Starting your bachelor's degree at SCTCC is a smart choice. Whether you're just starting or ready to transfer, the info below will help you in the transfer process. And as always, meet with your Advisor if you have questions.
At SCTCC, you get personalized advising for general education programs and help planning your transfer within or outside the Minnesota State system.
You also can get help with career development, admissions processes, and other important information. Remember that pre-transfer advising is by appointment only. Schedule a meeting with your advisor to update your educational plan by following the steps here.
The Transfer Fair is available each spring semester. This is a great time to visit with more than 20 colleges and universities to learn more about transfer options.
SCSU Campus Tours
Tours at St. Cloud State University are available for all students throughout the academic year. Transportation will be provided, but you need to register to take part, so make sure to save your spot as soon as possible!
If you plan to get a bachelor's degree and beyond after your time at SCTCC, having a transfer plan early is key because every class will make a difference in how you move forward. Download a fillable PDF of each checklist where you can check off items and keep notes.
These checklists are also available on D2L!
- How many credits are required to complete my transfer application?
- Do I need to declare a major when I apply?
- If I transfer in the middle of the academic year, will that affect my federal student loan eligibility?
- What types of internships are available?
Download a list of questions you should review before meeting with your transfer college rep.
If you’re in one of SCTCC’s technical or professional programs – an AAS or AS – an articulation agreement means the classes you take for that program can transfer from SCTCC to a university toward a specific major.
For example, the architecture program at SCTCC has an articulation agreement with Minnesota State University Moorhead for their Construction Management bachelor’s degree. MSUM accepts architecture classes on top of any general education classes from SCTCC to count toward the bachelor’s degree.
The Minnesota Transfer website can help you figure out which SCTCC programs have articulation agreements with which universities or four-year colleges in Minnesota.
What if you’re planning on transferring to a college in a different state? And sometimes your classes can transfer even without an articulation agreement.
Use Transferology to find out how your credits will transfer - you will also get program info, course descriptions, and equivalent courses at other schools.
Another thing Transferology will do for you is figure out if credits will transfer back to your school. For instance, if you want to take a summer class at a college closer to home, it will tell you which class you need to take that will match what you need at the college you’re attending.
View the Transferology website for more information.
Transfer Options at SCTCC
AA? Minnesota Transfer Curriculum? Transfer Pathway? At SCTCC, you have several options for starting out your bachelor's degree.