We offer more than 100 transfer programs with in-state and out-of-state schools. Which means transferring your Ivy Tech credits to another college or university has never been easier. Last year, more than 31,000 students transferred. This year, we’d love to help you become one of them.
Transferring Credits You Earn at Ivy Tech
When deciding where to transfer, there are a few things to consider including: whether the credits you have earned are transferable to that institution, the compatibility between the Ivy Tech program and the program at other institutions, and the availability of the program you are seeking. We have a variety of transfer agreements and programs are available. Click the links below for more details!
We have partnerships with numerous four-year colleges and universities. You can find more information about those transfer agreements and special scholarships for Ivy Tech graduates by clicking on the school link below:
Indiana Colleges and Universities
Out of State Colleges
Use the associate degree you earn at Ivy Tech toward completing your bachelor's degree at another college or university.
You can view the courses you will take based on each of the individual transfer agreements on our curriculum page. Once there, click on the drop-down box under "Which program can transfer to this institution?" (as shown below):
Use the associate degree you earn at Ivy Tech toward completing your bachelor's degree via distance education.
Learn more about the transfer program we have with select schools by clicking the appropriate link below:
Ivy Tech courses that transfer to four-year colleges and universities:
Unique regional transfer programs that often offer scholarships and benefits afforded to students at both Ivy Tech Community College and the transfer college. Some of the following provide special services to transition to the university:
The following programs are restricted to students attending specific Ivy Tech campuses:
An associate of applied science (AAS) degree is designed for students planning to join the workforce after graduation. Those who are planning to transfer into a 4 year program should take the Associate of Science (AS) or Associate of Arts (AA) degree while at Ivy Tech. However, students with an earned AAS degree may decide to pursue transfer into a four-year program after completing their program. Several institutions have identified specific transfer opportunities that are available to students with an AAS degree and which allow students to transfer the credits they earned toward a bachelor's degree. Learn more about the schools and programs available for AAS transfer by clicking the appropriate link below:
Participating State Colleges and Universities in Indiana