DCC Transfer Center

 

Transfer Timeline

Here is a to-do list to help keep you on track:

4 semesters before transfer

Speak to a DCC Academic Advisor to help choose your major.

Meet with your 4-year school’s Transfer Advisor.

Read the Transfer Agreement or Guaranteed Admissions Agreement for your 4-year school.

Use a Transfer Advising Guide to pick the right DCC courses for your major.

Learn about general education and other requirements at the institution(s) you are considering.

Begin looking for scholarships, discounts and other ways to meet costs.

Many programs will require Math, English, Social Sciences, and Lab Sciences, so begin those courses as early as possible.

3 semesters before transfer

Continue working with your DCC Academic Advisor or Transfer Advisor.

Decide which 4-year school is best for you and visit the campus.

If required, complete a letter of intent for your chosen institution. Contact the Transfer Advisor for your respective school to complete this.

Use the four-year institutions’ Transfer Guides to pick the right DCC courses.

Look up your future institution’s academic calendars and deadlines.

2 semesters before transfer

Complete transferable coursework and Apply for Graduation.

Continue taking courses that will transfer to your major.

Submit your admission application, financial aid application and all official transcripts to the 4-year schools you are considering.

Once admitted to the institution, complete any specific scholarship and housing applications as appropriate.

1 semester before transfer

Check your Student Information System (SIS) account to verify that there are no financial/administrative holds on your student record.

After graduation

Have your final official DCC Transcript sent to your 4-year school.

 

 

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