SCC'S UNIVERSITY TRANSFER DEGREES
TRANSITION YOU TO THE UNIVERSITY OF YOUR DREAMS
The Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Arts - Business and Accounting Transfer (AA-BA), and Associate in Science (AS) degrees at SCC are the only fully transferable degrees that can be your bridges to the university. With an AA, AA-BA, or AS degree, you can easily transition to NC universities and most private colleges to achieve your professional dreams.
You can earn freshman and sophomore-level general education credits towards your bachelor's degree. At SCC, you can take university-equivalent courses taught by qualified, caring faculty and save a lot of money! Additionally, class sizes are small and friendly; you won't be just a number at SCC. Classes are offered in seated (hybrid) and online formats, so you can fit a transfer degree into your busy schedule. Our success coaches and faculty care about you and are ready to help you achieve your academic and professional dreams.
For more information about the University Transfer Program, contact:
Success Coaches (for advising and registration assistance), Room 201, Snyder:
Reese Linnell, Associate in Arts and Associate in Arts: Business Administration, 704.991.0223
Dr. Elizabeth Lackey, Associate in Science, 704.991.0359
University Transfer Program Head:
Claudia Gresham, 704.991.0307, email@example.com
What is University Transfer and how does a transfer degree work?
How do I know what classes to take?
Associate in Arts - Checklist/Course sequence
Associate in Science - Checklist/Course sequence
Associate in Arts: Business Administration Degree
How do I transfer?
How do I get involved?
Other helpful information for students and parents
The transfer of credits between a NC community college or NC university to SCC is governed by a Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA). If you believe the terms of the CAA have not been honored by SCC you may appeal our decision through the CAA Transfer Credit Appeal Procedure.
- Appendix E of the agreement (http://www.nccommunitycolleges.edu/sites/default/files/basic-pages/academic-programs/attachments/caa_tac_08.2016.pdf) discusses appeal procedures.
- The appeal process is also detailed on the UNC-GA website which also links to an appeals form. https://www.northcarolina.edu/college-transferarticulation-agreements/comprehensive-articulation-agreement-caa
- Appeal form link: https://www.northcarolina.edu/sites/default/files/documents/caa_transfer_credit_appeal_procedure.pdf