You can go anywhere. It is never too early to plan for transfer.
4Cs graduates have been accepted for transfer admission to a full range of bachelor’s institutions, and many have continued their education even further in graduate and professional programs. Through articulated pathways and programs, benefits may include guaranteed admission to MA State Universities and the UMass system for qualified students, negotiated agreements with many private colleges and universities guaranteeing admission for qualified graduates, tuition discounts, and more. Cape Cod Community College participates in the MassTransfer Program, a single, streamlined policy to simplify the transfer process in the Massachusetts State system.
Students who plan to transfer are encouraged to meet early on with the College’s transfer advisor, as well as with their advisor, to schedule courses which meet the Freshman and Sophomore requirements of bachelor’s programs at transfer institutions. Students planning to transfer to highly selective colleges and/or programs are advised to include 200-level and honors courses in their curriculum to make themselves more competitive for admission.
Our highly qualified Transfer Advisor is available to assist students with all facets of transfer, beginning with the exploration of transfer institutions through the application process.
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A clear path for transfer to state-supported universities and colleges in Massachusetts.
MassTransfer is Massachusetts' State transfer program. It provides community college students with options for transfer to state-supported universities and colleges in Massachusetts. MassTransfer is comprised of the MassTransfer Block, MassTransfer Programs, Academic Transfer Pathways, Commonwealth Commitment, Reverse Transfer, and a course equivalency database. Benefits a student may be eligible for are full transfer of credit, transfer as a junior in the major, guaranteed admission, free application, tuition discount, satisfying the general education requirements/distribution/core requirements, tuition rebate, and a freeze on tuition and fees.
For additional information: www.mass.edu/masstransfer
Cape Cod Community College has agreements with many institutions of higher education that provide articulated pathways from Associate’s Degree to Bachelor’s Degree.
For a list of articulations and transfer agreements visit: www.capecod.edu/transfer/articulations
The Office of Advanced Studies is the coordinating center for the Bachelor's and Master's degree programs being offered on-campus by participating colleges and universities. Most courses are held on nights and weekends, and all credits and degrees earned are granted by the participating institutions.
As the host institution, Cape Cod Community College works closely with these schools to provide programs the Cape's workforce will need. Students are advised to contact the institution granting the degree for details.
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