Do you plan to transfer to a four year college or university?
When thinking about transferring, the question is NOT “Will my class transfer?”
BUT IS …
“HOW will my class transfer?
Will this class satisfy a requirement or elective for my desired degree?”
If you are planning on transferring from Kirtland to a four-year college or university, we encourage you to meet with your Kirtland academic advisor. Student Services has information available regarding transfer and/or articulation agreements.
Getting regular advisement from an academic advisor will help you complete course requirements for a Kirtland certificate or degree and prepare for transfer to the college or university of your choice.
To meet with an academic advisor, please call Student Services at 989-275-5000 ext. 280.
If you are planning to transfer FROM Kirtland, the following steps will be helpful for a successful transfer:
Check your progress toward transferring
Meet with a Kirtland academic advisor regularly.
If planning to use the Michigan Transfer Agreement, make sure you are taking the appropriate courses.
Check transfer equivalencies for the courses you take at Kirtland.
Check for potential articulation agreements available at your transfer college/university.
Contact the admissions offices at transfer schools and visit the campus.
Bring a copy of your transcripts when you visit the campus.
Students may obtain their unofficial transcript through myKirtland: Log on to myKirtland -> click on Student tab -> click on Course History page in the left navigation -> Unofficial Transcript portlet -> click on View Unofficial Transcript
Become familiar with the general education requirements for the college/university
Become familiar with the curriculum for your advanced degree
Make a decision
- Establish a relationship with the university transfer coordinator
- Keep records of your discussions and copies of correspondence you send
- Be aware of the cost of attendance and information about your program of study
- Know your chosen college’s application requirements
- Apply for Financial Aid, listing each institution in which you are interested on your FAFSA
- Inquire about scholarships available to transfer students
- Make housing decisions
- Attend any orientation sessions that are offered by the transfer college/university
Click on the following links to connect with websites that may be helpful in your transfer process:
- Michigan Transfer Network: A listing of transfer equivalencies by college/university. If you have a question regarding a specific course equivalency, please contact Renae Klee, Associate Registrar, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- College/University Links: A listing of colleges and universities with direct links to their home page, transfer page, course equivalencies, majors/minors offered and college catalogs.
- All students starting in Fall 2014 or after follow the Michigan Transfer Agreement.
- Transfer Resources for the Michigan Community College Student: A link to the MACRAO pamphlet outlining transfer resources for community college students.
- Reverse Transfer: Did you transfer to a four-year university before you earned your associate degree? Students now have the option to transfer those university credits back to their community college to complete their associate degree through Reverse Transfer!
Is there a question you have that isn’t addressed on our transfer page?
Contact us with your questions or suggestions by sending an email to email@example.com.