At the Herberger Business School, we value our transfer students and the diverse backgrounds they bring to our community. No matter where you transfer from and how far you have come in your educational journey, we are here to help you every step of the way!
Please note that the transfer and residence policies below apply to Herberger Business School students in the following programs: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Business, Information Systems, Insurance, Management, Marketing, and Real Estate.
All transfer students seeking a business degree from St. Cloud State must consult with an advisor in the HBS Advising and Student Success Center, Centennial Hall 443, to determine their status in the Herberger Business School. The following special requirements apply to transfer students and transfer credits:
Residence Requirement. Students choosing a business major must complete a minimum of 30 resident upper division credits (300-400 level) in the Herberger Business School at St. Cloud State University.
Note: The Herberger Business School does not accept transfer courses from Sophia Learning to fulfill program requirements.
To transfer courses from Minnesota State Institutions, you can request an e-transcript.
To transfer courses from non-Minnesota State Institutions, send your official transcript(s) to the Office of Records and Registration
Students will need their Star ID in order to complete a transfer request. If you do not yet have a Star ID, learn how to activate it now.
For courses from a previous institution that did not transfer into St. Cloud State as you expected, please login to eServices, click on "Academic Records", click on "Transfer Review" and submit a request with your question. You will be instructed to attach additional documentation such as:
Transferology shows how courses you have taken at another college or university transfer to St. Cloud State. If your school or course is not listed in Transferology, contact the HBS Advising and Student Success Center to determine how your credits will transfer.
St. Cloud State and the Herberger Business School participate in the Minnesota State Transfer Pathway initiative. Minnesota State Transfer Pathways are designed so you can complete a specific associate degree at a Minnesota State college and transfer to a Minnesota State university to earn a bachelor’s degree without losing credits or taking extra courses. For additional information, please contact the HBS Advising and Student Success Center.
For Transfer Pathways for business majors, check out the following links:
Business Transfer Pathway A.S. to:
Articulation agreements are formal agreements between St. Cloud State and other institutions to accept credits in transfer toward a specific academic program. View the articulation agreements.
Last updated: 11/9/2023