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The Transfer Services/Articulation and University Relations Office is here to help you transfer course credit from our colleges or to transfer from another college to one of the colleges of DCCCD.

Read Transfer & Transition: Newsletter for Transfer Students for the latest information from our office.  

Transfer From One of Our Colleges

If you want to transfer from one of the colleges of DCCCD to a four-year college or university, the key to success — and minimizing stress — is planning ahead. We have plenty of information to help you with the planning process.

  • The Transfer101 website offers a wealth of information to walk you through the process of transferring from a Texas community college to a university, step by step.
  • Steps to a Successful Transfer - Follow these steps to stay on track and achieve your transfer goals.
  • Transfer Timeline - If possible, you should begin planning your transfer about one year before you intend to start attending classes at a four-year college or university. This basic timeline lists the steps you will need to take at each stage in the process.
  • Virtual Transfer Fair - Visit universities without leaving your computer! See ourstremaing video iconwelcome video to learn more about this tool. 
  • University Transfer Guides - If you already know which university you want to attend and which major you want to study, use these guides to make sure your courses from DCCCD colleges transfer into your major.
  • Articulation (Transfer) Agreements - These contracts establish the terms and conditions of transfer from DCCCD to various universities. Familiarizing yourself with the articulation agreement between DCCCD and your university of choice can help you ensure a smooth transfer.
  • University Pre-admission - Many universities offer pre-admission to graduates of DCCCD colleges, which may lock your tuition rate, allow you to use university services and much more.
  • Transfer Resources - Here you’ll find links to tips on the transfer process, research tools that can help you find information about four-year colleges and universities and more.
  • Transfer Fairs - Find out the schedule for Transfer Fairs at your DCCCD college.
  • Read our newsletter - Learn more about transfer scholarships, university admissions and transfer events.​
  • TransferUTA - The University of Texas at Arlington ranks high on the list of schools students transfer to after leaving the colleges of DCCCD. Visit this site for course equivalencies, scholarship information, a transfer checklist and more.​​

​Want to transfer to a college of the Dallas County Community College District?

Are you home for the summer and want to pick up a few credit hours that will transfer back to your home college? Maybe you tried a big university and decided it wasn’t right for you?

You can transfer to a college of DCCCD from any institution to get the most out of your college experience.

Please note that you must request official transcripts from all colleges and universities you have previously attended before you can enroll at one of the colleges of DCCCD, even if you just want to take one class here. Having your transcripts helps us advise you about the classes you qualify to take and the classes that will best help you meet your goals. Learn more about how to enroll.

Have Questions?

Contact an academic advisor at the college of DCCCD most convenient to you. They’ll be happy to assist you.

Resources for Advisors and University Partners