Minnesota (Minn.): The College accepts the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) as equivalent to and satisfying the College's lower-division general education requirements, with the exception that transferring students must complete a Religious Studies course or equivalent. The equivalent can be completed at another institution before enrolling into the College.
Wisconsin (Wis.): The College accepts all associate degrees awarded by the University of Wisconsin System and the University College System as satisfying the CSS general education lower-division requirements, with the exception of the Religious Studies requirement if not already satisfied.
Michigan (Mich.): The college accepts all Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees awarded by the State of Michigan's community college system as satisfying the CSS general education lower-division requirements, with the exception of the Religious Studies requirement if not already satisfied.
In addition, the College accepts completion of the MACROA curriculum as satisfying CSS general education lower-division requirements with the exception of the Religous Studies requirement, if not already satisfied, and eight additional general education requirements to be completed at CSS.
Transcripts will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis and will be applied to the general education requirement. Courses lower than a grade of "C" will not satisfy general education requirements.
Note: Only credit from courses in which a grade of "C" or higher will transfer into the College.