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Transferring In/Out of Henry Ford Community College

Henry Ford Community College works very hard to ensure an easy and productive transition for students transferring into the College or from the College to a 4-year college/university. Henry Ford Community College has transfer and articulation agreements with all of the major colleges and universities in the area to accept in their courses upon enrolling at HFCC, as well as to transfer from HFCC to a 4-year college.

Transferring to Henry Ford Community College

To transfer credits from another college to Henry Ford Community College first have an official copy of your transcripts sent from from you previous college to HFCC.Send transcripts to the following address:

Henry Ford Community College
Transcript Evaluation
5101 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128

Visit the Transfer-in Course Equivalency page for more information on transferring previous college credits to HFCC.

If you believe have you taken courses at a previous college that should transfer to HFCC, but they do not appear in the pull-down menu on the above web page, contact the CIS department to request your courses be reviewed for transferability.You will need to have the Course Syllabus for any courses being reviewed.

Transferring from HFCC to a 4-year College/University

Henry Ford Community College has numerous transfer and articulation agreements with four year colleges and universities. Visit the University Transfer, Advising and Career Counseling page for more information on transferring HFCC credits to other colleges and universities.

HFCC Transfer and Articulation News

May 15, 2008 Henry Ford Community College (HFCC) and Eastern Michigan University (EMU) signed an articulation agreement that allows students to take 85-88 credits hours in the Associates of Applied Science degree in Information Assurance at HFCC that will then be applied towards a Bachelor's of Science in Information Assurance at EMU. Students transferring to EMU will then only have to complete an additional 36-39 credit hours to earn their bachelors degree.

Articulation Agreement with Eastern Michigan University
Left-to-Right: Gregory Osowski (HFCC), Pat Cygnat (EMU), John Boyless (EMU), Morell Boone (EMU), Shannon Scanlon (HFCC), Skip Lawver (EMU), Lynne Hensel (HFCC).

For more information on Eastern Michigan University's Information Assurance Program, visit the following web sites: