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Steps to Transfer

Here is a guide on how to get started on your transfer journey from the Maricopa Community Colleges to the University.

MCCCD Marketing

on 10 May 2011

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A transfer Associate’s degree is designed to maximize your credits and prepare you for your university major. Upon completion of an Associate, you will enter the university as a junior. Additional advantages for completing an Associate’s degree are: increased income, knowledge, and skills; help to qualify for a job or promotion and tuition discounts and scholarships at
Maricopa partner universities. Why should I earn an Associate’s degree? What can I do to ensure a successful transfer? It’s never too early to begin planning for a smooth transfer to a university. The longer you wait to make a decision, the more you risk delaying degree completion or loss of credit. Here are some additional tips:
• Declare your intent to transfer when you meet with an advisor.
• Select a major as early as possible, definitely by the time you complete
24 credits.
• Select courses that are transferable to your university.
• Complete Math, English, and Lab Science course requirements early.
• Take summer courses.
•Earn at least 24 credits in your first year. Where can I transfer? The Maricopa Community Colleges have partnerships
with Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, University of Arizona, and more than 40 other institutions nationwide. These university partnerships assist students in transferring community college credits from one institution to

To access a list of Maricopa’s university partners, please visit:

It is recommended that you transfer after completing an Associate’s degree or when you and your advisor determine that you are fully prepared to transfer to the university. Early in your last semester, follow these steps: Meet with an Academic Advisor to ensure your degree requirements are met. Request the AGEC certification on your transcript to receive all the benefits. Check the university admission requirements. Each university has its own requirements. Complete your university application and pay the application fee. Submit official transcripts from EVERY college/university you have attended. If you have attended more than one Maricopa Community College, you can request all official transcripts online using my.maricopa.edu. Submit immunization records to the university. Without verification on record, you may not register for classes. Academic advisors are critical in the planning process, especially if you want to transfer to a university. Meeting with an advisor can help you maximize your transfer credits, meet degree requirements in a timely manner, and save time and money.

Contact a college advisor today! If you know that you will transfer to a university, but you do not know what your major will be, it’s best to begin with the Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC). AGEC is a 35-semester-credit general education program of study. Completion of the AGEC guarantees you will be admitted to any of the Arizona state public universities. Meet with an academic advisor to determine which AGEC is appropriate for your degree or program. I want to transfer.
What do I need to do?
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