Transfer Planning

Information on transferring to bachelor degree programs.

Transfer to a 4-Year College or University

MCC offers associate degrees that provide options to continuing your education at public and private colleges and universities in Connecticut. 

To achieve your educational goals, we recommend that you plan early. It is important to select an associate degree that includes courses that build toward your bachelor’s degree.  Visit Advising and Counseling Services, which has the resources and staff to assist you in your transfer planning.

Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU): Transfer Tickets 

MCC is part of the CSCU system that consists of twelve community colleges, four state universities and Charter Oak State College. These institutions have partnered to offer a low-cost and streamlined pathway to a bachelor’s degree without incurring extra expense or requiring extra credits.

  • Start at one of Connecticut’s 12 community colleges.
  • Choose a CSCU Transfer Ticket pathway and complete an associate degree.
  • Transfer to Central, Eastern, Southern, Western or Charter Oak and earn a bachelor’s degree. 

Learn more about CSCU Transfer Tickets.

University of Connecticut: Guaranteed Admission Program (GAP)

GAP is an agreement between UConn and Connecticut community colleges that provides access and affordability to students who wish to transfer seamlessly to the University of Connecticut without needing to apply to continue their studies to earn a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences; Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources; or Business.

Learn more about the UConn GAP

Transfer to a Specialized Program  

Many of our students are interested in pursuing a specialized degree such as nursing, social work or teaching. MCC offers prerequisite courses to prepare you to transfer to four-year colleges and universities and continue your education in these and many other areas of study. Because admission requirements for these programs vary from institution to institution, you are encouraged to research each program carefully. 

For information about the colleges and universities in the area that offer these specialized programs, please contact Advising and Counseling Services at 860-512-3320. 

General Transfer Information to Private Connecticut Colleges and Universities 

For general information about transferring to private state colleges and universities, visit the State of Connecticut’s Office of Higher Education web page.


Contact Information

Please contact us with any questions or if you need assistance.

Location
Academic Advising and Counseling Services, 
Student Services Center, SSC L120

Phone
860-512-3320

Mailing Address
Great Path, MS #8
Manchester, CT 06040