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Transfer Students

If you’ve completed high school and have taken some college, but never attended STLCC, then you’re a transfer student.

Explore Your Interests Without Spending A Lot

At St. Louis Community College, transfer students can explore their interests while earning general transfer studies credits on your schedule. At nearly half the cost of a public, four-year university, attending STLCC is a smart choice.

  1. Apply - Your first step is to complete our free “transfer" application to become a degree-seeking student.
    (Tip: if you're not planning to earn a certificate or degree from STLCC, apply as non-degree-seeking selected courses.)
  2. Get connected - Activate your MySTLCC username and email by entering your student A number, last name and date of birth.
  3. Login to Navigate - Use your MySTLCC email and password to login. Navigate will keep you updated on important deadlines, events and activities.
  4. Submit your transcripts - If you’re looking to complete a degree at STLCC, you need to submit your final, official high school and previous college transcripts. You can do this through one of our secure, approved online vendors, or by requesting your prior institutions mail your final, official transcripts directly to STLCC's Registrar's office.
  5. Apply for financial aid - Complete your FAFSA if you haven’t already done so using school code 002469. Then file all financial aid documentation to STLCC for processing.
  6. Meet with an Academic Advisor - An academic advisor can help give you direction to reach your destination. To prepare for your advising session, browse the course catalog and Interactive Class Schedule to explore your options for the upcoming semester.
  7. Register for classes - Once you and your academic advisor have planned the semester, use your MySTLCC ID username and password to log on to Banner Self-Service and register for your classes.
  8. Apply for scholarships - Looking for additional dollar signs to go toward your tuition? After you’ve registered for classes, take time to explore our wide variety of scholarships.
  9. Pay for your classes - After you’ve registered, you can pay for your classes in full by cash, check or credit card at the cashier’s office on campus or online through Banner Self-Service. You are also able to spread out your maintenance fees over a period of time through a payment plan.
  10. Get ready for the semester! - Now that you’re officially enrolled, prepare for the semester. Get your STLCC OneCard, pick up your parking pass and Metro U-Pass and buy your books to ensure a smooth transition.

Transferring Credit

Whether you’re coming or going, we want to make sure you don’t lose a single hour of your hard-earned credits.

Transfer to STLCC

If you’ve taken college courses at another college, you may be able to count those course credits toward an associate’s degree or certificate at STLCC. Just submit your transcript and we’ll do the rest.

Transfer Credit to STLCC

Transfer from STLCC to Another College

Whether you’re thinking about your next step or are ready to send your transcript to another college or university, we’re here to help you along the way.

Transfer Credit from STLCC

Reverse Transfer

If you took classes at STLCC, then transferred to a Missouri college without completing a degree or certificate with us, you may be able to transfer credits earned back to STLCC to complete a degree or certificate.

Reverse Transfer Info

 

CORE 42

The goal of the CORE 42 is to provide seamless transfer of credit hours to four-year institutions. Individual courses in the CORE 42 framework are guaranteed to transfer one-to-one at any public college or university in Missouri.

Learn more about CORE 42 and use the Course Transfer Tracker

Priority Dates to Send Transcripts

To ensure your transcripts are processed/evaluated in-time for the start of the semester be sure to get your official transcripts in by the deadline listed.

Classes Beginning Spring Semester

Send official transcripts by
November 1
to STLCC’s Registrar’s office.

Classes Beginning Summer Semester

Send official transcripts by
May 1
to STLCC’s Registrar’s office.

Classes Beginning Fall Semester

Send official transcripts by
July 1
to STLCC’s Registrar’s office.

It may take up to 10 business days to process your transcripts once it’s received. Admitted students should check their application checklist to verify when transcripts have been received.

Check Out Our Transfer Degrees

At St. Louis Community College we have several degrees that are specifically focused to get you on your way to a bachelor's degree at another college or university with credits that transfer.

Explore STLCC Transfer Degrees


Upcoming Transfer Information Events

 

Contact Enrollment Services

Enrollment Services offices are open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on all campuses.

Florissant Valley

Administration Building
314-513-4244

fv-admissions@stlcc.edu

Forest Park

Location: SC-100
314-644-9127

fp-admissions@stlcc.edu

Meramec

Location: AD-110
314-984-7601

mc-admissions@stlcc.edu

South County

Main Office
314-984-7200

sc-admissions@stlcc.edu

Wildwood

Main Office
636-422-2000

ww-admissions@stlcc.edu

Harrison Education Center

Main Office
314-763-6000

HEC-advising@stlcc.edu
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