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Transfer Opportunities

Capital Community College has a variety of transfer articulation agreements with both public and private colleges and universities including the University of Connecticut, the Connecticut State University system (Central, Eastern, Southern and Western) and the University of Saint Joseph. It is vital that students seek the advice of a counselor or academic advisor early in their academic career to ensure proper course selection. Credits that are transferable and applicable vary from college to college, therefore it is critical that students learn about the college of his or her choice, and the transfer process for that college. A brief summary of major transfer agreements is provided here.

TRANSFER TO THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT THROUGH THE GUARANTEED ADMISSION PROGRAM (GAP)

The Guaranteed Admission Program (GAP) is an agreement between the Connecticut Community Colleges and the University of Connecticut that guarantees admission to the University of Connecticut's College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and to the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, provided certain requirements are met. Students must have earned no more than 30 transferable credits at the time of application to the program, must maintain a 3.0 minimum cumulative average and complete the Associates Degree in Liberal Arts at Capital under the terms of the agreement. For additional information please Sabrina Adams-Roberts at the Counseling Center at (860)906-5043 or click here.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TRANSFER PATHWAY TO UCONN WEST HARTFORD CAMPUS

Automatic admission to the School of Business & Technology major is guaranteed for CCC transfer students who:

  1. Complete an Associate Degree in Management or Insurance and Financial Services and have an overall GPA of 3.0.
  2. Achieve a B (3.0) or higher in all CCC courses being used for 200 level major requirements.
  3. Receive a C or higher in courses eligible for transfer credit.

For more information contact Counselor Sabrina Adams-Roberts at (860) 906-5043 or Professor Nancy LaGuardia (860) 906-5174. You may also click here for more information.

BRIDGE TO BUSINESS AT CCSU

Automatic admission to the Central Connecticut State University School of Business is guaranteed for Capital students who:

  1. Complete an Associates Degree in Management or Insurance and Financial Services degree according to the CCSU School of Business transfer process with an overall GPA of 2.5 out of 4.0.
  2. Achieve a 2.5 or higher in all business courses.
  3. Receive a C- or higher in courses eligible for transfer credit

For more information contact Counselor Sabrina Adams-Roberts at (860) 906-5043, Professor Nancy LaGuardia at (860) 906-5174 or Sharon Braverman at Braverman@mail.ccsu.edu. You may also click here for additional Information.

GUARANTEED ADMISSION PROGRAM AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CONNECTICUT COMMUNITY COLLEGES (CCC) AND THE UNIVERSITY OF SAINT JOSEPH (USJ) WEEKEND PROGRAM

This agreement is for students who early on express an interest in earning a bachelor's degree in Accounting, Management, Social Work, or Psychology and are interested in the USJ weekend program. Students will have guaranteed enrollment in one of the above bachelor degree programs upon completing an associate degree at Capital. Students must:

  1. Achieve a minimum GPA of 2.5
  2. Meet program specific admission requirements.
  3. Complete an application, prior to earning 15 transfer credits.

For additional information please contact the Capital Community College Counseling Center at (860) 906-5040 or a USJ transfer admissions counselor at (860) 231-5308. Students may also transfer to the Women's College if they have up to 60 transferable credits.

Guaranteed Admission Program

PROGRAM SPECIFIC ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION DEGREE

COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY; ENGINEERING SCIENCE DEGREE

COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY: TECHNOLOGY STUDIES

NURSING (RN) DEGREE

Capital's Nursing Program is part of The Connecticut Articulation Model for Nurse Educational Mobility. Graduates from Capital's Nursing Program can receive advanced placement credit to baccalaureate nursing programs in Connecticut if they hold a license in Connecticut as a Registered Nurse and fulfill the admission's requirements sought by each program. Click here for RN to BSN agreements/opportunities

PHARMACY

PSYCHOLOGY

PUBLIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION

RADIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY DEGREE

SOCIAL SERVICES DEGREE

Commonly Used Transfer Equivalency Links

Transfer Scholarships

DR. ARTHUR C. BANKS JR. SCHOLARSHIP

Sponsored by the Capital Community Student Senate at CCC-four scholarships of $500 each.

  1. Must be a May 2011 graduate of CCC or have earned 60 credits by the spring of 2011 semester - 75% of the qualifying work must be done at CCC;
  2. Scholarships are based on academic performance and financial need;
  3. Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00 to be considered;
  4. Must submit proof of acceptance to a four-year institution;
  5. Must submit a short essay regarding student's Career Objective/Biographical Info.

CCSU COMMUNITIY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

Sponsored by Central Connecticut State University - $2000 per year Recommendation will be made to CCSU for the selected candidate.

  1. Must be a May 2011 graduate of CCC;
  2. Must meet all University entrance requirements and be full-time matriculated
  3. Must have earned 60 credits
  4. Must have a minimum cumulative graded point average of 3.0
  5. Must remain full-time and in good academic standing in order to remain eligible for renewal
  6. Must submit a short essay regarding student's Career Objective/Biographical Info

ECSU COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

Sponsored by Eastern Connecticut State University - $1,000 per year Recommendation will be made to ECSU for the selected candidate.

  1. Must be a May 2011 graduate of CCC
  2. Must meet all University entrance requirements and be full time matriculated
  3. Must maintain a 3.0 GPA for eligibility and renewal for a second year
  4. Must submit a short essay regarding student's Career Objective/Biographical Info

U of H PRESIDENT TO PRESIDENT SCHOLARSHIP
Sponsored by the University of Hartford - $8,000 scholarship Recommendation will be made to the University of Hartford for the selected candidate.

  1. Student must apply and be accepted to the University by April 16, 2010
  2. Student must be full time matriculated
  3. Student must have a GPA of 3.3 or higher
  4. Student must have an Associates Degree
  5. Student must be a permanent resident or U.S. citizen
  6. Must submit a short essay regarding student's Career Objective/Biographical Info
  7. Must be a May 2011 graduate of CCC

UNIVERSITY OF SAINT JOSEPH
Sponsored by the University of Saint Joseph (USJ)-$7,500 (G.P.A. 3.5-4.0), $5,000 (G.P.A. 3.0-3.49) and $3,000 (G.P.A:2.5-2.99)

Student must apply and get accepted to University of Saint Joseph.

Student must have completed 24 or more transfer credits at CCC.

Student must be enrolled in one of the following programs at USJ: Humanities, Natural Science, Social Science, Education or Business.

CHARTER OAK COLLEGE

Sponsored by Charter Oak College Recommendations will be made to Charter Oak College for the selected Candidate. Student must apply and be accepted to Charter Oak College.

  1. Student must be a May 2011 graduate of CCC
  2. Student must be an adult age 25 or older
  3. Student must demonstrate interest and success in online learning and have completed six or more credits online
  4. Student must have a G.P.A. of 2.7 or higher

Student must provide a short essay about the benefits of online learning.

DR JAI SMITH TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP

Sponsored by the Dean of Student Services $1,000
Awarded to a student who has demonstrated perseverance, contributed to their community, and served others in the spirit of Dr. Jai.

FINCH COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP
Grants created specifically for Community College students transferring to any accredited four-year college have been established by The Finch College Alumnae Association Foundation. These transfer scholarships are offered to women age 22 and over. How to apply...

JANE DOE SCHOLARSHIP
The Jane Doe No More, Inc. Scholarship offers assistance with secondary education at a 2- or 4- year institution or accredited technical/arts school for individuals determined to be best qualified and likely to carry out the mission of the organization in their academic career and/or career following graduation. Criteria Form... Application Form...


Do you know a high school or college student who writes for social justice and positive change? Make sure they know about the 2012 Student Stowe Prize! Established by the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, to be awarded in 2012 Submission deadline is February 27, 2012. How to Apply...


For additional Scholarship information, please contact the Financial Aid office via email CA-FinAidHelp@ccc.commnet.edu, by calling (860) 906-5090, or in person. The Financial Aid office is on the second floor Room 216.



For more information regarding transfer opportunities please contact Sabrina Adams-Roberts at (860) 906-5043 or sadams-roberts@ccc.commnet.edu. You may also visit the Counseling Center in Room 208.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION DEGREE

COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY; ENGINEERING SCIENCE DEGREE

COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY: TECHNOLOGY STUDIES

NURSING (RN) DEGREE

Capital's Nursing Program is part of The Connecticut Articulation Model for Nurse Educational Mobility. Graduates from Capital's Nursing Program can receive advanced placement credit to baccalaureate nursing programs in Connecticut if they hold a license in Connecticut as a Registered Nurse and fulfill the admission's requirements sought by each program. Click here for RN to BSN agreements/opportunities

PHARMACY

PSYCHOLOGY

PUBLIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION

RADIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY DEGREE

SOCIAL SERVICES DEGREE

Commonly Used Transfer Equivalency Links

Transfer Scholarships

DR. ARTHUR C. BANKS JR. SCHOLARSHIP

Sponsored by the Capital Community Student Senate at CCC-four scholarships of $500 each.

  1. Must be a May 2011 graduate of CCC or have earned 60 credits by the spring of 2011 semester - 75% of the qualifying work must be done at CCC;
  2. Scholarships are based on academic performance and financial need;
  3. Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00 to be considered;
  4. Must submit proof of acceptance to a four-year institution;
  5. Must submit a short essay regarding student's Career Objective/Biographical Info.

CCSU COMMUNITIY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

Sponsored by Central Connecticut State University - $2000 per year Recommendation will be made to CCSU for the selected candidate.

  1. Must be a May 2011 graduate of CCC;
  2. Must meet all University entrance requirements and be full-time matriculated
  3. Must have earned 60 credits
  4. Must have a minimum cumulative graded point average of 3.0
  5. Must remain full-time and in good academic standing in order to remain eligible for renewal
  6. Must submit a short essay regarding student's Career Objective/Biographical Info

ECSU COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

Sponsored by Eastern Connecticut State University - $1,000 per year Recommendation will be made to ECSU for the selected candidate.

  1. Must be a May 2011 graduate of CCC
  2. Must meet all University entrance requirements and be full time matriculated
  3. Must maintain a 3.0 GPA for eligibility and renewal for a second year
  4. Must submit a short essay regarding student's Career Objective/Biographical Info

U of H PRESIDENT TO PRESIDENT SCHOLARSHIP
Sponsored by the University of Hartford - $8,000 scholarship Recommendation will be made to the University of Hartford for the selected candidate.

  1. Student must apply and be accepted to the University by April 16, 2010
  2. Student must be full time matriculated
  3. Student must have a GPA of 3.3 or higher
  4. Student must have an Associates Degree
  5. Student must be a permanent resident or U.S. citizen
  6. Must submit a short essay regarding student's Career Objective/Biographical Info
  7. Must be a May 2011 graduate of CCC

UNIVERSITY OF SAINT JOSEPH
Sponsored by the University of Saint Joseph (USJ)-$7,500 (G.P.A. 3.5-4.0), $5,000 (G.P.A. 3.0-3.49) and $3,000 (G.P.A:2.5-2.99)

Student must apply and get accepted to University of Saint Joseph.

Student must have completed 24 or more transfer credits at CCC.

Student must be enrolled in one of the following programs at USJ: Humanities, Natural Science, Social Science, Education or Business.

CHARTER OAK COLLEGE

Sponsored by Charter Oak College Recommendations will be made to Charter Oak College for the selected Candidate. Student must apply and be accepted to Charter Oak College.

  1. Student must be a May 2011 graduate of CCC
  2. Student must be an adult age 25 or older
  3. Student must demonstrate interest and success in online learning and have completed six or more credits online
  4. Student must have a G.P.A. of 2.7 or higher

Student must provide a short essay about the benefits of online learning.

DR JAI SMITH TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP

Sponsored by the Dean of Student Services $1,000
Awarded to a student who has demonstrated perseverance, contributed to their community, and served others in the spirit of Dr. Jai.

FINCH COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP
Grants created specifically for Community College students transferring to any accredited four-year college have been established by The Finch College Alumnae Association Foundation. These transfer scholarships are offered to women age 22 and over. How to apply...

JANE DOE SCHOLARSHIP
The Jane Doe No More, Inc. Scholarship offers assistance with secondary education at a 2- or 4- year institution or accredited technical/arts school for individuals determined to be best qualified and likely to carry out the mission of the organization in their academic career and/or career following graduation. Criteria Form... Application Form...


Do you know a high school or college student who writes for social justice and positive change? Make sure they know about the 2012 Student Stowe Prize! Established by the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, to be awarded in 2012 Submission deadline is February 27, 2012. How to Apply...


For additional Scholarship information, please contact the Financial Aid office via email CA-FinAidHelp@ccc.commnet.edu, by calling (860) 906-5090, or in person. The Financial Aid office is on the second floor Room 216.



For more information regarding transfer opportunities please contact Sabrina Adams-Roberts at (860) 906-5043 or sadams-roberts@ccc.commnet.edu. You may also visit the Counseling Center in Room 208.

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