MiTransfer Pathways

Associate to Bachelor Degree Pathways

Grand Valley State University is proud to participate in the MiTransfer Pathways while continuing our support of Michigan transfer students.  Students from Michigan community colleges can select one of the following MiTransfer Pathways to seamlessly pursue a Grand Valley State University bachelor degree. 

The MiTransfer Pathways are designed around common courses that will satisfy both associate and bachelor degree requirements, and build upon the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements which satisfies all of Grand Valley State Foundation requirements.  More information about the MTA is available online at the Michigan Transfer Network. ​​​​

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Page last modified November 29, 2022