Transfer Advisement

 
 
 

Steps to a Successful Transfer:

  1. Seek advice from an academic advisor during your first semester.
  2. Choose as early as possible your transfer institution and your intended major.
  3. Make use of ARTSYS, a computerized method of determining the transferability of your courses.
  4. Contact your intended transfer institution to determine application and admissions procedures and deadlines.
  5. Be aware that courses and program requirements may change. Be sure to consult frequently with an advisor or your CCBC program coordinator.


ARTSYS: An Electronic Tool for Maryland Transfer Students:
http://artweb.usmd.edu

Contains information on:

  • Majors and Programs Offered at each Maryland Institution
  • General Education Requirements Offered at each Maryland Institution
  • Transferability of Individual Courses from Community Colleges to Four-Year Institutions
  • Majors Offered at all Maryland Institutions
  • Recommended Transfer Patterns (Specific to Major and Transfer Institution)
  • Transcript Evaluations

Transferring Within Maryland (Special Policies):

CCBC students who have completed the associates degree or at least 56 credits with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher shall not be denied direct transfer to a Maryland public four-year institution.

CCBC general education requirements shall be applicable to the general education requirements at any other Maryland public college or university.

Maryland four-year institutions will transfer in between 60-70 credits from CCBC. Check with the individual institution for exact numbers.

Have additional questions? Check out the Student Guide to Transfer Among Maryland Colleges and Universities.

 

 
 
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