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Transfer 101 Explore the transfer option from community college to a 4-year college or university
The Transfer Process With careful planning you can: Finish your Associate of Arts (AA) and have completed your general university requirements Finish an AS-T (Associate of Science Transfer) degrees at SCC, complete many courses toward your major along with some general university requirements. Some AAS degrees transfer to a few universities, as well.
Why Choose the Community College Transfer Pathway? Save significant tuition costs Smaller faculty: student ratio available Study close to home Begin your university studies at junior status, in most cases.
The Transfer Process Steps for a Seamless Transition 1.Meet with an counselor early 2.Identify educational goals 3.Research prospective universities 4.Meet with a college advisor from your chosen 4yr institution 5.Be aware of application and financial aid deadlines
Completing College Applications Things to Remember When Applying Apply early and follow directions for each application Keep copies of materials sent to schools Be aware of important dates and deadlines Have someone proof read your work Contact the admissions office if you have any questions
Important Contacts Cathy Shaffer, Director of Transfer Center, Spokane Community College, 533-8037 Loren Pemberton, Counselor, Spokane Falls Community College, 533-3503 Laura Sanchez, EWU Office of Admissions, Transfer Coordinator, 359-4258 Kim Mickey WSU Admissions, 994-9690 Celeste Lewis, Director of Admission, Whitworth University, 777-4262 Joan Sarles, Asst. Director of Admissions, Gonzaga University, 323-6571