University Transfer FAQs
How do I transfer to a 4-year college or university?
It is suggested that students research transfer options early, including campus visits. Connecting to Transfer Admission Representatives at respective schools of interest can help CFCC students align course selections—saving time and money! Need help? Visit CFCC’s Academic Advising Center at the Downtown Campus, room U-240, or at our North Campus location in NA-106A.
Students are encouraged to become familiar with the Handbook to review all program options and requirements for degree completion.
What is a reverse transfer?
How does it work?
After you have given permission for the university to send us your records, your records will be sent to us once you have earned at least 60 credits. We will download your data, evaluate your transcripts, pull in the appropriate courses, and certify you if you are eligible. Once you are certified, you will receive a letter notifying you of your status and an invitation to participate, if you choose, in our commencement ceremony. You will also receive important information regarding the ceremony. If you choose not to participate, you will be given the option to have your degree mailed to you or picked up from our downtown location once all have been printed.
If you are not eligible, you will be notified by CFNC/NCCCS. For more information, visit cfnc.org/reversetransfer or northcarolina.edu/reversetransfer .
How can I order an official transcript from CFCC?
What are Baccalaureate Degree Plans (BDPs)?
When can I transfer?
If I am transferring next semester do I need to tell CFCC?
When I have questions about another school’s application, who should I contact?
What to consider when selecting your transfer school?
- Academic Majors Available
- Affordable Cost of Attendance
- Housing Options
- Location, Location, Location
- On-Campus Facilities and Amenities
- Campus Parking/Transportation
- Student Activities
- Career Services
- Do You Feel at Home on Campus?
Can you send a high school transcript to my destination college?
Which college application should I use? I see there are choices.
How do I figure out what classes I should take if my college does not list a BDP? What if my college is out of state?
Where do I look for the application deadlines for my college?
For more transfer FAQs, check out CFNC’s website.