Carroll Community College will open at 10 a.m. Friday, January 18, 2019
Students should check Blackboard for information from their instructors. For information on Continuing Education classes/activities, call 410-386-8457. For safety reasons, do not arrive prior to opening time.
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.
In addition to those agreements, which comprise most majors, Carroll maintains some special agreements with the following colleges and universities:
Carroll has joined Frederick and Howard Community Colleges in an
innovative program to enhance access to allied health programs. The
Mid-Maryland Allied Healthcare Education Consortium allows you to enter
selected programs at any of the three colleges.
Carroll RN graduates are offered a discounted tuition rate with
acceptance to this B.S.N. program. All course work is completed online.
Students must have a 2.5 GPA and completed A.S. degree requirements with
a C or better to qualify.
Excelsior offers many online programs, including RN-to-BSN, Business,
Cybersecurity, Healthcare Management and Criminal Justice. Students can
transfer up to 116 credits from accredited institutions. As a partner
school, Carroll's graduates receive discounted tuition. See our partner page for details.
RN to BSN articulation
Guaranteed Admission Agreement
Students must: • Graduate from Carroll Community College with at least a 3.0 GPA • Apply at least 6 months prior to the start date of the semester you wish to transfer to SMCM See the full agreement for details.
Nursing (RN to BSN)
Maryland Transfer Advantage Program (MTAP) transfer agreement
Associate of Science in Engineering (ASE) transfer
UMCP Institute of Applied Agriculture Agreement
UMUC's Completion Scholarship allows Maryland community college graduates to complete a bachelor's degree for only about $12,000.
See the UMUC-Carroll Alliance website for detailed guides for transfer to the following programs: