The Office of the University Registrar has the charge of evaluating and placing transfer credit on the student's academic record. Total transfer hours applied to a degree program is 90 hours from a 4-year school or a combination of 2-year/4-year. Maximum from a community/junior college is 70 academic hours.
Students who have earned a baccalaureate-oriented associate degree from a regionally accredited institution in the United States will be considered to have met the General Education requirements.
The evaluation and placement of transfer credit will be completed after students have been accepted to the University. Continuing students who enroll in courses at another institution in the summer should request that an official transcript be sent to the Evaluations Office after summer grades are awarded. Students planning on taking courses at another school (other than Illinois community colleges) to be transferred to ISU for their major/minor should complete the Transfer Credit Acceptance form (PDF 19KB) & mail it to the Evaluations office. There is also information about the On-line Course Catalog, Second Bachelor's Degrees, and University Studies available.
For more information, view the policy on Transfer of Credit from Other Institutions.