Transfer of Credits from Regionally Accredited Postsecondary Institutions
Credit earned at other institutions will transfer to LCCC upon evaluation by the Student Records Office
. Credit earned at other institutions will transfer to LCCC upon evaluation by the Student Records Office. Lower division, freshman, and sophomore college-level courses completed with a grade of C or higher from regionally accredited institutions may be accepted in transfer. Upper division, junior, senior, and graduate-level courses may be accepted in transfer to satisfy degree requirements with adviser approval.
When students transfer to LCCC with an associate of science, an associate of arts, a bachelor's, or a graduate degree from an accredited institution, LCCC will accept that general education curricula, although students still must fulfill the Wyoming constitutional requirement. However, students transferring with an associate of applied science degree must fulfill LCCC's general education requirements if they are working toward an associate of arts or an associate of science degree.
Transfer Credits From Approved Secondary Institutions
Laramie County Community College will award credit for various International Baccalaureate (IB) and Advanced Placement (AP) subjects as indicated on Page 16 of the College Catalog.
Transfer of Credits to Approved Institutions
Credits earned at Wyoming community colleges are transferable to other approved institutions, though students are advised that usually only grades of C or higher can be applied to a degree program. Students, in conjunction with their advisers, should carefully consider each course to assure that no problems with transfer will arise. A knowledge of the transfer policy of the institution to which transfer will be made is also helpful. Transferability of each course is ultimately determined by the receiving institution. Students must see their advisors or refer to the Wyoming Higher Education Transfer Guide to obtain information on transfer of credit to the University of Wyoming.
Articulation agreements are formal arrangements between two or more colleges and universities to accept credits in transfer toward a specific academic program. LCCC has articulation agreements with the following: