|2-year Community Colleges||Additional Transfer Guide Sheets|
|Alpena Community College||Sheridan College: Bachelor of Science in Architecture|
|Bay College||Specs Howard: Associate of Arts in Radio & Television Broadcasting|
|Glen Oaks Community College|
|Grand Rapids Community College|
|Henry Ford Community College|
|Jackson Community College|
|Kellogg Community College|
|Kirtland Community College|
|Kalamazoo Valley Community College|
|Lake Michigan College|
|Lansing Community College|
|Macomb Community College|
|Mid Michigan Community College|
|Monroe County Community College|
|Montcalm Community College|
|Mott Community College|
|Muskegon Community College|
|North Central Michigan College|
|Northwestern Michigan College|
|Oakland Community College|
|Owens Community College - Ohio|
|St. Clair County Community College|
|St. Clair College - Windsor|
|Southwestern Michigan College|
|Terra Community College|
|Washtenaw Community College|
|Wayne County Community College District|
|West Shore Community College|
Lawrence Technological University is a signatory partner in the Michigan Transfer Agreement. In order to fulfill the Michigan Transfer Agreement, transfer students must complete all coursework with a 2.0 GPA (or grade of a "C" or higher) to satisfy the MTA. Students who wish to pursue the MTA must complete the following categories of coursework:
-1 course in English Composition (students are strongly recommended to take the college equivalent to English Composition).
-1 course in Communication (a technical or business writing/communication course is strongly recommended to satisfy this section).
-1 course in Mathematics
-2 courses in Social Science (from different disciplines).
-2 courses in Humanities and Fine Arts (from different disciplines, and excluding studio and performance courses).
-2 courses in Natural Science (from different disciplines, with one course must having a lab).
Please Note: Lawrence Technological University has many programs that require higher-level general education courses in math & science. With students completing the MTA, students are required to complete the higher-level requirements if they plan on entering programs that require these types of courses. A full listing of courses needed to complete these requirements are available on the guide sheets listed above and are available for all undergraduate degree programs.