Future Students: Transfer Students
Admission of Transfer Students
A transfer student must meet the general admission requirements of Turtle Mountain Community College.
- A transfer student must provide an official transcript of all previous college work.
- If the student has been suspended in the previous semester at another institution, the student will not be allowed to register at TMCC.
- A student may be admitted on Probation if his/her GPA does not meet Turtle Mountain Community College Standards of Academic Progress.
- Any coursework transferring, must meet the same criteria as the courses listed in the Turtle Mountain Community College catalog.
- Only regular credit college courses with a “C” or better will be accepted in transfer.
- All transfer credits with a “C” or better will be recorded with a “P” grade. Decisions about transfer credit may be appealed to the Academic Affairs Committee.
- A transfer student seeking to receive an Associate Degree from Turtle Mountain Community College a minimum of 25 semester hours taken in residence. In order for a transfer student to receive a Certificate from Turtle Mountain Community College must have a minimum of 30% of their semester hours must be taken in residence with a C or better average. (See graduation requirements.)
- The student will be required to complete all of the above admission requirements before registering. If an of the requirements are not satisfied a missing requirement letter will be sent to the student. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure all documents are received before registering for classes. If the documents are not received, the student will need to contact the admissions officer for a waiver of admissions. Students who have completed all admission requirements will receive a letter of acceptance.
For more information, please refer to the TMCC catalog, or visit the Student Services office.