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Transfer Single Articulation Pathways (TSAP) Degree Programs

Two years at Ivy Tech, transfer to any public Indiana four-year university as a junior

Your family can save up to $12,000 by completing your first two years at Ivy Tech and then transfer to a four-year college. When you enroll in one of the following degree programs, you can earn an associate degree from Ivy Tech and then transfer to any Indiana public four-year institution with automatic junior status:

It’s important to speak with your advisor and the institution you wish to transfer to since not all Ivy Tech programs provide the same transfer opportunities and since the courses required may change over time. You will also need to be admitted to the four-year institution you intend to transfer to - admission is not guaranteed just by enrolling in a TSAP program. 

There’s simply no better way to accelerate your progress toward a four-year degree and position yourself for success. Speak to your advisor today!

ivy tech transfer opportunitiesCost Savings

By starting at Ivy Tech then transferring, you can save in student loans. Below are guides to view cost savings for Indiana universities. 

About TSAP Programs

Transfer as a Junior programs, officially known as TSAP (Transfer Single Articulation Pathways) programs, are based upon a curriculum agreed upon across all of the public institutions in Indiana. These programs allow you to graduate from Ivy Tech Community College with an associate degree, then transfer directly to the four-year college or university directly as a junior.

Remember, completing the Transfer as a Junior program does not guarantee admission to your chosen university. We encourage you reach out to the academic advising office of the university you hope to attend to better understand admission requirements of that university.

It is important you stay in contact with your Ivy Tech advisor throughout your academic journey to meet your Transfer as a Junior program requirements. Changing your plan without speaking with an advisor could result in not completing the program within the two-year time frame required for this process. 

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