An articulation agreement is an agreement between Saint Paul College and a four-year college or university. The agreement specifies that all or some credits from a particular technical diploma or degree will be accepted towards a specified four-year degree program/major of study is specified.
Saint Paul College has formed articulation agreements with a number of public and private institutions to assist students with their transfer goals.
In addition, Saint Paul College offers students the
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum, a collaborative effort among the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system to help students transfer general education courses. Students who complete the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum at Saint Paul College and then
transfer to another institution in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system will have fulfilled all lower division general education requirements.
We strongly recommend students visit their Pathway Advisor for more information on articulation agreements.
Articulation Agreements can also be viewed on the Minnesota State Transfer Information webpage where students can also explore information by major or view all agreements. Select Saint Paul College as the sending institution.
View the Minnesota State Transfer Articulation Agreement.
Saint Paul College has many programs that have specific transfer articulation agreements with other post-secondary institutions for specific baccalaureate degree programs. The Catalog lists the program specific Transfer Options, as well as program overviews, program course requirements, and program outcomes.