Transfer Planning

Transfer Planning

Student Services offers an array of resources and services to assist students in making a smooth and successful transition from Kishwaukee College to a four-year institution. The Advising Team will work with students to map out academic plans, to help select appropriate courses for college majors, and to assist with researching potential transfer schools.

Illinois Transfer Information

Kishwaukee College collaborates with colleges & universities in the state of Illinois to help students transition to the four-year university of their choice.  Search by program or univeristy by clicking on the appropriate tab and then selecting the appropriate program or university. 

Accounting Biology

NIU Biology

Business Administration Chemistry

NIU Chemistry

Communication Computer Science Criminal Justice Economics Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Finance

NIU Finance

Geography

NIU Geography

Health Service Management Information Systems Kinesiology Learning Behavior Marketing

NIU Marketing

Mechanical Engineering. Middle Level Teaching Nursing

Aurora University Nursing, B.S.

ISU Nursing B.S.

NIU Nursing

UIC Nursing B.S.

WIU Nursing B.S.

OMIS

NIU OMIS

Physical Education Political Science Pre-Med Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Psychology Rehabilitation Services Social Work

Auora University Social Work, B.A.

The Transfer Process

Articulation is the process where one college matches its courses or requirements to course work at another college or university.

Here are a few of the ways to approach the transfer process:

  1. Earn a degree in any of the programs Kishwaukee College offers
  2. Complete the Illinois Articulation Initiative General Education Core before transferring, requiring a minimum of 37 semester hours.
  3. Use MyCreditsTransfer and learn how courses transfer between Kishwaukee College and other participating institutions in Illinois.
  4. When you have selected the school you would like to transfer to, it is important that you review their specific admission and course requirements.