Transfer Credit to STLCC
You’ve put the work into your college courses, now make those classes work for you. The credit you’ve earned at another college can potentially count toward your degree or program at STLCC.
Transferring to STLCC
If you're transferring to STLCC, then you'll need to send your transcripts. We evaluate every college credit you transfer to see if it meets our program and degree requirements, saving you time and money. While we’re evaluating your credit, here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Classes must be complete. Courses marked as “In Progress” won’t count for STLCC credit until they have a final grade. After you’ve finished the term, submit your official transcript.
- Send all official transcripts. We can’t start reviewing existing credits until we have official transcripts from every college you’ve ever attended.
- Transcript evaluation takes no more than 30 days.
Can I appeal transfer credit evaluation decisions?
If you disagree with a decision regarding transfer credit, you can attempt to appeal a decision in these three steps:
- Meet with an enrollment services manager. Within 10 working days of an alleged unfair evaluation of transfer credit, you must request an individual conference with the campus enrollment services manager. The goal of this meeting is to give clarity on the decision treatment and find a solution. The manager must hold a conference with you within 10 business days of the request.
- Write to the dean. If the issue is unresolved, within 10 working days from the written response from the campus enrollment services manager, the you can then file a written request with the responsible dean (or department chair at Wildwood). The dean (or department chair at Wildwood) must hold a conference with you within 10 business days of receiving your request.
- File a request with the provost. If after receiving the written response from the dean (or department chair at Wildwood), the issue is not resolved, you must file a written request with the campus provost within 10 working days. The provost has 10 business days from the student’s request to hold a conference with the student. After a review, the provost will provide a final decision within five working days.