Get more information. Visit the college's website. Information about many universities and colleges, including catalogs and applications, is available in the Student Services office. If we do not have the information you are looking for, visit the college's website or request the information from the transfer college or university.
Representatives from many area colleges and universities visit our campus in the fall and spring. Please watch for announcements to see when representatives will be on campus.
Take the ACT or SAT if it is required and have copies of your results sent to your transfer college or university.
Send your official transcripts (college and high school if necessary) to the transfer college or university.
Learn what classes will transfer. The Admissions office at the transfer college or university will be able to answer your questions about course evaluation and handling credit hours. Request that your transfer credits be certified.
To see what courses you have completed and the remaining course requirements for your program at Hawkeye, you can run a Program Evaluation in My Hawkeye > My WebAdvisor > WebAdvisor for Students > Academic Planning > Program Evaluation/Degree Audit.
Plan to attend Transfer Orientation. Transfer orientation days for ISU, UNI, and University of Iowa are posted in our College Transfer Newsletter.
With the help of an advisor from your new major, select your classes and register.
Apply for Hawkeye Community College graduation when you register for classes for your final semester at Hawkeye.
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