Welcome to the Virtual Transfer Center, a hub of information and resources to assist students like you.
So you want to transfer to a four-year college? That’s great! DCCC may not be the final stop of your academic journey and that’s okay. In fact, we’re here to help you navigate your future options.
Let’s get started. Below you’ll find information on paying for college, transferring, North Carolina four-year institutions, and upcoming events happening at DCCC that can help you make the right decision.
Paying for College
In-state vs. out-of-state tuition will vary depending on institution. Cost should be a consideration when you’re deciding where to go to college, but it shouldn’t prevent you from achieving your goal of attending and graduating from college. Not only are there plenty of colleges and universities at different price points, but there is also a lot of federal, state, and institutional financial aid available to help cover tuition and living expenses. More tips are found here: www.firstgenerationstudent.com/pay
- College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) is a free service of the State of North Carolina that helps students plan, apply, and pay for college.
- Scholarship opportunities exist! Check out major UNC system scholarships, as well as links to individual school websites.
College Transfer Tips
- Transferrable courses: Consider taking these courses at DCCC to ensure they will transfer. Note: Not all courses shown here are offered at DCCC, but those that are offered will transfer.
- A completed associate degree is NOT required to transfer, but is highly recommended. Students who earn an associate degree from DCCC are granted 60-61 credit hours and the status of "junior" if accepted into a UNC system campus.
- CFNC Planner: Learn about opportunities for transfer between North Carolina's colleges and universities.
- NC Comprehensive Articulation Agreement
- Transfer to a NC Public 4 year College or University: Thinking about transferring to a North Carolina Public College or University? Find the school you plan to attend and go to their list of Baccalaureate Degree Plans, then choose the program you are interested and review the courses needed in the degree plan.
North Carolina has 17 public and 36 private campuses throughout the state. Each campus offers something different in regard to size, location, and programs offered. Use the links below to find out more about each institution.
- North Carolina Public Institutions
- North Carolina Private Institutions
- Interested in going out of state? Use this tool to search schools by location: bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search
Be sure to keep an eye out for events throughout the year that can help you make an informed decision when it comes to transferring to the right four-year college for you.