If you are planning to transfer to or from MACC, use this site to take the next steps to achieve your college education goals. Here you will find course equivalencies, exam equivalencies, transfer agreements, and transfer guides.
Transfer Credit to MACC
MACC’s transfer policy is in place to allow for smooth transfer of credits. Transfer students must submit official transcripts to the Registrar for evaluation. Transfer credit from any postsecondary institution is considered if regional, national, professional and/or specialized accreditation has been awarded and recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education or the Council of Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
Transfer Credit Evaluation
Each course is evaluated by the Registrar and the Dean of Academic Affairs or the Dean of Workforce Development and Technical Education to determine whether it is one of the following:
Transfer credit for any course is only granted for passing grades. Grades earned in courses taken at other institutions that have been approved for transfer credit are included in students’ MACC cumulative grade point averages.
In general, college courses are not accepted from another college/university if taken at the junior/senior level. The only exception to this would be courses that have a direct equivalent to one of our classes (i.e. Accounting Principles is sometimes taught at the 300-level at area universities).
Certain MACC programs may have specific requirements regarding the repeating of courses. Please see the specific program page for more information (MACC Degrees and Certificates).
Transfer Credit to Other Institutions
Educational requirements vary from one institution to another. For this reason, it is extremely important that students who plan to transfer to another institution work closely with an MACC Advisor in planning their course schedule. In addition, the information below can help guide you as you prepare for the transfer process.
What are the Advantages of Graduating from MACC Before You Transfer?
Transferring to another institution after you complete your degree is much more seamless than transferring without your degree. MACC has articulation (transfer) agreements with many institutions which allow you to transfer all credits completed, enter the transfer institution as a junior, and complete your bachelor’s degree on time.
Students who complete their degree before transferring typically do better academically after transferring to a four-year college or university.
Transfer students who have completed their two-year degree are often eligible for transfer scholarships that may amount to thousands of dollars.
Earning a two-year degree may afford you the opportunity to earn more. Many employers prefer potential employees who have earned a degree and will often make salary adjustments based on having completed a degree.
Completing a degree demonstrates commitment, dedication, and follow-through. All of these attributes are important to potential employers and transfer institutions.