The Student Services staff at ICC is an excellent resource for transfer information. Students who would like information about transferring credits to Itasca or to another college or university should call 218-322-2320 or 218-322-2430 to make an appointment to meet with a counselor or an adviser.
College level credits and courses completed at other colleges, universities or institutions are evaluated for transfer to Itasca Community College based on official transcripts received from institutions you previously attended. ICC determines which credits will transfer after careful review of course information.
ICC follows the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities policy 3.21 on undergraduate course credit transfer. Click here for more information on this policy.
Transfer of credit will be considered for college level coursework completed at accredited institutions:
Courses will be considered for transfer after they have been evaluated by ICC's transfer specialist.
Aspects affecting transfer evaluation may include the time lapse of the course work, the equivalency of the coursework, and the technical and general education content of the courses. Students are encouraged to contact the Student Services Office 218-322-2320 should they have any questions regarding the evaluation of transfer credits.
Itasca Community College does award transfer credit for international credit earned at eligible colleges and universities outside of the United States. If you have attended a college or university outside of the United States, you will need to obtain an International Credential Evaluation by contacting one of these International Credential Evaluation Services. These organizations will examine your transcript and prepare a report that will help us understand how your international coursework compares to courses at Itasca Community College. Itasca Community College will accept evaluations performed by any of these agencies; however, you may want to contact more than one of them to compare costs and processing time. It is important that we appropriately grant you credit for your previous studies and this type of evaluation will allow us to do just that.
The following checklist will help you to complete this process:
To learn about your rights and responsibilities as a student related to transfer of credit, please see the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities Board Policy 3.39.
If a students does not agree with the outcome of the course transfer evaluation, a student petition form may be submitted to the Dean of Academic Affairs and Student Services. Students should supply supplemental information needed for review, including a course outline, a syllabus, and the course description. The Dean will confer with the discipline faculty and/or program coordinator. Once a decision is reached, the student will receive the outcome of the petition. If the student is not satisfied with ICC's appeal decision, the student may submit a MNSCU system level appeal form, as explained in MNSCU Board Policy, Procedure 3.21.1.
Students planning to continue their studies through transfer to a two or four-year college or university are strongly encouraged to plan with their counselors or advisors when selecting classes.
For more information about credit transfer at Minnesota State Colleges & Universities institutions, contact a transfer specialist.
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