INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s effort to turn Ivy Tech Community College into a two-year feeder program is being stymied by a lack of uniform standards that has created a system in which some four-year universities accept transfer credits while others reject them.

Ivy Tech has agreements with 65 universities on which classes will transfer, but they aren’t binding, and the agreements are often confusing. In some cases, an individual dean can have the final say on whether a course taken at Ivy Tech will count toward a degree in a four-year program.

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