Clarke University is a close-knit campus full of opportunities for growth and engagement. The Clarke community inspires intellectual curiosity, cultural engagement, and professional preparedness in a global society. Clarke prides itself on having a dedicated team who will walk you through the credit transfer process, and assist you with a personalized academic and career plan as you work to earn your bachelor's degree.
Clarke values your experience by providing transfer scholarships, including special awards for Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) members.
Clarke University accepts Associates of Science and Art degrees with a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average as a full equate to their general education program, Compass, with the exception of 4 credit hours. Students who transfer with their AA or AS degree, will be required to complete Navigator for Transfers (1 credit) and Compass Seminar III (3 credits) in addition to their major.
- Clarke does offer the option of a reverse transfer within one year of transferring
to Clarke on an individual basis should a student transfer prior to completing their
- Clarke does accept transfer majors in Psychology, Business, Mathematics, Chemistry,
Secondary Education, and Elementary Education for a 2 -year estimated completion at
Clarke through articulation. Many other majors also have 2-year estimated completion
timelines with a general AA/AS. Courses completed within AA or AS degrees will be
evaluated for equates for major required courses.
- Transferring to Clarke with an AA or AS does not guarantee a student will graduate
in a set time frame. The prerequisites/course order of different majors impact the
length of time to graduation.
Transcripts for students who have completed college credit, but have not earned an AA or AS will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis by the Registrar to determine how they equate into the Compass Program and their major. All transfer students will be required to complete Navigator for Transfers (1 credit). Courses lower than a C- will not transfer and students may transfer a maximum of 64 credits from a two-year institution and 90 credits from four-year institutions.
Note: For some majors, it is suggested that students transfer to Clarke prior to earning their AA or AS.
If you have not yet registered for classes at one of our colleges, an admissions representative will be happy to answer your questions regarding transfer.
If you are a current student, contact your advisor or Academic Advising at your college:
- Clinton: 563-244-7001
- Muscatine: 563-288-6001
- Scott: 563-441-4181
To speak to a Clarke Admissions representative, contact:
Clarke University Links
- Clarke Homepage
- Clarke Majors
- Clarke Transfer Student Page
- Clarke Transfer Admissions Information
- Clarke Transfer Scholarships
- Clarke Transfer Student FAQ
- Clarke Academic Resources and Catalog
- Clarke Finances
Transfer Majors Available for Clarke University
Questions? Call toll-free 1-888-336-3907, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the college nearest you and ask to speak to an advisor.
- Clinton Community College, 563-244-7000
- Muscatine Community College, 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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