Manchester Community College has a number of articulation agreements in place to benefit the smooth transition of students from MCC to baccalaureate institutions. Below is a listing of our current agreements.
The following is a listing of active articulation agreements. Copies of most original documents are available in Advising and Counseling Services, L-108.
|Dual Admission, Central Connecticut State University||All Programs/Majors Eligible|
|Dual Admission, Eastern Connecticut State University||All Programs/Majors Eligible|
|Dual Admission, Southern Connecticut State University||All Programs/Majors Eligible|
|Dual Admission, Western Connecticut State University||All Programs/Majors Eligible|
|Dual Admission, Saint Joseph College *||Business Accounting & Management/Social Work|
* Weekend Program (Saint Joseph College)
|Albertus Magnus College||Accounting & Business Administration Transfer, Business Administration|
|Bay Path College||Paralegal, Legal Studies|
|Central Connecticut State University||Hospitality & Tourism Studies|
|Elms College||Paralegal & Legal Studies|
|Fairfield University||Engineer Science Pathways Program|
|Johnson & Wales University||Travel Tourism & Hospitality Mgmt. Majors and Culinary Arts|
|New England Culinary Institute||Culinary Arts Degree|
|Paul Smith’s College of Arts & Sciences||Hotel & Resort Tourism Mgmt., B.S. for students in Food Service Mgmt.|
|University of Connecticut||Accounting and Business Administration Transfer|
|University of Hartford||Accounting & Business Administration Transfer|
|University of Hartford||Business Administration Entrepreneurship Option|
|University of Hartford||Paralegal Studies|
* Online program
|American International College||General Admission|
|Eastern Connecticut State University||College of Continuing Education, Management & Human Services|
|University of Connecticut||School of Liberal Arts & College of Agriculture & Natural Recourses|
Students interested in any of these programs should make an appointment with a counselor for more information.
Procedure to Establish a New Articulation Agreement with MCC
Contact Robert Turner, coordinator of transfer services, 860-512-3328 to initiate the process. A meeting will be convened with faculty, administrators, etc. from each institution to determine the feasibility and particulars of the agreement.
A draft Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will be developed outlining the particulars of the agreement.
Upon review and approval by the chief academic and/or executive officers (occasionally), the MOU will signed into effect with start and end dates clearly noted.
Faculty, advisors, and students will be notified of the new agreement and the agreement will be added to the MCC website.
Articulation Contact Information
For information regarding MCC articulation agreements, please contact Robert Turner, Coordinator of Transfer Services, at 860-512-3328.