Are you completing the College Readiness Academy or English for Work with the International Institute of Minnesota? Good work! Good news! You also can earn university credit at Metropolitan State when you complete the IIMN Program successfully!
Through the IIMN-Metropolitan State University partnership, students who complete the College Readiness Academy or English for Work can apply as Visiting Students at the university, and be awarded three credits of university-level work and goal 7 or 8 of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum. The credit is approved by faculty who review the coursework and assignments for the courses.
Participate in and complete the IIMN program in either English for Work or College Readiness Academy.
Complete the required coursework to receive the IIMN Certificate of Completion.
Apply for free to Metropolitan State as a Visiting Student, using the special partnership application form below:
When you apply to Metropolitan State, send your Certificate of Completion to the Admissions Office.
Three credits of lower-division elective credit will be awarded to your Metropolitan State transcript, with no tuition or fees charged. College Readiness Academy completion meets goal 7 of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum. English for Work meets goal 8. These credits can be part of your Metropolitan State program if you are admitted for a degree. You will be able to obtain a student or official copy of your transcript.
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Assistant Professor of Individualized and Interdisciplinary Studies
Please note that the Visiting Students application is temporary for the recording of the credits for this partnership, only. To use the credits for a bachelor’s degree program, you must apply as a degree-seeking student.
Credits awarded through this partnership do not count as Metropolitan State University residency credits.
Some other higher education institutions to which you might apply as a degree-seeking student may or may not accept these credits in transfer. Transfer acceptance is up to the receiving institution.