Transfer Agreements

  • Transfer Programs

    Carroll's transfer programs are designed to fulfill requirements of most colleges and universities.

    In addition, Carroll holds specific transfer agreements with a number of institutions and these include transfer plans for specific majors as well as agreements that offer benefits such as tuition discounts and guaranteed admissions at certain institutions.

    What is a transfer agreement?

    Transfer Agreements are formal agreements between Carroll Community College and another college or university documenting the transfer policies. These agreements (also called articulation agreements, 2 + 2 pathways, or memorandums of understanding) can be for a general degree or for a specific academic program. All agreements are based on students completing their Associate Degree.

    It is always important to talk to the school you are transferring to and have them evaluate your Carroll classes before you take them to make sure you understand how they will transfer. The Advising Office provide contact information and what questions to ask. Stop in room A102 for assistance.

    While Carroll's transfer programs are designed to fulfill requirements of most colleges and universities. It is important to select your courses carefully and align choices with the program at the receiving institution. 

    ARTSYS, the articulation system of the University System of Maryland, facilitates transferring by providing course equivalencies and Recommended Transfer Programs (RTPs) at Maryland colleges and universities. This website features the freshman and sophomore academic course schedule recommended for their native students, but translated into Carroll course numbers and requirements. 

    Transfer Links

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