Ferris State University

  • View the Ferris State University home page.
  • View general information for transfer students.
  • View the Transfer Credit Policy. Note that only courses with a grade of “C” or higher will transfer.
  • Creating a transfer guide takes several steps. First view and print the General Education Requirements for Bachelor Degrees. You can fill the general education categories using the provided course list. Next, select your program of study. Students transferring from Moraine Valley will primarily focus on the “Bachelor” level degrees. Select from Applied Science, Arts, Integrative Studies, Science, or Social Work. From there, select your specific major. This page displays any special admission requirements, graduation requirements, and the course list. Print this page. Once you have these course lists, you can use this Transfer Credit Equivalency database to translate the Ferris State courses into Moraine Valley course codes. Select Moraine Valley from the “out of state” section. This list is searchable by subject.
  • Coordinate your transfer course selection with Moraine Valley’s Educational Planning Guide (Associate in Arts | Associate in Science) to complete your associate’s degree while meeting your transfer requirements.
  • Apply for Transfer Scholarship opportunities.
  • Request additional information about Ferris State University or schedule a visit.

Hawaii Pacific University

  • View the Hawaii Pacific University home page.
  • View general information for transfer students.
  • View policies regarding transfer credits. Note that Hawaii Pacific requires a grade of “C” or better to award transfer credit.
  • View Transfer Requirements, including additional requirements for the following majors: Marine Biology, Oceanography, Environmental Science, and Nursing.
  • To create a transfer guide, first select your program of study. Then locate and print your “Degree Requirements” or “Sample 4-Year Plan.” This will be presented differently depending on major. Most often you will find this in a menu on the right side of the page. These documents will show you a list of courses required for your major. Once you have the course list for your major, you can use this Course Equivalency Reference to translate the Hawaii Pacific courses into Moraine Valley course codes. This list covers most general education courses and popular major electives.
  • Be sure to coordinate your transfer course selection with Moraine Valley’s Educational Planning Guide to complete your associate’s degree while meeting your transfer requirements.
  • Apply for Transfer Scholarship opportunities.
  • Request additional information about Hawaii Pacific University or schedule a visit.

Iowa State University

  • View the Iowa State University home page.
  • View general information for transfer students.
  • View the Transfer Credit Policy. Note that Iowa State University accepts grades of “D,” however, some departments may require a “C” or higher in select courses as graduation requirements for your major.
  • Iowa State uses a Transfer Credit Equivalency system called TRANSIT. Once you have created an account (or used the time-limited guest feature), you can enter courses you have completed at Moraine Valley and other colleges into TRANSIT. Select “Next” if you wish to add degrees you have completed. Otherwise, select “Transfer Evaluation.” This will return a table with equivalencies. Once you have your equivalencies, you can choose to run a degree audit on your intended major. Unfortunately, there is no general list available to students to see how all courses from Moraine Valley will transfer to Iowa State. If you want to see how a course you are considering taking at Moraine Valley will transfer, you will have to enter it into TRANSIT and submit it for evaluation. You can view the Course Equivalency Guidelines to better understand the equivalency codes TRANSIT displayed. If you generated a degree audit and aren’t sure how to interpret it, you could refer to Iowa State’s “Four-Year Plans.” Select your department from the menu on the left. Then select your major. This will return a suggested four-year plan of study. You can then coordinate the results of your transfer credit evaluation with the courses on this list. Selecting a course in the Four-Year Plan will display a course title and description which can help you to more easily find possible matches in the Moraine Valley course catalog.
  • Apply for Transfer Scholarship opportunities.
  • Request additional information about Iowa State University or schedule a visit.

Loras College

  • View the Loras College home page.
  • To create a transfer guide, first locate your program of study. Select “Major Requirements” from the menu on the left. This will display a list of required courses. Print this page. Next, you can use this list of Transfer Equivalencies to translate the Loras courses into Moraine Valley course codes. The list is limited and some courses are flagged as “Not Transferrable.” It is strongly recommended that students interested in transferring to Loras, contact the Transfer Coordinator as directed at the top of this list.
  • Be sure to coordinate your transfer course selection with Moraine Valley’s Educational Planning Guide to complete your associate’s degree while meeting your transfer requirements.
  • Apply for Transfer Scholarship opportunities.
  • Request additional information about Loras College or schedule a visit.

Milwaukee School of Engineering

  • View the Milwaukee School of Engineering home page.
  • View general information for transfer students. The “Requirements” tab outlines the admission requirements for business, engineering, civil engineering, nursing, and math.
  • To create a transfer, first select your intended major from the list of Academic Programs. Then select the “Program Details” tab. Then select to “View the Academic Catalog” at the end of the program details. This will return a list of required courses with a suggested program of study. Print this page. Next, you can use this Transfer Manual to translate the Milwaukee courses into Moraine Valley course codes.
  • Be sure to coordinate your transfer course selection with Moraine Valley’s Educational Planning Guide to complete your associate’s degree while meeting your transfer requirements.
  • Apply for Transfer Scholarship opportunities up to $10,000.
  • Learn more about Milwaukee School of Engineering or schedule a visit.

Purdue University Northwest

St. Norbert College

University of Iowa

  • View the University of Iowa home page.
  • View general information for transfer students.
  • View the Transfer Policy. Disregard the information on Articulation Agreements, as this applies primarily to community colleges in Iowa.
  • View specific admission requirements in your area of study
    Business
    Education
    Engineering
    Liberal Arts & Sciences
    Medicine
    Nursing
    Pharmacy
  • To create a transfer guide for the University of Iowa, first select your program of study. You can scroll down the page to see if there are any specific “Transfer Requirements.” For most majors, you can select the “General Catalog” Link on the right-side menu. This page will display a list of required courses for your major. There may be a separate link for the general education requirements for each academic department (business, liberal arts, etc). Once you have your list of required courses, you can use the Transfer Institution Search to translate Iowa courses into Moraine Valley course codes. Select Moraine Valley from the “transfer institution” list. Then select your major’s department from the “UI College” list. You can then select “all courses” in that department or filter by subject. See the “Directions” at the bottom of the page for more information. Then select the “Search” button to return an equivalency chart. Match courses from this chart with courses on your printed documents to create a Moraine Valley transfer guide.

University of Kentucky

  • View the University of Kentucky home page.
  • View general information for transfer students.
  • View the Transfer Policy. Note that while University of Kentucky accepts transfer credit with grades of “D” in general, individual departments/majors may not. Students may transfer up to 67 credits from community colleges.
  • To create a transfer guide, first select your intended major. A PDF will load with a list of required coursework. Print this page. Next, use the Transfer Evaluation System to translate University of Kentucky courses into Moraine Valley course codes. Use the search box to locate Moraine Valley. This will return a list of course equivalencies. View an explanation of the transfer course codes to better understand the evaluation process
  • Be sure to coordinate your transfer course selection with Moraine Valley’s Educational Planning Guide to complete your associate’s degree while meeting your transfer requirements.
  • Apply for Transfer Scholarship opportunities.
  • Request additional information about University of Kentucky or schedule a visit.

University of Michigan

  • View the University of Michigan home page.
  • View general information for transfer students.
  • View Transfer Credit Policies. Note that University of Michigan only accepts grades of “C” or higher.
  • To create a transfer guide for University of Michigan, select your intended major. The following page differs for each major. You will want to locate and print a list of required courses. Once you have printed your course list, you can use the Transfer Credit Equivalency Search to translate University of Michigan courses into Moraine Valley course codes. Select Illinois from the “State” list on the left, then Moraine Valley from the box on the right. You can apply other optional filters such as “School Type” or even search for a specific course title. When you have entered the desired fields, select “Search.” This will display a list of equivalencies.
  • Be sure to coordinate your transfer course selection with Moraine Valley’s Educational Planning Guide to complete your associate’s degree while meeting your transfer requirements.
  • Apply for scholarship opportunities.
  • Request additional information about University of Michigan or schedule a visit.

University of Wisconsin – Madison

  • View the University of Wisconsin—Madison home page.
  • View general information for transfer students.
  • View the Transfer Credit Policy. Note that University of Wisconsin accepts up to 72 hours of community college credit.
  • View the Entrance Requirements for Undergraduate Majors. This lists any special course requirements, minimum GPAs, and whether or not the program requires an additional application. You can also load and print your 4-Year Plan for many majors from this page. For all other programs, search for degree requirements by major. Once you have a list of courses, you can use the Transfer Equivalency Database to translate University of Wisconsin courses into Moraine Valley course codes.  In “Step #1,” select Moraine Valley from the dropdown box. Select the subject areas you would like to see equivalencies for. A popup box will appear listing courses with these prefixes at Moraine Valley. Check the desired boxes. Once you have selected all your transfer courses, select “Submit.” This will return a list of transfer equivalencies. Learn more about the general education requirements at University of Wisconsin. The Transfer Equivalency Database indicates which courses can be used for the various general education categories. Read the guidelines for identifying these courses.
  • Be sure to coordinate your transfer course selection with Moraine Valley’s Educational Planning Guide to complete your associate’s degree while meeting your transfer requirements.
  • Apply for scholarship opportunities.
  • Request additional information about University of Wisconsin—Madison or schedule a visit.

Wayne State University – Michigan

  • View the Wayne State University home page.
  • View general information for transfer students.
  • If you are pursuing one of the following majors, view the special admission requirements:
  • Wayne State accepts up to 64 semester credits from community colleges.
  • View Frequently Asked Questions about the transfer credit evaluation process.
  • To create a transfer guide, first select your Academic Program. This will direct you to a broad range of information about the program. The content displayed will vary by major. You want to locate a list of courses. Common areas to look under are “degree requirements” or a “four-year plan.” Print this page. If your program only shows 300/400 level major courses, you will also need to view and print the general education requirements. The Transfer Credit Evaluation guide displays how Moraine Valley courses transfer into Wayne State University. You can use this guide to translate the courses on your printed documents into Moraine Valley course codes. You can view the entire list or search for specific course prefixes such as “COM” and by “General Education Attribute.”
  • Be sure to coordinate your transfer course selection with Moraine Valley’s Educational Planning Guide to complete your associate’s degree while meeting your transfer requirements.
  • Apply for Transfer Scholarship opportunities.
  • Request additional information about Wayne State University or schedule a visit.