If you are planning to transfer to a four-year college or university after completing your degree at TMCC, Academic Advising can help you. Once you have completed an OnTrack to Graduate workshop, you should schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor each semester to stay on track for graduation and transfer. You can schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor by contacting us.
If you know you want to transfer but you have not decided where to go it is important to start researching your options. The sooner you know your major and college or university of choice then you can begin to plan your courses toward your goal. Transferring requires researching programs and majors, deciding on a college or university, and learning about the actual transfer process. We are here to help!
Transferring Within Nevada
As a TMCC Student there are benefits to transferring to a school within the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE). If you plan to transfer to an NSHE college or university after you earn an associate degree from TMCC, you may earn guaranteed admission and a core waiver. You also have access to transfer agreements to ensure you are satisfying the lower division, or freshman and sophomore level, courses for your degree. Make an appointment with an Academic Advisor to ensure you stay on track for graduation and transfer by contacting us.
Transferring Out of State
If you are planning to transfer out of state, you will want to contact the admissions office of the college or university you will be going to. Most colleges and universities have admissions staff that specializes in helping transfer students. Out-of-state colleges and universities will determine how your TMCC coursework will transfer to their particular school. You should start working with them right away to ensure a successful transfer. You should also make an appointment and work with a TMCC Academic Advisor to ensure you stay on track for graduation and transfer by contacting us.
There are several ways to search for your next college, including College Board and College Source. These sites allow you to search by major, location, number of students, public vs. private, cost, and any other search criteria that are important to you.