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Transferring from Northland

Transferring to Northland College

Learn about things you need to complete before before you transfer from Northland to the college or university of your choice.

Transferring from Northland Made Easy

The Liberal Arts degree is accepted by most out of state colleges. However, it is always up to the receiving institution or specific program whether or not they will accept the credits that you have acquired.

Here are some helpful hints of things to do before you get to the college or university of your choice. These steps will ensure your transfer to that school will be much easier.

  • 1Acquire the general information from the college you are thinking about.
  • 2Find out what admission requirements, application deadlines, or specific courses, your chosen field or department may need for acceptance.
  • 3Make an appointment to speak to a program or admission advisor, if possible, to discuss requirements.
  • 4After you graduate from Northland, request an official copy of your transcript mailed to the college you plan to attend. You can start the transcript request process by completing our official Transcript Request forms.
  • 5A student may appeal decisions regarding the Transfer of Credit policy or procedure.

Transfer Course Equivalencies

Transferology

Transferology is a nation-wide network designed to help you answer the question "Will my courses transfer?" You may enter coursework, exams, and/or military learning experiences, then discover in a single click how many schools in the Transferology network have matching courses that may be awarded when you transfer. Schools are ranked by the percentage of coursework they accept in transfer, though you may focus the results with a number of handy filters and sorts, including how your courses transfer into a specific program at another college or university. Details of how those courses will count are available with another click or two, and you can inform schools of your interest in transferring by asking about specific programs, campus visits, and/or coursework that has not yet been evaluated by the school.

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