Note: If you have been suspended from another college for academic or disciplinary reasons, you may need to appeal your admission. If you have a financial hold at a previous college or university, you will not be able to enroll in the college until the past due balance has been resolved.
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The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) was developed to make transferring between schools in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (Minnesota State) system and the University of Minnesota easy.
To complete the entire MnTC, you must earn a minimum of 40 credits in the ten goal areas, as well as the requirements for each of the goal areas. Passing grades (A-D) for MnTC courses apply including transfer courses; however, a cumulative MnTC GPA of 2.0 is required to complete the entire 40 credit package. There may be specific MnTC courses that require a minimum grade.
Note: Beginning January 1, 2002, all MnTC courses, goal areas, and completed MnTC (40 credits) offered by the Minnesota State institutions must transfer to other Minnesota State institutions into the goal areas as designated by original sending institution. The University of Minnesota honors the entire MnTC package; however, if the entire MnTC package is not completed, MnTC courses are evaluated on a course-by-course basis.