Transfer Guides and Agreements

Course equivalency guides and articulation agreements are provided as a service by the Student Services Departments at Clinton (CCC), Muscatine (MCC) and Scott (SCC) Community Colleges. The agreements are meant to serve as a guide for students in preparation for transfer. However, these agreements are not intended to serve as a replacement for contact with a representative of that four-year college.

CCC, MCC, and SCC understand the importance of accurate transfer information and try to provide the most current information available. However, individual college employees are not representatives of the four-year college and therefore cannot provide all information relevant to transfer to a particular institution.

Admission requirements, degree requirements, and course equivalencies vary by college and can change at either the community college or the four-year college. Therefore, it is important for transfer students to remain in contact with the four-year college for the most current and accurate information that will impact transfer to that institution.

Please use these guides and this information as an opportunity to explore your transfer options and begin a conversation with the four-year college of your choice. CCC, MCC, and SCC advisors are available to assist you with your transfer questions.

Transfer Student Information Guide (Guide is a pdf document.)


Augustana College Park University
Capella University St. Ambrose University
Franklin University Simpson College
Iowa State University University of Iowa
Iowa Wesleyan College University of Northern Iowa
Missouri University of Science & Technology University of Phoenix
Northwestern College Upper Iowa University
Palmer College  Western Illinois University

Articulation Agreements are formal contracts signed between Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) and another institution. These agreements explain how (through an evaluation of course objectives, learning outcomes, and description) courses you complete with EICC will be accepted at another institution.

If a course taken at EICC does not have a comparable course at the receiving institution, the course may be articulated as elective credit only. This means that the course does not fulfill any specific requirements at that institution but will be accepted as college credit.

Active Agreements:

 Offers Degrees on a Campus  Offers Degrees Online