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Transfer Opportunities

We Work Hard to Make Transferring Easy!

Macomb Community College is a great place to start if your goal is to earn a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree. Whether you are already considering a specific transfer destination/program or have not yet decided on a major, Macomb’s Office of Articulation and Transfer provides you with and helps you explore a variety of transfer options.

We Bring the Transfer Process to You through:

  • College/university visits on Macomb’s campuses
  • Open houses
  • Over 200 transfer guides

Transfer to a Program at the University Center

Macomb is also home to the University Center, a unique transfer destination located on Center Campus in Clinton Township. It offers Macomb students and the community nearly 50 programs through partnerships with 10 colleges and universities, providing access to upper-level bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs.

University Center Partners

Discover All Your Transfer Options

Articulation Agreements – these plans provide for the transfer of an entire prescribed program of study.

Transfer Agreements – these plans are guides for courses to be taken at Macomb before transfer.

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) – is a statewide agreement that provides for the transfer of 30 semester credits to meet many (and in some cases all) of the General Education requirements at participating Michigan four-year colleges and universities.

Michigan Transfer Network (MiTransfer) - Utilize this website to easily search how your credits transfer to colleges and universities.

RaiseMe - Earn micro-scholarships from colleges for your achievements. For each achievement, you'll earn scholarships from colleges, which you'll be awarded when you attend that college.

Concurrent Enrollment

Plan Early for the Easiest Transfer!

We encourage you to begin planning for transfer early in your academic career. Connect with one of Macomb’s counselors or academic advisors at 586.445.7999, option 2, for a one-on-one advising appointment to help you discover transfer resources and navigate the transfer process. So, plan to see a counselor or academic advisor to learn more about transfer. It’s that easy!