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Information for McNally Smith College of Music Students


 

Transcript Information

The Minnesota Office of Higher Education has received McNally Smith College of Music's transcripts and outstanding transcript requests. Our office has begun processing the 800 outstanding transcripts already received by McNally Smith.

Due the number of transcript requests, please be patient with our office while we work through the large backlog.

If you have not requested a transcript through McNally Smith's system, please contact kate.mccartan@state.mn.us to request your transcript. Please include your name, program, and the contact information of where you would like your transcript sent. There will be no charge for transcripts for McNally Smith students through July 14, 2018.

Closure Letter

Refunds

Due to the nature of McNally Smith College of Music's closure, no refunds due to students are anticipated to be made. If you have any questions, please contact our office.

1098-T, tuition statement form

Our office has not received confirmation from McNally Smith College of Music on whether 1098-Ts have been issued for students. A 1098-T is used for students to report the total amount paid to a school for qualified tuition and related expenses during the last calendar year.

If McNally Smith College of Music has issued 1098-T's for students, students can retrieve the 1098-T through ECSI Heartland. Students can contact ECSI Heartland at 1-866-428-1098 or logging in at https://borrower.ecsi.net/. The school code is C18 and the account number will be the students SSN. To retrieve your password, after entering the school code and account number, click on 'Need help logging in.'

Our office has copies of student ledgers for some students that show payments to McNally Smith College of Music. If you would like a copy of your student ledger, please contact our office at kate.mccartan@state.mn.us.

Transfer Information

Information regarding transfer information has been updated at the McNally Smith College of Music website

McNally Smith Transfer Pathway to Metropolitan State University

Institution Name

Metropolitan State University

Location

Multiple locations throughout the Twin Cities Metro area.

Contact

Sarah Koepke, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions
(O) 651-793-1306
(F) 651-793-1546
sarah.koepke@metrostate.edu

or

Carol Lacey, Faculty, College of Individualized Studies (experienced with facilitating transfer and degree planning for McNally Smith students)
(O) 651-793-1787
carol.lacey@metrostate.edu

Available start dates to accept MSCM students

Spring 2018
Summer 2018
Fall 2018
Ongoing

Academic Programs and Degree Options

Information available on our website


Students admitted into the College of Individualized Studies design their own degree and create a focus that matches their unique experience. The College of Individualized Studies brings together transfer credits and degree plans that include required courses, student designed learning, credit for prior learning (learning from sources outside of a college), and partnerships with other Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. Degree planning can incorporate minors as desired by the student.


Are you willing to accept credits from McNally Smith students?
Yes. The number of college credits accepted will depend on the major. The College of Individualized Studies will accept up to 72 credits of previous college work considered technical in nature. Additional general education credit seeking to be transferred is possible through review.


If so, please outline your transfer process including any exceptions, guarantees, limits, etc.
Information available on our website.

While the Spring application is no longer available online, students can apply for summer at metrostate.edu and notify us at admissions@metrostate.edu, requesting the switch to spring. Classes for spring start on January 8, 2018.


Describe your transfer admission requirements, review process and timeline, including incentives for MSCM students
Information available on our website.


Please provide information about your financial aid offerings, including any incentives to MSCM students.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. Make sure to add Metropolitan State School Code: 010374.


Please describe available housing options.
We are a commuter campus.


Please indicate the best way for interested students to begin the process of transferring to your institution.
Contact: Sarah Koepke at admissions@metrostate.edu or Carol Lacey at carol.lacey@metrostate.edu.



Students with questions or concerns can contact:

Kate McCartan
Institutional Monitoring Specialist
School Licensure ad Registration
Minnesota Office of Higher Education
651-259-3912; kate.mccartan@state.mn.us