With ICN Interinstitutional Registration, you receive resident credit at your Home Institution for courses taken at other participating ICN Home Institutions. If you are receiving financial aid from your Home Institution, it will cover the cost of these courses. And best of all, your course(s) and grade(s) will appear on your Home Institution transcript automatically.

  1. Prior to registering, ask your academic advisor to sign a copy of the ICN Interinstitutional Course Form to ensure that the course(s) to be taken at another ICN Home Institution will be accepted by your Home Institution and apply to your specific degree program.
  2. Then, login and/or create an ICN account to complete the ICN Preregistration Form. Your preregistration request will be processed by ICN and forwarded to your Home Institution (generally within 24 hours).
  3. Your Home Institution will contact you to confirm your registration.
  4. You will be billed by your Home Institution at its tuition rate for all of your courses, regardless of where they originate. The college or university offering the course(s) (Originating Institution) will contact you with information on buying your books. If you need access to equipment to take your class(es), the Originating Institution can also reserve space for you at a local learning center.

View/print a copy of the Checklist for ICN Interinstitutional Registration.

NOTE: If you are registering for a course(s) from an ICN institution identified as an Originating Institution only on Participating Institutions, see Registering for Courses via Traditional Registration and Transfer.