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Transferring


SCC is a great place to start your education. If you're planning on earning a bachelor's degree, you can take almost all of your general education courses (gen ed) before transferring to a four-year college or university. Usually, this will mean earning your Associate of Arts degreehere at SCC before transferring.We also have articulation agreements (special transfer agreements)for some of our Associate of Science and Associate in Applied Science career programs with other colleges & universities.

Colleges review and change their requirements from time to time, so be sure to check with your SCC Enrollment Specialist to get the absolute most up-to-date information.

View the transfer guidelines for the most popular state colleges & universities (Iowa, ISU,UNI,WIU) that the majority of our students transfer to. Be sure to also check out TransferInIowa.org - an online resource to help you learn how your SCC college credit will apply toward a degree at Iowa State University, University of Northern Iowa, or the University of Iowa.

The following four-year colleges and universities have articulation agreements with SCC. These websitesprovide specific transfer information and/or SCC course equivalencies.

Culver Stockton College - Canton, Missouri
http://www.culver.edu/transfer/transfer-agreements.asp
Academic programs

Hannibal LaGrange College - Hannibal, Missouri
Transfer Equivalencies
Advance

Iowa State University - Ames, Iowa
http://www.admissions.iastate.edu/equiv/
General course equivalencies plus transfer plans for business, engineering, and family and consumer science majors

Iowa Wesleyan College - Mount Pleasant, Iowa
http://www.iwc.edu/transfer
Home page and information on transferring

Mt. Mercy College - Cedar Rapids, Iowa
http://www2.mtmercy.edu/assets/files/admission/TransferGuide.pdf
Information on transferring

Palmer College of Chiropractic - Davenport, Iowa
http://www.palmer.edu/Palmer/Pages/Page.aspx?id=337&libID=357
Home page and information on Prerequisites

Southern Illinois University - Carbondale, Illinois
http://enrollmentapps.siu.edu/articulation/get_state.php
Capstone program for students with AAS degrees

Truman State University - Kirksville, Missouri
http://registrar.truman.edu/transfer/
Transfer course equivalencies

University of Iowa - Iowa City, Iowa
http://www.uiowa.edu/admissions/undergrad/transfer/index.html
Transfer credit policies and course equivalencies

University of Northern Iowa - Cedar Fall, Iowa
http://www.uni.edu/admissions/transfer/
Transfer admissions and course equivalencies

Western Illinois University - Macomb, Illinois
http://www.student.services.wiu.edu/admissions/transfer/
Transfer information and course equivalencies

Drake University - Des Moines, Iowa
http://www.choose.drake.edu/admissions/transfer/admission.asp
Transfer information and course equivalencies

Simpson College - Indianola, Iowa
http://www.simpson.edu/admissions/transfer/creditguide.html
Transfer information and course equivalencies

Upper Iowa University - Fayette, Iowa
Transfer information and course equivalencies


More Transfer Info

The following websites will link you to additional schools that provide information specifically for transfer students.

Central College - Pella, Iowa
http://www.central.edu/admission/transfer/index.html
http://www.central.edu/admission/transfer/TransferEquivalencies.html

Monmouth College - Monmouth, Illinois
http://www.monm.edu/admission/transfer.htm

University of Illinois - Urbana/Champagne, Illinois
http://www.oar.uiuc.edu/future/transfer/index.html


On-Line Degree Completion Programs

The following schools provide information on how to complete a bachelor's degree on-line once you've completed your associate's degree.

Capella University
http://www.capella.edu/about_capella/community_college_list.aspx
On-line bachelor's degree completion

Northwest Missouri State University
On-line BS business completion degrees
On-line BS business completion degrees

University of Phoenix
http://www.phoenix.edu
Online articulation information

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