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Transfer Information


Welcome! This library research guide provides an introduction to library resources related to transferring from SC4 to a four-year university or college.

This guide will assist you in finding books, e-books, scholarly journal articles, streaming videos, websites, and more that will help you research topics in this subject. 

Transferring after SC4

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Transferring to a university or college after SC4 is an excellent way to continue your education.

The resources in this guide will help you learn more about transferring, selecting a college or university, finding scholarships and financial aid, and other tips to make your transfer from SC4 go smoothly.



For more information, contact the Advising Office at (810) 989-5520 or

Transfer Student Tips

  • Meet at least once per semester with an SC4 advisor before selecting courses. Your advisor can help you choose classes that are best suited for transferring to your intended four-year school.
  • Contact your intended four-year school to ensure you are aware of/understand all deadline dates related to applying for admission, housing, scholarships, etc.
  • Many four-year schools located in Michigan will accept a minimum of 30 credits via the Michigan Transfer Agreement. In addition, many four-year schools will accept up to a total of 60 credits for transfer. (It is recommended that students planning to maximize transfer of credit work closely with both an SC4 advisor and the transfer school.)
  • When applying to transfer, submit an official SC4 transcript. Visit to learn about transfer options.
  • Inquire about transfer scholarships by contacting your intended four-year institution.


~ From 2019-2020 SC4 course catalog


Check the following databases for information about colleges and universities, scholarships, financial aid, and other transfer information.

Off campus? To view the database resources, you will be prompted to enter your Portal username and password. Please contact the library if you are having trouble.

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