Office of Transfer and Secondary School Partnerships
901 S. State Street, STR 313
Big Rapids, MI 49307
Our transfer guides will help you make a smooth transition to Ferris State University. Transfer guides are specific to each community college and academic program, and include admission and transfer requirements, application deadlines, career path info, and contact information for the Ferris program.
Find your community college, tribal college, or other institution to start exploring transfer guides.
In addition to institutions in Michigan, Ferris also maintains close partnerships with institutions in other U.S. states and Canada. Head to our out-of-state and international transfer guides page to learn more.
Through collaborative partnerships with community colleges, Ferris State University has established program transfer guides to help students transfer smoothly from their community colleges to FSU. Students utilize a transfer guide when they plan on transferring from one institution to another. Students follow the transfer guide to take specific classes that will fulfill degree requirements at both of the postsecondary institutions.
You can find details on the agreements Ferris has with each institution by visiting their transfer guide page.
Builds upon and furthers the cooperation between our community college partners and Ferris State University. The agreement was developed as a collaborative effort between the two institutions and establishes guiding principles for the community college and Ferris partnership and emphasizes our willingness to work together to prepare students for successful careers, responsible citizenship, and lifelong learning.
A formal cooperative signed document between two postsecondary institutions. The articulation agreement outlines specific guidelines for a seamless transfer from one institution to the other. The agreement also states specific criteria that a student must complete in order to transfer courses from one institution to the other. Students use articulation agreements to assure that the courses they complete will not have to be repeated at the institution to which they are transferring. The original signed agreement is on file in the Office of Transfer and Secondary School Partnerships.
The Colleges of Pharmacy and Optometry maintain information specific to these programs on their web pages.