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Transfer to University

Transferring doesn’t have to be a hassle. We’ll show you how it’s done! First, Arizona’s public community colleges and universities have a statewide transfer policy detailing how courses transfer and apply. That means you can select courses to meet university requirements even if you haven’t chosen your major or your university. The Arizona Transfer Model includes the Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC), transfer pathways, and common courses. If you transfer to a private university in Arizona or in another state, your transfer plan may still include completing an AGEC and/or an associate degree. Ask your advisor.

Transfer Pathways

Plan to transfer to ASU, NAU, or UofA to earn your bachelor’s degree? If so, transfer pathways can help you get there. They lay out specific courses and program requirements to help you be prepared to smoothly transfer to one of Arizona’s four-year universities. And they allow you to select courses that will transfer and apply even if you aren’t sure which university you’ll attend.

 

Explore Pathways

 

Want to learn more? Check out the Transfer FAQs.

Visit the Transfer Center

The Transfer Center is here to help you through the university transfer process and admission requirements, and to connect with university representatives. When you visit the center, you can meet with university representatives one-on-one to discuss the transfer process, transcripts, degree transfer guides, websites, and other resources.

 

Visit the Transfer Center