A simple tool to keep you on track.

You’ve worked hard for the credits you’ve earned. Now make sure they count towards your UM-Flint degree. Use our convenient online transfer equivalency database to see how the credits you’ve taken will transfer with you to UM-Flint. It’s also a great tool for making sure you’re taking the right courses now to graduate on time with your UM-Flint degree—potentially saving you time and money.

We encourage you to use this tool to evaluate your credits with a UM-Flint Admissions Counselor. Contact an Admissions Counselor now.

Credits that Count

All academic coursework completed at a regionally accredited institution with a grade of “C”/2.0 or higher will transfer to UM-Flint. For a more detailed response, please review the “Transfer Student Information” in the Admissions section of the University’s catalog.

Completed course work that is not listed in the online credit transfer evaluator, could still transfer into UM-Flint.  Send official transcripts to be reviewed. 

A number of other transfer credit related questions can also be addressed through our transfer credit FAQs.

Michigan Transfer Agreement Guides

The following transfer pathways are backed by formal agreements between UM-Flint and the listed institution. This means that if you follow this pathway according to the terms of the agreement, you are guaranteed to have the listed courses transfer from the source institution into UM-Flint.

Alpena Community College:
MTA

Bay College:
MTA 

Delta College:
MTA

Glen Oaks Community College:
MTA 

Gogebic College:
MTA 

Grand Rapids Community College:
MTA 

Kalamazoo Valley Community College:
MTA 

Kirtland Community College:
MTA

Kellogg Community College:
MTA 

Henry Ford College:
MTA 

Jackson College:
MTA 

Lake Michigan College:
MTA

Lansing Community College:
MTA

Macomb Community College:
MTA

Mid Michigan Community College:
MTA

Monroe Community College:
MTA 

Montcalm Community College:
MTA 

Mott Community College:
MTA, Business Administration, Health Science (General Health Science, Pre-PT and Environmental Health and Safety)Social Work

Muskegon Community College:
MTA

North Central Michigan Community College:
MTA

Northwestern Michigan Community College:
MTA

Oakland Community College:
MTA

Schoolcraft Community College:
MTA

Southwestern Michigan College: 
MTA

St. Clair County Community College:
MTA

Washtenaw Community College:
MTA, Traditional BSNBachelor of Social Work

Wayne County Community College:
MTA

West Shore Community College:
MTA