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This article appeared in a January 2016 issue of the student newsletter.
Thinking about transferring to a four-year university or college? A smooth transfer begins with careful planning.
To help you, the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) holds Transfer Fairs at our seven campuses each year.
We bring in four-year universities and colleges that have articulation agreements with DCCCD. These agreements ensure that you have a guaranteed and seamless transfer to those universities or colleges.
At the Transfer Fairs, our four-year university partners – UT-Arlington, UT-Dallas, the University of North Texas, Texas A&M-Commerce and many more – will share information on transfer admissions, tuition costs, general and Phi Theta Kappa transfer scholarships, bachelor degree plan requirements, campus life and much more.
You do not need to register for a transfer fair. Just come on by!
Also, we recommend meeting with an
academic advisor on your campus to develop a transfer plan. Preferably this meeting would occur
before you attend the transfer fair, but if your schedule does not permit this, no worries— you can also meet with an advisor
after the fair.
Questions about transferring? In addition to meeting with an
academic advisor, you can visit the DCCCD
Transfer Services website for a lesson in "Transfer 101."
Need more information? Contact District Transfer Coordinators
Jackie Glee and
Sunny Huang or
Gregory Williams, district director of Transfer Services, Articulation, University Relations and Special Populations.