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In order to assist transfer students, the Nebraska Transfer Initiative was signed in 1995 by 25 post-secondary institutions in Nebraska. This initiative is a cooperative effort by Nebraska’s public and private higher education institutions to facilitate the transfer of students who have earned an Associate of Arts or Science degree into baccalaureate-level programs. The signing of this document has led to increased cooperation in the transfer of courses between Nebraska’s community colleges and its four-year institutions. Through this initiative, associate and baccalaureate-granting institutions are equal partners in providing the first two years of a baccalaureate degree. Northeast Community College currently has transfer articulation agreements with several institutions in Nebraska, South Dakota, and Iowa.
Participating institutions in this initiative include Bellevue University, Central Community College, Chadron State College, Clarkson College, College of Saint Mary, Concordia College, Dana College, Doane College, Grace University, Hastings College, Metropolitan Community College, Mid-Plains Community College, Midland Lutheran College, Nebraska Christian College, Nebraska Indian Community College, Nebraska Methodist College, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Northeast Community College, Peru State College, Southeast Community College, Union College, University of Nebraska, Wayne State College, Western Community College, and York College. Many institutions accept the Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees in total from two-year community colleges. Some also accept a specified block of credit from the Associate of Applied Science degree.
In addition to these articulation agreements, Northeast has developed internal support services to assist in the transfer process. Northeast faculty and staff work closely with students who plan to transfer to other colleges and universities. Advisors and students are able to access transfer information from the Northeast Community College Transfer Guides and Information webpage. This allows advisors and students to check transferability of classes from their computers, giving them instant access to accurate information to assist students in planning a better schedule of classes.
View our Transfer Guide for more information.
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