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Office of Articulation and Transfer Resources

Austin Community College District
5930 Middle Fiskville Road
Austin, Texas 78752-4390
Telephone: (512) 223-7636
Park University

Office of Articulation and Transfer Resources

University Information Sheet



Park University

Avallon II Suite 100

10415 Morado Circle

Austin, TX 78759

(512) 385-7275


Contact for Transfer Students:

Yvonne Moduno - Campus Center Director or

Cynthia Tafoya - Assistant Director/VA Certifying Official or

Articulation Agreement: 

Yes. Programs of study: Social Psychology, Accounting, Human Resources, Marketing, Management, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science.

Academic Programs

Programs can be found at


Admission Requirements for Transfer Students:

Information regarding admission requirements, how to apply, etc can be found at


Transfer Credit Information:

Information can be found at The course equivalency guide for ACC classes to Park classes can be found at


Remedial courses do not transfer in. Some courses may come in with a grade of “D,” but it is taken as a course by course basis. We do not accept duplication of courses. Park will accept CLEP/DANTES scores, military experience and validated learning experience.

Approximate Cost/Range for One Academic Year

(15 hours per semester, Fall and Spring):

Tuition & Fees


Books & Supplies



Distance Learning: 

The College for Distance Learning and online programs outside of what the Austin campus offers can be found at


Financial Aid:

Our four steps for applying to Financial Aid can be found at

Scholarships for Transfer Students

 We award two $1000 scholarships throughout the year for ACC transfer students.

Special Programs Unique to Your School:

Park University - Austin offers courses both online and in the evenings. This allows students to have a full time job and still attend classes towards their degree program. Park offers 8-week accelerated classes. The average class size is about 8-12 students in the classroom, which allows for more interaction with the instructor. The office staff has an open door policy in which students are able to get all of their issues, advising, financial aid paperwork completed in one place. Our tuition price is also very low which allows students to use the full benefits of financial aid, tuition assistance, etc. We also offer a payment plan for tuition as well.

Accreditationl Information:

Park University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, (KAN214F), 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL. 60602 (312-263-0456).

Note: The information shown here is subject to change.  Students are strongly encouraged to verify information with the institution to which they intend to transfer.


Last update: April 23, 2011

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