Make your move from a community college to Indiana University of Pennsylvania. We’ve already set things up with several community colleges around Pennsylvania by making collaborative agreements for special programs.
All programs covered by the statewide P2P agreements can be found in the Online Transfer Credit Equivalency System by selecting the community college and selecting “Agreements.” Below, you will find available Liberal Studies guides for the community colleges to aid in your planning. We have also listed any special agreements with IUP.
Reverse Transfer is available to qualified students at all of the colleges listed so you can earn your associate’s degree while moving forward toward your bachelor’s degree.
Learn more about the special agreements IUP has with community colleges by speaking with a transfer counselor in the Office of Transfer Services at IUP or at the community college.
Liberal Studies Guide Bucks CCC
The following programs are under the TAOC statewide legislation that guarantees junior standing after completing the corresponding associate’s degree.
Liberal Studies Guide Butler CCC
Liberal Studies Guide CCAC
programs are under the TAOC statewide legislation that guarantees junior
standing after completing the corresponding associate’s degree.
The following programs have special articulation agreements
Liberal Studies Guide CCBC
The following program has a special articulation agreement.
Liberal Studies Guide CCP
Liberal Studies Guide Delaware CCC
Liberal Studies Guide HACC
Liberal Studies Guide Lehigh Carbon CCC
Liberal Studies Guide Luzerne CCC
Liberal Studies Guide Montgomery CCC
Liberal Studies Guide Northampton CC
Liberal Studies Guide Penn Highlands
Liberal Studies Guide RACC
Liberal Studies Guide WCCC
The following programs have special articulation agreements:
In July 2006, the Pennsylvania Department of Education began implementation of Article XX-C of the Public institution Code of 1949. Intended to create a seamless statewide transfer and articulation system, this legislation requires Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges and the 14 universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education to adopt mandatory equivalency standards for the purpose of creating at least 30 hours of foundation courses that can be easily transferred to any of the participating institutions and to establish an electronic portal for providing public access to transfer information.
In addition, statewide program to program (P2P) articulation agreements between the community colleges and State System institutions have been developed. Those students in an approved program at the community college can expect to have all of their credits transfer and apply to their graduation requirements here at IUP. See a listing of approved programs.