If you’re planning to continue your education at a university after DCCCD, you probably have a few questions. Which university is the right fit for me? Which one offers my major? What’ll it cost?
Thinking about transferring to a four-year university? DCCCD hosts transfer fairs each year on our campuses to assist you in the process and help ensure a smooth, carefully planned transfer.
In USA Today’s recent Jobs You Can Get with 2015’s Most In-Demand Degrees article, they listed the year’s most in-demand bachelor’s degrees. Guess what? Nine out of the top ten can be started at a college of DCCCD!
Thinking about transferring to a four-year college or university? You’re in luck – Oct. 12-15 is Transfer Week at DCCCD!
You could be one of four million college drop-outs annually. But you don’t have to be. Find out how DCCCD can help.
Applying to a four-year college or university? You’ll need a transcript of your grades. Luckily, it’s easy to request a transcript from the colleges of DCCCD, and it’s free.
Interested in transferring to a four-year institution? Learn about transfer scholarships, university admissions and transfer events in our Spring 2013 Transition & Transfer Newsletter.