Resources for Transfer Students

With the right information, a few important tools and the assistance of your academic advisor, transferring credit can be a smooth and seamless process. Here are some links to information and tools you may find useful.

Our Tools

  •  Transfer Pathways (approved by the district Transfer and Articulated Services office)
  • Academic Advisors
  • College Codes: You will find these codes helpful when filling out financial aid applications, admission and test score information.
  • Request a Transcript: If you want to transfer from a college of DCCCD to a university, you’ll need to request your transcript.
  • Read Our Transfer Guarantee: The colleges of DCCCD guarantee the transferability of courses under certain conditions. View this page from the catalog for more information. 
  • TRIO Programs: This program helps low-income Americans enter college, graduate and move on to participate more fully in America’s economic and social life.
  • Reverse Transfer: Did you transfer to a four-year university without completing your associate degree? You may still be able to receive it.  

Texas University Tools

Other College and University Tools

Excessive Hours

  • While you are making plans to transfer, we highly encourage you to learn more about Excessive Hours.