EvCC students have many opportunities to learn about the university transfer process. Here's how:
- Research various majors, programs and careers. Use the curriculum guides for additional program information and required courses. Talk with a counselor if you are undecided!
- Connect with prospective universities at our quarterly Transfer Fairs or campus visits.
- Discuss your transfer interests with your program advisor.
- Attend workshops and classes offered by EvCC.
- Surf the websites of a variety of colleges and universities.
- Read this page and use these links!
- Tips for successful transfer
- University transfer FAQs
- Foreign language requirements
- Transfer application deadlines
- Dual admission options
EvCC Transfer Degree Programs
These degrees are designed to be transferable to universities. In reviewing the curriculum guide for each degree it is important to observe special notes about what courses at EvCC contribute to smooth transfer and preparation for a particular major. These degrees support the transfer of credit, but do not guarantee admission.
- Associate in Arts & Sciences - DTA (Direct Transfer Agreement)
- Associate of Science
- Associate in Technology
- Associate in Pre-Nursing - DTA/MRP (Direct Transfer Agreement/Major Ready Pathway)
- Associate of Applied Science (Transfer) in Computer Information Systems
- Associate in Business - DTA (Direct Transfer Agreement)
University Visits, Fairs and Information Sessions
Students are encouraged to meet with university representatives and to attend university transfer fairs. For more information view the campus calendar for upcoming visits and events.
University websites offer a wealth of information - far more than a traditional catalog. Transfer students should pay special attention to course equivalencies between EvCC and the university.
What about other colleges and universities?
- 4-year colleges or universities in Washington State
- 4-year colleges or universities outside of Washington State
The Washington 45
The "Washington 45" is a list of courses within the general education categories offered at a community, technical, four-year college or university in Washington state. These courses will be able to transfer and be applied, up to a maximum of 45 credits, toward general education requirement(s) at any other public and most private higher education institutions in the state. This list does not replace a degree or certificate.