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2024-2025 Catalog 
2024-2025 Catalog

Michigan Transfer Agreement and MiTransfer Pathways

What’s the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)?

It allows you to complete your core or general education classes at Schoolcraft first (usually much more cost-effective) instead of at a four-year school (usually much more expensive).

The MTA is a statewide agreement that provides for the transfer of 30 college credits to meet many (and in some cases all) of the General Education requirements at a participating Michigan four-year college or university. You can complete these as part of an associate degree or as a standalone endorsement. Some stipulations apply, so work with your Schoolcraft academic advisor to select the right courses. The courses required for the MTA are:

You must have 30 or more total credits from these courses with grades of 2.0 or higher.

After your courses are complete and the final grades are visible, students can request the MTA endorsement by emailing screcord@schoolcraft.edu. Please include your name and Schoolcraft student ID number.

View additional information about the MTA below:


Michigan Transfer Pathways

Your Clear Path to a Bachelor’s Degree

Schoolcraft College joins with community colleges and universities to create easy-to-understand pathways for students transferring to a 4-year school.

This state-wide collaboration led to the development of MiTransfer Pathways.  Students may take the listed courses below and apply them to a university’s specific program.

Each Pathway can also be used toward an Associate’s Degree at Schoolcraft College!  We want to provide you with the best educational experience and have several degrees that provide a seamless transfer to your university.  Using MITransfer Pathways, transfer guides, special agreements, and MTA, we will help you navigate your academic journey.

Apply Now to begin your pathway to a Bachelor’s Degree with Schoolcraft College. Click to view additional transfer information including, transfer guides and articulation agreements.

Click the links below to see more information: