It's never too early to start preparing for transfer.
RCC has tools and resources to help you stay on track.
For many students who want to stay close to home or save money, community college is a great way to get ready for a four-year degree. Preparing for transfer is about getting ready to succeed at a four-year college or university. It's about making the right choices for you, based on your major and the college or university you hope to attend.
An Advisor can help you navigate this process, even during times we are working and learning remotely. Call 541-956-7192 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Associate of Arts/Oregon Transfer
Below are statewide transfer agreements that identify the Oregon community college courses needed to transfer to any Oregon public university, and count all of those credits toward a bachelor’s degree in a specific major.
Currently Major Transfer Maps have been developed in:
The Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) team supporting the implementation of House Bill 2998 (2017) is pleased to release a Student-Facing Communications Toolkit for Oregon public colleges and universities to broaden awareness of the Oregon Transfer Compass, a growing set of tools to streamline transfer from Oregon’s 17 community colleges to Oregon’s seven public universities.
This release of the communications toolkit coincides with the recent HECC approval of Associate of Arts Transfer Degree in English Literature (AAT-English Literature), the Associate of Science Transfer Degree in Biology (AST-Biology), and the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer in Elementary Education (AAOT-ELEM ED) to be launched at Oregon’s community colleges. With the Commission’s statewide approval, the local boards of the community colleges can now approve and make available these degrees for their students without seeking individual institutional approval at the state level. The HECC approval of these major-specific degrees is an important step forward in the expansion of the Oregon Transfer Compass.
- Cost of attending Oregon's Colleges and Universities
- Oregon College and University Residency Policy
- Oregon College and University Language Policy
- Oregon University System Grading Policies
- Student-Facing Communications Toolkit
(HECC support to the implementation of House Bill 2988)