TRANSFER GUIDE

Curriculum:  Elementary Education, Spring Arbor University
Curriculum Code: 1528                                                              

1. This transfer guide represents an Articulation (partnership) Agreement
   between Lansing Community College (LCC) and Spring Arbor University (SAU)
   and is designed to facilitate the transfer of LCC students to SAU. LCC 
   courses applicable to the Elementary Education program are listed in the 
   articulation link above. It is agreed that a student may transfer to the 
   SAU Bachelor of Arts program without duplicate study by following the 
   articulation plan in the agreement. This articulated agreement is in effect 
   until September 2015.   
2. LCC students may transfer to SAU after completing an associate degree and 
   the following steps:
   a. Successful completion of a minimum of 58 transferable credits; 
   b. Cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher;
   c. Timely submission and approval of all application material, including
      a writing sample;
   d. Personal interview with a SAU admissions representative and/or advisor.
3. General Education Requirements:
   a. Students will have met the general education requirements when transfer-
      ring to SAU if the MACRAO Transfer Agreement has been satisfied.
   b. Students who have not satisfied the MACRAO Transfer Agreement at LCC 
      must complete the general education requirements for SAU (see the SAU
      articulation agreement in Note 1 for course information).
4. Grades below 2.00 will not transfer.  Courses numbered lower than 100 
   will not transfer.  A maximum of 68 semester credits may transfer from a 
   two-year institution for this major.
5. Students seeking an LCC associate degree must fulfill specific graduation
   requirements. See the LCC Catalog for details.

To complete requirements through SAU in Lansing, contact Vern Intveld, Advisor,
at (517) 333-0480 or; or Dawn Welch, Admissions
Specialist, at (517) 333-0480 or  To complete requirements
through SAU main campus, contact Erin May, Transfer Admissions Specialist, at
(517) 750-6607 or 

Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014