How to Plan for Transferring
Choose the associate’s degree pathway for your major. These degrees are transferable to most universities.
Learn How and When to Transfer - Meet with an academic advisor who will help you select the right courses, choose an associate degree, and explore transfer opportunities.
Maximize Your Credits - Be selective and take courses that count toward both your associate and bachelor degree programs.
Check Your Progress - As you complete your classes, a degree audit helps check your progress and keeps you on track.
Meet University Requirements - Become familiar with all university admission requirements and application dates. Some applications, such as financial aid, have deadlines.
To ease your transition to a university, we've partnered with over 40 universities to help simplify the process.
Maricopa-ASU Pathways Program (MAPP) is a seamless transfer experience for students who want to earn an associate's degree at a Maricopa Community College and then a bachelor's degree from Arizona State University.
2NAU is a partnership with Northern Arizona University that allows you to complete your associate's and bachelor's degree in the Valley at one of the community colleges within your community.
UA Bridge provides benefits and support to students enrolled at the Maricopa Community Colleges, who are planning to transfer to the University of Arizona to earn a bachelor's degree.
For more information on university transfer, please visit our Online Transfer Center.
Reverse Transfer is a collaborative effort between the Maricopa Community Colleges and Arizona's major universities. To learn more, go to: Reverse Transfer.