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St. Clair County Community College provides the freshmen and sophomore courses needed to fulfill requirements for those students planning to transfer to a senior college or university to complete a bachelor's degree. Most transfer institutions prefer that students select courses leading to the Associate in Arts (AA), Science (AS), Engineering (AE) or Business (AB) degree. However, credits for the Associate in Applied Arts and Science (AAS) degrees may be transferred, depending upon the major area of study and the transfer institution of choice.
The transferability of SC4 courses may vary among transfer institutions. Therefore, it is important for transfer students to identify their transfer institution early in their freshman year.
TRANSFER STUDENT TIPS
MACRAO STATEWIDE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY TRANSFER AGREEMENT
SC4 is a member of the Michigan statewide transfer agreement between community and four-year public or private colleges and universities of Michigan. The MACRAO (Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers) Agreement helps simplify the transfer of credit for SC4 students. The agreement stipulates that 30 semester credit hours of 100 level and above, compatible, general course work will be granted smooth transferability to participating universities. Credits will be awarded towards a student's general education requirements.
Students completing the following MACRAO Agreement requirements must request in the SC4 Enrollment Services office to have their transcript listed as "MACRAO Agreement Satisfied."
Note: Courses taken in each group must be in more than one subject area (with the exception of English Composition).
For a list of senior colleges and universities that have signed the MACRAO Agreement, visit www.macrao.org.
SPECIAL ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS WITH SENIOR INSTITUTIONS
Additional transfer guides and articulation agreements from colleges and universities may be available for occupational classes/programs. For additional information call (810) 989-5747. The following articulation agreements are in place:
St. Clair County Community College University Center
HIGH SCHOOL ARTICULATION
St. Clair County Community College is committed to providing a variety of methods for granting college credit for competencies and skills attained outside of the traditional college classroom. This process is called articulation. Articulation agreements exist between St. Clair County Community College and the following high schools and secondary technical education centers:
High school students should contact the counseling office at their local high school or technical education center to obtain the most updated information regarding the articulation of credits to the college.
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