Planning your transfer will make the process easier, less stressful, and more successful.
1. Do Your Research
Search recommended websites, books, and databases (such as the ones in this guide) for information about colleges and universities.
2. Contact Selected Colleges and Universities
You should request information regarding tuition and financial aid, admission requirements, application deadlines, etc. If you can, try to visit the campuses on your short list, as it's always helpful to speak with current students and to see, in person, where you will potentially be going.
3. Apply for Scholarships
Keep your grades up and apply for scholarships through recommended websites. It can be beneficial to join an honors society, such asPhi Theta Kappa, as they offer scholarship opportunities, job skills, community support, and recognition.
Go to the portal and look for the Service Center box.
Look for "College Credit Students", and click on "Service Center" underneath it.
3.This will take you to a new screen; when it does, look to the upper left hand side of the screen, find the three bars for the drop down menu, and click on "Academics".
4. Once you have clicked on "Academics", you'll see another drop down menu. Look for "Request a Transcript", which will open another screen. Follow the directions on this page to request an electronic copy of your official transcript.
5. Contact the SC4 Records office at (810) 989-5550 if you experience any problems.