific registration instructions.

Transfer of Credits

  • Credits may be accepted from all properly accredited four-year and two-year institutions recognized by the Council for Higher Education.
  • Generally, a maximum of 72 credits will be accepted from two-year institutions.
  • Transfer coursework from the Wisconsin Technical College System is limited to previously established articulation agreements.
  • Credits NOT accepted for transfer include vocational or unapproved technical, remedial or doctrinal.

Transfer from Specific Schools

Students transferring from one of the following schools in:

WISCONSIN

A UW System institution with an earned associate degree in arts or sciences will have met all university general education requirements.
Madison College
Nicolet Area Technical College
with an earned Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree granted on or after May 7, 2003, will have met all university general education requirements with the EXCEPTION of the Ethnic and Gender Studies requirement.
MATC (Milwaukee) with an earned Associate of Arts (NOT the Associate of Science) degree granted on or after May 7, 2003, will have met all university general education requirements with the EXCEPTION of the Ethnic and Gender Studies requirement.

ILLINOIS

Illinois Community Colleges with an earned associate degree in arts or sciences will have met all university general education requirements.

IOWA

Northeast Iowa Community College with an earned Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree granted on or after Dec. 3, 2003, will have met all university general education requirements with the EXCEPTION of the Ethnic and Gender Studies requirement.
Kirkwood Community College
Eastern Iowa Community College District
with an earned Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree granted on or after Dec. 3, 2008, will have met all university general education requirements with the EXCEPTION of the International Education, Natural Sciences, and Ethnic and Gender Studies requirements.
Hawkeye, Des Moines Area, Southeastern Iowa, Iowa Lakes, Iowa Valley, North Iowa Area, Iowa Central, Indian Hills, Western Iowa, Northwest Iowa, Southwestern Iowa, and Iowa Western with an earned Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree granted on or after May 15, 2013 will have met all university general education requirements with the EXCEPTION of the Ethnic and Gender Studies requirements.

If all coursework was not completed at one of these recognized institutions, credits may not transfer and the associate degree may not satisfy the general education requirements. Articulations with other schools may also exist. For a complete listing of articulation agreements, please visit our WTCS Transfer Agreements.

Transfer students should remember that even though the university general education requirements are considered met, other college or departmental requirements may not have been met. All transfer students should meet with their major advisor or the Transfer Advisor to discuss the transfer process.

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