Transfer From Northeast Community College

Transfer From Northeast Community College

Doane and Northeast Community College (NECC) have come together to provide opportunities for NECC students to transfer and complete a bachelor’s degree at Doane University via the College of Arts & Sciences, or the College of Professional Studies.

This partnership applies towards all campuses and programs at Doane, and is only for new Doane students, (never taken a course at Doane) who have completed an associate-level degree from NECC after May 2014.  Students have the option of taking evening classes at one of our CPS campuses, completing their bachelor degree online, or attending our Crete campus.

Benfits of Transferring

College of Professional Studies

Northeast transfers to the College of Professional Studies at Omaha, Lincoln, Grand Island or Online recieve:

  • An early advising and orientation program exclusively for transfer students.
  • A 15% tuition discount on a credit-hour basis for up to two-and-a-half (2 1/2) as long as the student remains continuously enrolled while pursuing an undergraduate degree from Doane University. 

View College of Professional Studies Degree Options

College of Arts & Sciences

Northeast transfers to the College of Arts & Sciences in Crete recieve:

  • An early advising and orientation program exclusively for transfer students.
  • An annual $20,000 exclusive Northeast partnership grant, (replacing any other eligible Doane academic scholarship) for four (4) semesters assuming consecutive, continuous enrollment towards an undergraduate degree from Doane. 

View College of Arts & Sciences Degree Options

Agribusiness

The Agribusiness program is an example of one of the seamless transitions students can have between the two universities. Northeast students who complete their Associates of Applied Science Degree in Agribusiness can easily transition to Doane and earn a Bachelor’s in Agribusiness.

View Our Agribusiness Program

Transferable Credits

Doane University accepts college-level academic credits from students in good academic standing, subject to:

  • Remedial or developmental courses are non-transferrable. 
  • Students will receive academic credit for transferable college-level courses without regard to instructional modality including online courses and programs, dual Enrollment credits, and Early College High School credits. Courses must be complete with a grade of “C-” or better.

 

Getting Started

For more information, and to begin a personalized conversation about your next educational move, contact our enrollment team by calling 844-321-6642 or emailing enrollment@doane.edu