Transfer to CCBC as an International StudentAre you currently an F-1 international student attending another U.S. college or university? Make the smart choice and transfer to CCBC!
Why Choose CCBC
Many F-1 international students who are already in the United States choose CCBC because of the proximity to Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C. At CCBC, we offer more than 200 degrees and certificates programs and transferable coursework to meet your needs. As a CCBC student, you can:
Improve your English skills
We offer comprehensive English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes from basic to advanced levels to help prepare you for college. Learn more »
Earn credits toward an associate degree
Choose from more than 100 degree programs with no restrictions on what associate degree you earn. Our popular degrees include Nursing, Engineering, Information Technology, Cybersecurity and Business. Plus, if you have credits to transfer, we’ll do everything we can to make them count toward your CCBC degree or certificate. Learn more »
Transfer your credits to another U.S. college or university
Expect a smooth transition when you’re ready to earn a bachelor’s degree! We have more than 70 transfer agreements and partnerships with four-year colleges and universities. Many of our partners offer scholarships to qualifying international students. Learn more »
Applying to CCBC as an International Transfer Student
International students with a valid F-1 visa who plan to transfer to CCBC from another U.S. college or university, follow these steps to apply to CCBC. Submit all required documents to International Student Services by:
- August 1 for the Fall semester
- January 2 for the Spring semester
- May 10 for the Summer semester
Step 1: Submit the application for admission
Step 2: Submit all required documents to International Student Services
After you have submitted all of the above documents to the International Student Services office, an International Student Services counselor will review them. Upon approval, a CCBC acceptance letter, an I-20 and information about the I-901 SEVIS fee will be mailed. Upon receipt of the CCBC Acceptance Letter and Certificate of Eligibility (I-20) and arrival in Baltimore, Maryland, schedule an orientation and registration appointment with your assigned International Student Services Counselor.
Tuition and Fees
One condition of obtaining an F-1 International Student Visa is the agreement to engage in full-time study and the documentation of sufficient funding. View the complete list of F-1 Visa restrictions and requirements »
F-1 Visa holders must enroll in a minimum of 12 credits per semester and pay the out-of-state tuition rate.