Whether you’re a high school student, current college student, adult learner, or military student, you may need to transfer credits. You could have earned college course credits a number of ways: AP, Dual Credit, Early College, Core Transfer Library (CTL), Statewide Transfer General Education Core (STGEC), a Transfer Single Articulation Pathway (TSAP), a prior college enrollment, military training, Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) or a combination of these. The resources below will enable you to see if your earned coursework is transferable.
Know who to contact at your new school.
Don’t spend half the day navigating through automated call routing systems. When you’re ready to discuss next steps, use our convenient list of contact information quick links.
Transferring credits means requesting transcripts.
When you’re planning to transfer, make sure you have sent all of your transcripts to the receiving institution. This would include:
- College transcript(s) with Dual Credit courses
- Military transcript (see below)
- ALL college transcripts from previous institutions
Fortunately, the State of Indiana makes it easy to request high school transcripts with Indiana e-Transcript.
Indiana e-Transcript enables you to send your high school transcripts electronically to ANY school worldwide.
To transfer college credits, you will need to order your transcript through the Registrar’s office at the institution you plan to transfer from.
If you’re an active-duty, Guard, Reserve, or veteran, you will need to request a copy of your Joint Services Transcript (JST). Or if you are or were in the Air Force, you need to request a copy of your Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) Transcript.