Transfer Services

Transferring from ACC to a four-year college or university is a popular path to a bachelor's degree. Build a solid academic foundation and save on the cost of college by starting your journey to a bachelor's degree at ACC. ACC offers a university transfer/core curriculum and choice of associate degrees, many designed specifically for students who want to transfer and apply ACC credits toward a bachelor's degree at another instutition. ACC provides a wealth of support services and resources to help students discover their right fit transfer destination.

Your Transfer Journey Starts Now

Identify transfer goals & take the right classes

Advisors and Career and Transfer Specialists are available to help you determine the best path to complete your associate degree, transfer successfully and meet your career goals. Advisors can help you select the right courses that will transfer, apply to your future bachelor's degree, and satisfy your ACC and university degree requirements. Transfer Specialists can help you identify admissions requirements and assist with your university application. Track your progress toward your bachelor's degree by following your university's admissions criteria and using transfer guides

Connect with a Specialist

Not sure what transfer destination is right for you? 

Have you been accepted to a four year institution?

Share your transfer news with us by filling out the "I'm Transferring!" form. If you need to request a transcript to send to your future university, order an ACC Transcript.

Transferring before earning an associate degree?

You may qualify for reverse transfer. Find out more on the Reverse Transfer website.

University Representatives 

Interested in tabling at any of our campuses? Complete the University Visit Request Form at least two weeks before your intended visit. Contact Renee Esparza at or Marisa Rodriguez Serrano at if you are offering online or in-person transfer admissions events and want us to add them to our Transfer Events Calendar, or if you want to discuss other ways to connect with our students.