Transfer From South Texas College

Students looking to transfer can take advantage of one of the over 150 agreements South Texas College has with university partners. Through these partnerships, students are able to complete two years at South Texas College and obtain an associate degree, then transfer to complete two more years for their bachelor’s degree.

In addition, the College’s Transfer Center is yet another resource where students can meet with representatives from transfer institutions and receive information on new articulation agreements that could impact their future choices.

Articulations & Transfer Plans

Articulation Agreements are formal agreements between two or more colleges and universities to accept credits in transfer toward a specific academic program. They provide a seamless transition for students moving from one level of education to another by matching curriculum to reduce duplication of course content. Articulation agreements exist between South Texas College and various colleges and universities.

Transferable Courses

All core curriculum courses have been converted to ensure that if you decide to leave for another institution, your credits may transfer. To see if a course will transfer to a college or university in Texas, visit the Texas Common Course Numbering System website.

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