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Transfer

Planning to graduate and/or transfer to a four-year institution, college or university? Make an appointment with a transfer advisor!

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The College has over 40 transfer agreements with four-year institutions, making it easier to save money and enjoy small classes at the College, and then transfer to pursue your bachelor’s degree. Students interested in transferring to a four-year institution should schedule an appointment with a transfer advisor shortly after beginning their first semester classes. Bring your own research to your appointment.

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Transfer Timeline

The following guide is suggested for students who have finished ESL and are interested in transferring to a four-year college or university:

First Semester of Regular Academic Courses (or up to 15 credits)

  • Clarify your academic goals
  • Attend transfer fairs and information sessions on campus
  • Meet with a transfer counselor to begin transfer process

Second Semester (or 15-30 credits)

  • Gather information on transfer institutions
  • Attend transfer workshops

Third Semester (or 30-50 credits)

  • Contact admissions counselors at transfer institutions
  • Visit transfer campuses
  • Submit applications for admissions, and if applicable, contact financial aid offices

Fourth Semester (or 50+ credits)

  • Contact transfer institutions to ensure application file is complete