Transfer Credit Center

If you have taken classes at another post-secondary institution, your credits may transfer to St. Scholastica. Use the tools below to find out if your credits will transfer.

Find out if a course will transfer and if it fulfills a general education requirement

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Find out how your degree applies to our general education requirements

Meeting the general education requirements are not required if only meeting the requirements for a particular major at CSS. To earn a bachelor's degree from The College of St. Scholastica, complete two CSS general education requirements (Religious Studies and Upper Division Writing), and complete the requirements for a major.

Meeting the general education requirements are not required if only meeting the requirements for a particular major at CSS. To earn a bachelor's degree from The College of St. Scholastica, complete CSS general education requirements and the requirements for a major.

Transcripts will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis and will be applied to the general education requirement. Courses lower than a grade of "C" will not satisfy general education requirements.

Minnesota: The College accepts the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) as equivalent to and satisfying the College's lower-division general education requirements, with the exception that transferring students must complete a Religious Studies course or equivalent. The equivalent can be completed at another institution before enrolling into the College.

Wisconsin: The College accepts all associate degrees awarded by the University of Wisconsin System and the University College System as satisfying the CSS general education lower-division requirements, with the exception of the Religious Studies requirement if not already satisfied.

Michigan: The College accepts all Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees awarded by the state of Michigan's community college system as satisfying the CSS general education lower-division requirements, with the exception of the Religious Studies requirement if not already satisfied.

In addition, the College accepts completion of the MACROA curriculum as satisfying CSS general education lower-division requirements, with the exception of the Religous Studies requirement, if not already satisfied, and eight additional general education requirements to be completed at CSS.

The College accepts the Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC), with the exception that transferring students must complete a speech communication course, an upper division writing intensive course and a religious studies course, to fulfill the College's general education requirement. These courses may be completed at another institution before enrolling into the College.

Transcripts will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis and will be applied to the general education requirement. Courses lower than a grade of "C" will not satisfy general education requirements.

Note: Only credit from courses in which a grade of "C" or higher will transfer into the College.

Check to see if CSS has an articulation agreement with your school

An articulation agreement simplifies the transfer process between two schools. It is an agreement between two schools that allows course credit to be accepted or transferred and be applied toward a degree or certificate. This includes formal agreement between a two-year institution and a baccalaureate degree-granting institution.

These agreements are established for specific academic programs and ensure transfer with junior standing upon completion of appropriate coursework and achievement of a minimum grade average. St. Scholastica has many such agreements in place. 

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Brenda PangerBrenda Panger
Associate Director of Transfer Admissions
(800) 249-6412 ext. 6067 or 
(218) 723-6067
bpanger@css.edu


Pam LahtiPam Lahti
Senior Admissions Counselor
(800) 249-6412 ext. 6049 or
(218) 723-6049
plahti@css.edu