Transfer Plans and Information
If you have enrolled in any college-level coursework since graduating from high school, you are considered a transfer student. We have transfer agreements with many community colleges. If you are planning on transferring into Iowa State, take a look at the transfer plans for the major you are considering. If you have questions about transferring into a major, contact the transfer adviser listed.
Other resources for transfer students
ISU Admissions transfer student website – Hundreds of transfer agreements with colleges around the country help create a seamless transition to Iowa State.
TRANSIT allows you to enter coursework you have taken at a community college or university and generate an evaluation to see how it will be accepted at Iowa State University. With TRANSIT you can enter your coursework and get:
ISU Admissions Partnership Program (APP) lets you enjoy the benefits of being an Iowa State student while enrolled at your community college. It’s a great way to ensure a smooth and successful transition to your adventure at Iowa State.
Learning communities are small groups of students who generally take two or three courses together and may also live near each other in the same residence hall. Joining a learning community will create a support group who can smooth your transition in many aspects of being a student at ISU. More than half of entering first-year students choose to join a learning community. U.S. News & World Report recognizes Iowa State’s learning communities as one of the top 25 programs in the nation.
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