Articulation Agreements

At Clarkson College, we take pride in our robust network of educational partnerships, designed to ensure a smooth academic transition for students from community colleges to our institution.

Seamless Academic Progression

Our articulation agreements with Iowa Western Community College (IWCC), Metropolitan Community College (MCC), Mid-Plains Community College (MPCC), Southeast Community College (SCC), and Western Nebraska Community College (WNCC) stand as testaments to our commitment to educational excellence and student success. These collaborations offer seamless pathways for students to elevate their associate degrees to baccalaureate programs within our supportive and resource-rich environment. Each partnership is carefully structured to recognize the value of your prior coursework and to minimize duplication, facilitating a more efficient journey toward your academic and professional aspirations in health care.

With Clarkson College, students from IWCC, MCC, MPCC, SCC, and WNCC can look forward to a future where your educational investments are maximized and your potential to excel in the health sciences is limitless.

What is an Articulation Agreement?

Articulation agreements and transfer guides are tools for prospective students and academic advisors to use when reviewing the transferability of courses to Clarkson College. Accepting transfer credit from Clarkson College is at the discretion of each receiving institution.

It is important for students transferring credit to Clarkson College to submit a final official transcript after completing all coursework from other accredited institutions and receive a grade of "C-" or higher. Additional information about the Clarkson College Transfer Credit Policy can be found in the academic catalog. If you have any questions, contact the Admissions office.

For detailed information on how to transfer or articulate credits from your college to Clarkson College for a particular degree program, please click here.