Transfer Agreements


The following private, nonprofit colleges have established formal articulation agreements with other two- and four-year institutions.

Nebraska Wesleyan University (Omaha, NE)
Southeast Community College students who transfer to Nebraska Wesleyan will soon be able to get an annual $15,000 scholarship or a lower tuition rate under a partnership between the two institutions.  Called the Pathways Partnership, the program will allow full-time students enrolled in Southeast Community College’s academic transfer program to get the scholarship for up to two years. Adult students working part-time to complete a degree will get a $15 reduction per credit hour.

Augsburg College (Minneapolis, MN)

The Auggie Plan is designed for Minnesota students who want to begin their college experience at a community college but are seeking a clear, attainable path to a four-year degree. It offers qualified students efficient and affordable tracks in their coursework by ensuring that the credits earned in a range of liberal arts classes at our partner two-year colleges satisfy all first- and second-year general education requirements at Augsburg.

Concordia University (St. Paul, MN)
Transferology is a web-based course transfer system that helps transfer students determine how courses will transfer to Concordia University, St. Paul. Students can select from a large group of colleges and universities and see how courses will transfer to Concordia University, St. Paul.