Students transferring from other post-secondary educational institutions are eligible for regular admission if in good academic and financial standing at the schools previously attended. College students transferring to Gogebic Community College from other institutions must fulfill the same requirements of all incoming students and follow the same procedures in applying for admission as well as the following:
- Official transcripts from all other colleges or universities attended must be sent to the Admissions Office.
- Grades lower than a “C” will not be accepted as transfer credit to Gogebic Community College. GCC can assume no responsibility, however, for the acceptance of such credits by institutions to which students with advanced standing may transfer later. At least 31 course credits, excluding physical education, must be taken and completed at Gogebic Community College for associate degree qualification.
- An applicant accepted as a transfer student who was subject to academic suspension will not be admitted to Gogebic Community College until s/he can qualify for re-admission to the institution from which s/he was dismissed, except with permission of the Dean of Students.