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Metropolitan Community College LPN to ADN Bridge Program

Seamless Transfer in LPN to ADN Bridge

Transfer Fairs

Discuss transfer options with visiting colleges and universities. These events are held periodically at MCC; contact your nearest advising office for more information.

Transfer made simple

Many MCC students plan to transfer. Whatever your transfer destination, we'll work to make sure your credits move easily. That's why we're experts at it.

We've worked out specific transfer agreements with many four-year colleges and universities, so make sure you speak with an academic before enrolling, particularly since transfer agreements can change based on curriculum revisions at MCC as well as our four-year institutions.

Also, transfer requirements vary for different majors and four-year colleges and universities. In some cases, an associate degree equals the first two years of a bachelor's degree, while in other cases, an associate degree may not be necessary to transfer.

Therefore, it's essential to meet with an advisor or counselor early to make sure you enroll in classes that will transfer.

Transfer to MCC

For students seeking to transfer into MCC from a previous institution, follow these steps.

Does our ENG 101 = their ENG 101?

Course equivalency guides for individual majors are available for the top colleges MCC students transfer to or from. Below are program agreements that show which MCC courses will transfer to which university and vice versa.

Program Agreements

Transfer requirements vary so it's important you meet with an advisor or counselor early on to make sure you're enrolling in classes that will transfer. You should select as soon as possible a four-year transfer school and your major area of study.

To report a problem with the Transfer Policy

Missouri's Coordinating Board for Higher Education has approved a Credit Transfer Policy that stipulates guidelines for student transfer and articulation among Missouri Public colleges and universities.  All public institutions have agreed to abide by the principles contained within the policy.

Any transfer student who belies there has been unfair treatment involving acceptance of college credits may contact the college's articulation officer. A transfer student may invoke the transfer appeals process to challenge an institutional decision on the acceptance of credit(*s) from regionally accredited colleges or universities.

To report problems and appeal decisions, please contact the MCC's articulation officer at the address and phone number below:

Vice Chancellor of Instruction and Academic Officer
Metropolitan Community College
3200 Broadway
Kansas City, MO 64111