Transferring to Alexandria Technical & Community College

Transferring to Alexandria is a simple process. After you apply for admissions to the college, you need to request your official transcript be sent to ATCC's Registrar's Office. Once your transcript arrives, the Transfer Specialist will evaluate your previous coursework to determine which courses meet your ATCC program requirements. See the Alexandria Technical & Community College transfer policy for specific details on course transferability or contact the Transfer Specialist at 888-234-1222 ext. 4483 or transfer@alextech.edu. For official transfer information on Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) institutions, please visit www.mntransfer.org.

Minnesota Transfer is a website that contains resources, information, and tools to assist students, transfer specialists, and educators in understanding transfer options and the transfer process. Visit Minnesota Transfer at www.mntransfer.org.

To determine whether a specific course will transfer to another MnSCU institution, Transferology is available.

Transferring from Alexandria Technical & Community College

Alexandria Technical & Community College offers many courses within the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum. When you complete the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum, the entire block of curriculum transfers to any Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) institution, and the courses are generally accepted by most other public and private colleges.

Courses outside of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum are evaluated on an individual basis. It is the student's responsibility to provide course descriptions or outlines to a future college.

Another transfer option is to earn an Associate in Science (AS) or an Associate in Arts (AA) degree. AS degrees are widely accepted at four-year institutions as the first two years of a Bachelor's degree. Financial aid is available for eligible students pursuing AA and AS degrees.

Consider the following steps as you transition from Alexandria Technical & Community College.

  1. Go online to explore nearly any college or university. Helpful websites:
  2. Request an official transcript be sent from ATCC to the institution you would like to attend.
  3. Discuss your plans with the receiving campus.
  4. Call or visit your intended transfer college, and ask for the following:
    • college catalog
    • transfer brochure
    • admissions information and requirements
    • transfer evaluation
    • financial aid information
  5. Apply for financial aid/scholarships.
  6. Arrange for housing.
  7. Attend the receiving colleges' orientation session.