A new, more user-friendly online resource is now available for Michigan students who want to transfer their postsecondary education credits from one institution to another.
The new site,
, allows students to search for courses, view information about the Michigan Transfer Agreement, and link to more information about transferring from and to institutions throughout Michigan.
The MiTransfer.org website also includes a robust reporting feature that allows university administrators access to information about the transferability of courses, equivalency changes, users’ searches, and credit hour differences between similar courses. The project team will continue to provide training and resources to help institutions use the new Michigan Transfer Network.
The project was funded through the state’s FY 2018 state budget, which included a one-time appropriation to support statewide student success initiatives.
The work of guiding Michigan’s transfer strategies is led by the Transfer Steering Committee (TSC) which, established in fall of 2016, is comprised of more than 30 representatives from Michigan community colleges, public universities, independent colleges & universities, and MACRAO, along with ex-officio members from the Michigan Association of State Universities (MASU), Michigan Community College Association (MCCA), and the Michigan Independent Colleges and Universities (MICU).
Special thanks to the following individuals for their contributions to the design and development of the site over the last 18 months: