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Planning to Transfer in 2016? We Can Help.

Last updated on October 9, 2019

Thinking about transferring to a four-year university? DCCCD hosts transfer fairs each year on our campuses to assist you in the process and help ensure a smooth, carefully planned transfer.

Spring 2016 Transfer Fairs

At these 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.

No advance registration is required to attend – each fair is open for students to come and go as needed.

(Ideally, you should also meet with an academic advisor to develop a transfer plan before attending the fair, but it’s not required.)

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.

More Information

  • We believe you’re better off in college than not. Take advantage of DCCCD’s available student services on your campus to learn more about ways we can help you – and you can help you – stay in college and earn a degree or credential.
  • Not sure what you want to major in? Check out DCCCD’s degree and certificate programs to help you decide.
  • Keep an eye on the DCCCD academic calendar so you know the start dates for each semester or flex term.
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