Transfer Students

Transfer With Ease

At Cleary University, we want to eliminate the hassle and uncertainty many students face when transferring college credits to another institution. Our advisors work closely with you to develop an academic plan to help you efficiently earn your degree. We have course equivalencies, transfer guides, and articulation agreements with many Michigan colleges and universities to aid in the transition.

Cleary University’s transfer policy is designed to support not only the transfer student from a community college or similar two-year institution, but also those students who have attended other four-year institutions. Course equivalency guides are available for several Michigan colleges and universities (see column to the right).

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At Cleary University, you will feel known, important, and excited about what you are studying. Click the links to the left to learn more about us.

Meet a Transfer Student

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“I transferred to Cleary because of the smaller class sizes and the flexibility of online classes," said Christy Chrisner, a transfer student in the BBA in Business Management program. "When I attended a larger university, everything seemed to be a hassle; trying to learn in a class size of 400, trying to get information, or to even buy books. I was so happy to have my books just show up at my front door.”

Online Transfer Network

In addition to the transfer guides in the right-hand column, potential students can visit the Michigan Transfer Network's website to determine course equivalencies. Please contact Cleary University's Office of Admissions at 800.686.1883 or via email at with any concerns or questions.

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Transfer Guides

Henry Ford Community College

Jackson Community College

Lansing Community College

Monroe Community College

Montcalm Community College

Mott Community College

Oakland Community College

Schoolcraft College

Washtenaw Community College

Wayne County Community College