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Housatonic Community College Articulation & Transfer Agreements

Transfer agreements have been completed with a variety of four-year baccalaureate institutions for transfer students who have completed associate degrees at Housatonic Community College. Most of these agreements provide that these graduates in specified programs will be admitted with full junior class status if they have achieved a specified grade point average. Additional information regarding these agreements is available in the Academic Dean’s office, Student Services, the Academic Advising Center and the Counseling Center.

Agreements have been completed with the following four-year institutions:

  • University of Connecticut (Stamford, Waterbury, Storrs)
    Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources: 13 majors including Allied Health, Environmental Science, Nutrition; College of Liberal Arts & Sciences: 50 majors including American Studies, Biological Sciences, Communications, Economics, History, Human Development & Family Studies, Maritime Studies, Mathematics, Psychology, Statistics, Women’s Studies as well as Bachelor of General Studies, General, Business Administration, Accounting, Business Law
  • Albertus Magnus College
    General, Human Services, Business Management
  • Central Connecticut State University
  • Eastern Connecticut State University
  • Southern Connecticut State University
  • Western Connecticut State University
  • Fairfield University
    Engineering, Liberal Arts and Sciences, 
    College of Arts & Sciences, School of Business, School of Nursing, School of Continuing Education
  • Lesley University
    Fine Arts, Graphic Design
  • Marymount College
    Graduates in all Associate Degree Programs
  • Monserrat College of Art
    Fine Arts
  • New York University
    Art, Music, Communication, Education, Nutrition, Public Health, Speech-Language Pathology, Applied Psychology, Social Work, School of Continuing and Professional Studies
  • Post University
    Criminal Justice
  • Quinnipiac University
    Accounting, Business Management, Marketing and Advertising, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Computer Information Systems, Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, Film, Video and Interactive Media, Sciences, Humanities, Theater, Game Design and Development, Computer Science, Social Services, Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, Mathematics, Biomedical Sciences, Health and Science Studies.
    • Bachelor of Business Administration Online
  • Sacred Heart University
    General, Business Administration, Business Management, Accounting, Finance, Criminal Justice
  • Savannah College of Art and Design
    Graphic Design
  • University of Bridgeport
    General, Dental Hygiene, Human Services, Business, Computer Science/Engineering, Math, Accounting, Biology, Computer Applications & Information Systems, Marketing, Management, Journalism, Banking, Fine Arts, and Graphic Design
  • University of New Haven
    Criminal Justice, Accounting, as well as a "Core-to-Core Transfer Agreement"
  • University of St. Joseph
    School of Continuing Education
  • Wheelock College
    Early Childhood Education

Transfer Course Agreements

  • Charter Oak State College
  • Eastern Connecticut State University
  • Fairfield University
  • Quinnipiac University
  • University of Connecticut
  • University of Connecticut
    Stamford/Waterbury/Hartford (with core courses also available in Torrington/School of Business) Business Data Analytics
  • University of St. Joseph

UCONN Guaranteed Admissions Program (GAP)

The Guaranteed Admission Program is an agreement between the University of Connecticut and Connecticut Community Colleges. It is designed for students who are enrolled in a Liberal Arts transfer program at one of the Connecticut community colleges and plan to earn a bachelor’s degree in the college of Liberal Arts and Sciences and/or the college of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources at the University of Connecticut.

To qualify for admission:

  • Complete and submit an application for the GAP program before completing 30 transferable credits;
  • Complete your associates degree in the appropriate LAS program;
  • Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0

For more information on this agreement and the procedures, contact the Counseling Office at 203-332-5097.

UCONN Business Administration

Students are able to complete the Business Administration major at University of Connecticut campuses in Stamford, Waterbury, Hartford, and Storrs.

To qualify for admission:

  • Complete and submit an application for the UCONN Business Administration GAP program before completing 30 transferable credits;
  • Complete your associates degree in the appropriate LAS program;
  • Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.3;
  • Complete program pre-requisites in English Composition, Economics, Accounting, Finite Math and Calculus, and Statistics with grades of B or better;
  • Meet the second language requirement
    * All students must have passed the third level in a single foreign language in high school; OR, completed two years (four semesters) through the college Intermediate Level.

For more information on this agreement and the procedures, contact the Counseling Office at 203-332-5097.

UCONN Business and Data Analytics Transfer Pathway Program

If you are earning the associate degree in business at Housatonic, you may be eligible to enter the School of Business to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Data Analytics. Students are able to complete this major at University of Connecticut campuses in Stamford, Greater Hartford, Waterbury, and Torrington. To qualify for admission to the Business Data Analytics program as part of the Transfer Pathway, you must:

  • Complete your associate degree in the appropriate business program at one of the participating community colleges;
  • Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0;
  • Achieve a 3.0 or higher in courses being used to meet junior/senior-level major requirements;
  • Complete and submit an application for transfer admission to the University of Connecticut by the stated deadline.

For more information on this agreement and the procedures, please contact Professor Edward Becker at 203-332-5138.

The Connecticut College of Technology

The Engineering Science Pathway program allows community college students to follow a specific course of study leading to an associate degree, preparing for the ultimate goal of earning a bachelor's degree in Engineering at the University of Connecticut.

See the UCONN web site for details of the Program.

Transfer and Articulation Policy (Adopted by the Board of Regents March 2012)

Connecticut families deserve a system of public higher education whose primary purpose is to produce graduates who form an engaged and well-informed citizenry, as well as a robust and appropriately educated workforce. To achieve this purpose, we must demonstrate that we provide a quality education. At the same time, we must create a clearly marked pathway from admission to graduation for all students by clarifying and streamlining the degree-program structures and transfer processes in our state colleges and universities to help students complete their post-secondary certifications and degrees as efficiently as possible. The ultimate goal of this reform is that all graduating students be prepared as productive world citizens. For more information visit the CT BOR website at http://www.ct.edu/initiatives/tap.

From the 2016-2017 Catalog

Guaranteed Admissions Agreement between the Connecticut Community Colleges and The Connecticut State University System

Graduates of an associate degree program within Connecticut’s community colleges with a GPA of 2.0 or higher are guaranteed admission to the university of their choice within the Connecticut State University System.

There is no guarantee that all course credits earned at a Connecticut community college will be accepted for transfer to a university within the Connecticut State University System. However, all Guaranteed Admission students are guaranteed junior status and guaranteed that a minimum of 60 transfer credits will be applied toward a baccalaureate degree at the university. Graduates of a community college who meet the requirements for guaranteed admissions must still make application by the date and on the forms prescribed by each university within the CSU System, including the submission of all the required transcripts, documents, and fees.

For more information on this agreement and the procedures, contact the Counseling Office at 203-332-5097.

Connecticut State University System (Southern, Western, Central and Eastern) � Dual Admission Program - The Compact *

The Compact Agreement is a dual admission program between the Connecticut State Universities and the Connecticut Community Colleges. It is intended for students who identify early their choice of state university along with selection of a major, or program of study for their baccalaureate degree.

  • Students must apply to the Compact Dual Admission Program before completing 15 transferable credits;
  • Complete your associates degree in the appropriate program;
  • Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0. Specific programs may have additional admission requirements.

For more information on this agreement and the procedures, contact the Counseling Office at 203-332-5097.

Pathway to Teaching Careers � Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU)

The Pathway to Teaching is designed for the Liberal Arts and Sciences student who intends to become a certified secondary Biology, Chemistry, English, Foreign Language, Mathematics or Physics teacher in Connecticut. The Pathway prepares students to apply to the School of Education at SCSU and transfer seamlessly.

For more information on this agreement please contact Professor Elizabeth Steeves, 203-332-5157 or .

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT 

Alese Mulvihill Associate Dean of Student Success 203-332-8508 
Marilyn Albrecht Advisor 203-332-8521
Tracey Chavis Advisor 203-332-5215
Widelyne Dorelus Career Coordinator 203-332-5066
Vanessa Estime Achievement Coach 203-332-8566 
Jeanine Gibson Advisor 203-332-5263 
Carmen Medina Advisor 203-332-8553 
Susan Ratanavong Achievement Coach 203-332-5212 
Randy Sanders Advisor 203-332-5006 
Daniela Squizzato Achievement Coach 203-332-8564 
Terry Walden Advisor 203-332-5176 

A Transfer Compact for College Students in Connecticut

Start at a Connecticut Community College, Finish at Central, Eastern, Southern, or Western in the Connecticut State University System

Transfer Art

Dual Admission - The Connecticut State University System (CSUS) and the Connecticut Community College System have formed a Transfer Compact which offers Dual Admission to students who are planning to enroll at a CSUS institution after completing an associate’s degree. It has never been easier to start your higher education at Housatonic and then finish at Central, Eastern, Southern or Western Connecticut State University. The Dual Admission program makes it easy to outline your path to success, and take advantage of exceptional program benefits. If your goal is a university degree, and you are looking for access, affordability and academic success, the Dual Admission program is for you! Visit the web site at http://www.ct.edu/dual

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HCC Courses That Meet TAP Program Requirements

AESX - Aesthetic Dimensions

  ART* E101 Art History I 3 Credits
  ART* E102 Art History II 3 Credits
  ART* E103 Art History III 3 Credits
  ART* E109 Color Theory 3 Credits
  ART* E111 Drawing I 3 Credits
  ART* E112 Drawing II 3 Credits
  ART* E113 Figure Drawing I 3 Credits
  ART* E121 Two Dimensional Design 3 Credits
  ART* E131 Sculpture I 3 Credits
  ART* E141 Photography I 3 Credits
  ART* E155 Watercolor I 3 Credits
  ART* E157 Acrylic Painting I 3 Credits
  ART* E163 Ceramic Handbuilding 3 Credits
  ART* E167 Printmaking I 3 Credits
  ART* E184 Teaching Children Art 3 Credits
  ART* E200 History of American Art 3 Credits
  ART* E250 Digital Photography I 3 Credits
  ART* E253 Oil Painting I 3 Credits
  DGA* E283 Digital Video Editing 3 Credits
  ENG* E213 Poetry 3 Credits
  ENG* E214 Drama 3 Credits
  ENG* E221 American Literature I 3 Credits
  ENG* E222 American Literature II 3 Credits
  ENG* E233 Shakespeare 3 Credits
  ENG* E251 African American Literature 3 Credits
  ENG* E278 Contemporary Literature 3 Credits
  ENG* E281 Creative Writing 3 Credits
  ENG* E282 Creative Writing- Poetry 3 Credits
  FRE* E201 Intermediate French I 3 Credits
  FRE* E202 Intermediate French II 3 Credits
  GRA* E221 Illustration I 3 Credits
  MUS* E101 Music History and Appreciation I 3 Credits
  SPA* E201 Intermediate Spanish I 3 Credits
  SPA* E202 Intermediate Spanish II 3 Credits
  THR* E101 Introduction to Theater 3 Credits
  THR* E110 Acting I 3 Credits
  THR* E112 Voice and Diction 3 Credits
  THR* E114 Modern Dance 3 Credits
  THR* E115 Improvisation 3 Credits
  THR* E120 Stagecraft 3 Credits
  THR* E190 Theater Arts Practicum 3 Credits
  THR* E210 Acting II 3 Credits
  THR* E225 Directing 3 Credits
  THR* E290 Theater Practicum II 3 Credits

GEND - General Education I

  ART* E111 Drawing I 3 Credits
  ART* E155 Watercolor I 3 Credits
  THR* E110 Acting I 3 Credits

GENL - Additional General Education II

  ECN* E102 Principles of Microeconomics 3 Credits
  POL* E102 Introduction to Comparative Politics 3 Credits

HISX - Historical Knowledge and Understanding

  ART* E101 ART* History I 3 Credits
  ART* E102 ART* History II 3 Credits
  ART* E103 ART* History III 3 Credits
  ART* E200 History of American Art 3 Credits
  ENG* E213 Poetry 3 Credits
  ENG* E251 African American Literature 3 Credits
  HIS* E101 Western Civilization I 3 Credits
  HIS* E102 Western Civilization II 3 Credits
  HIS* E201 U.S. History I 3 Credits
  HIS* E202 U.S. History II 3 Credits
  LAT* E101 Elementary Latin I 3 Credits
  LAT* E102 Elementary Latin II 3 Credits

ORAX - Oral Communication

  BBG* E210 Business Communication 3 Credits
  CJS* E139 Interviewing and Interrogation 3 Credits
  COM* E173 Public Speaking 3 Credits

QUAX - Quantitative Reasoning

  MAT* E167 Principles of Statistics 3 Credits
  MAT* E172 College Algebra 3 Credits
  MAT* E186 Pre-Calculus 4 Credits
  MAT* E254 Calculus I 4 Credits
  MAT* E256 Calculus II 4 Credits
  MAT* E268 Calculus III: Multivariable 4 Credits
  MAT* E285 Differential Equations 3 Credits
  EGR* E211 Engineering Statics 3 Credits
  EGR* E212 Engineering Dynamics 3 Credits

SCKX - Scientific Knowledge and Understanding

  BIO* E105 Introduction to Biology 4 Credits
  BIO* E111 Introduction to Nutrition 3 Credits
  BIO* E175 Introduction to Marine Science 3 Credits
  BIO* E121 General Biology I 4 Credits
  BIO* E208 Introduction to Forensic Science with Laboratory 4 Credits
  BIO* E122 General Biology II 4 Credits
  BIO* E235 Microbiology 4 Credits
  BIO* E260 Principles of Genetics 3 Credits
  CHE* E111 Concepts of Chemistry 4 Credits
  CHE* E121 General Chemistry 4 Credits
  CHE* E122 General Chemistry II 4 Credits
  PHY* E121 General Physics I 4 Credits
  PHY* E122 General Physics II 4 Credits
  PHY* E221 Calculus-Based Physics I 4 Credits
  PSC* E102 Physical Sciences II 3 Credits

SCRX - Scientific Reasoning

  BIO* E105 Introduction to Biology 4 Credits
  BIO* E121 General Biology I 4 Credits
  BIO* E122 General Biology II 4 Credits
  BIO* E175 Introduction to Marine Science 3 Credits
  BIO* E208 Introduction to Forensic Science with Laboratory 4 Credits
  BIO* E235 Microbiology 4 Credits
  BIO* E260 Principles of Genetics 3 Credits
  CHE* E111 Concepts of Chemistry 4 Credits
  CHE* E121 General Chemistry I 4 Credits
  CHE* E122 General Chemistry II 4 Credits
  PHY* E121 General Physics I 4 Credits
  PHY* E122 General Physics II 4 Credits
  PHY* E221 Calculus-Based Physics I 4 Credits
  PHY* E222 Calculus-Based Physics II 4 Credits
  PSC* E102 Physical Sciences II 3 Credits

SOCX - Social Phenomena I

  PSY* E111 General Psychology I 3 Credits
  PSY* E140 Psychology of Addiction 3 Credits
  PSY* E201 Lifespan Development 3 Credits
  PSY* E202 Child Psychology and Development 3 Credits
  PSY* E205 Adolescent Development 3 Credits
  PSY* E217 Psychology of Criminal Behavior 3 Credits
  PSY* E290 Forensic Psychology 3 Credits
  SOC* E101 Principles of Sociology 3 Credits
  SOC* E210 Sociology of Family 3 Credits
  SOC* E261 School and Community 3 Credits

SOPX - Social Phenomena II

  ARA* E101 Elementary Arabic I 3 Credits
  ARA* E102 Elementary Arabic II 3 Credits
  CJS* E101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 Credits
  ECN* E101 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 Credits
  ECN* E102 Principles of Microeconomics 3 Credits
  ENG* E262 Women in Literature 3 Credits
  ENG* E271 Film and Literature 3 Credits
  ENG* E278 Contemporary Literature 3 Credits
  FRE* E101 Elementary French I 3 Credits
  FRE* E102 Elementary French II 3 Credits
  FRE* E201 Intermediate French I 3 Credits
  FRE* E202 Intermediate French II 3 Credits
  HSE* E101 Introduction to Human Services 3 Credits
  HSE* E141 Addiction and Mental Illness in Behavioral Health Care 3 Credits
  HSE* E147 Change Theory and Strategies in Behavioral Health Care 3 Credits
  HSE* E202 Introduction to Counseling/Interviewing 3 Credits
  HSE* E210 Group and Interpersonal Relations 3 Credits
  HSE* E243 Human Service Skills and Methods 3 Credits
  HSE* E286 Practicum in Behavioral Health Care 3 Credits
  HSE* E291 Human Services Internship I 3 Credits
  HSE* E292 Human Services Internship II 3 Credits
  HUM* E119 Short Term Study Abroad 3 Credits
  ITA* E101 Elementary Italian I 3 Credits
  ITA* E102 Elementary Italian II 3 Credits
  POL* E111 Introduction to American Government 3 Credits
  PHL* E101 Introduction to Philosophy 3 Credits
  SPA* E101 Elementary Spanish I 3 Credits
  SPA* E102 Elementary Spanish II 3 Credits
  SPA* E201 Intermediate Spanish I 3 Credits
  SPA* E202 Intermediate Spanish II 3 Credits

WRIX - Written Communication II

  ENG* E102 Literature and Composition 3 Credits

Transfer to Another College from HCC

Housatonic Community College Articulation & Transfer Agreements

Transfer agreements have been completed with a variety of four-year baccalaureate institutions for transfer students who have completed associate degrees at Housatonic Community College. Most of these agreements provide that these graduates in specified programs will be admitted with full junior class status if they have achieved a specified grade point average. Additional information regarding these agreements is available in the Academic Dean’s office, Student Services, the Academic Advising Center and the Counseling Center.

**System-wide Guaranteed Bachelor’s in General Studies

Agreements have been completed with the following four-year institutions:

University of Connecticut** (Stamford, Waterbury, Storrs)
Agriculture and Natural Resources: 11 majors including Allied Health, Environmental Science, Nutrition; College of Liberal Arts & Sciences: 50 majors including American Studies, Biological Sciences, Communications, Economics, History, Human Development & Family Studies, Maritime Studies, Mathematics, Psychology, Statistics, Women’s Studies as well as Bachelor of General Studies, General, Business Administration, Accounting, Business Law

Albertus Magnus College
General, Human Services, Business Management

Bridgeport Hospital School of Nursing
Nursing (Cooperative Agreement)
Central Connecticut State University Eastern Connecticut State University Southern Connecticut State University Western Connecticut State University

Fairfield University
Engineering, Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Arts & Sciences, School of Business, School of Nursing, School of Continuing Education

Lesley University
Fine Arts, Graphic Design

Marymount College
Graduates in all Associate Degree Programs

New York University
Art, Music, Communication, Education, Nutrition, Public Health, Speech-Language Pathology, Applied Psychology, Social Work, School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Post University
Criminal Justice

Quinnipiac University
Accounting, Business Management, Marketing and Advertising, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Computer Information Systems, Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, Film, Video and Interactive Media, Sciences, Humanities, Theater, Game Design and Development, Computer Science, Social Services, Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, Mathematics, Biomedical Sciences, Health and Science Studies.

Sacred Heart University
General, Business Administration, Business Management, Accounting, Finance, Criminal Justice

Savannah College of Art and Design
Graphic Design

University of Bridgeport
General, Dental Hygiene, Human Services, Business, Computer Science/Engineering, Math, Accounting, Biology, Computer Applications & Information Systems, Marketing, Management, Journalism, Banking, Fine Arts, and Graphic Design

University of New Haven
Criminal Justice, Accounting, as well as a "Core-to-Core Transfer Agreement"

University of St. Joseph
School of Continuing Education

Wheelock College
Early Childhood Education

Transfer Course Agreements

  • Charter Oak State College
  • Eastern Connecticut State University
  • Fairfield University
  • Quinnipiac University
  • University of Connecticut
  • University of Connecticut
    Stamford/Waterbury/Hartford (with core courses also available in Torrington/School of Business) Business & Technology
  • University of St. Joseph

UCONN Guaranteed Admissions Program (GAP)

The Guaranteed Admission Program is an agreement between the University of Connecticut and Connecticut Community Colleges. It is designed for students who are enrolled in a Liberal Arts transfer program at one of the Connecticut community colleges and plan to earn a bachelor’s degree in the college of Liberal Arts and Sciences and/or the college of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Connecticut.

To qualify for admission:

  • Complete and submit an application for the GAP program before completing 30 transferable credits;
  • Complete your associates degree in the appropriate LAS program;
  • Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0

For more information on this agreement and the procedures, contact the Counseling Office at 203-332-5097.

UCONN Business Administration

Students are able to complete the Business Administration major at University of Connecticut campuses in Stamford, Waterbury and Hartford.

To qualify for admission:

  • Complete and submit an application for the UCONN Business Administration GAP program before completing 30 transferable credits;
  • Complete your associates degree in the appropriate LAS program;
  • Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.3;
  • Complete program pre-requisites in English Composition, Economics, Accounting, Finite Math and Calculus, and Statistics with grades of B or better;
  • Meet the second language requirement
    * All students must have passed the third level in a single foreign language in high school; OR, completed two years (four semesters) through the college Intermediate Level. 

For more information on this agreement and the procedures, contact the Counseling Office at 203-332-5097.


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
The Advising Center at (203) 332-5097 LH A112

Transferring to Housatonic

Are you planning to transfer credit to complete an associate degree at Housatonic Community College or would like to enroll in a class to transfer back to your home institution? Housatonic Community College will accept courses in transfer with a grade of C-minus to be applied towards HCC programs except where courses and prerequisites stipulate a grade of C or better. Students are advised to check the academic catalog to see which courses require a C or better grade for credit toward the degree or to fulfill the prerequisite requirement.

Admissions Application

The first thing you need to do is submit an Admissions Application form to the Admissions Office, and pay the application fee. (Select TRANSFER student on the application.) In addition, you will need to submit all of the admission application requirements to the Admissions Office. Allow 24 hours for your online application to be processed.

Click here to go to the Online Application

Admission application requirements to the Admission Office (Lafayette Hall, Room L111):

  1. Proof of Immunization. MMRV (Measles/ Mumps/ Rubella/ Varicella) immunization.
  2. High School or GED proof of graduation (copy of high school diploma or send an official high school transcript from the high school)

Advising

Follow the steps to request official college transcripts be sent to HCC. IMPORTANT! Transfer students can seek advising immediately without waiting for their transcripts to be officially evaluated. Bring a copy of all of your college transcripts to advising to show the Advisor. The Advisor will unofficially evaluate your transcripts, determine your next steps, and can provide permission for students to register for courses. The Advisors are located in Lafayette Hall, Room L112. Walk-ins are welcome during regular business hours.

Transfer In Guidelines

Transfer In Guidelines

  1. Students must be accepted by the Admissions Office and enrolled in a Degree or Certificate Program.
  2. Make sure you notify the Admissions Office immediately upon admittance, that you have transfer courses from another college or university.
  3. In order for your transfer courses to be evaluated and accepted at HCC, you must provide official college transcripts:

    Mail: Contact your previous college and request an official transcript be mailed to HCC:
    Housatonic Community College
    Admissions Office
    900 Lafayette Blvd
    Bridgeport, CT 06604

    Online Request (electronic transcripts or e-transcripts):: Visit your previous college’s website. Many colleges offer online college transcript requests. In this case, you complete an online request form and your official college transcript is sent electronically to HCC’s Transfer-in Office. Send e-transcripts to: .

    Deliver In-person: Contact your previous college and request an official transcript be mailed directly to you or pick up the document in-person. *Do not open the envelope. Bring the sealed envelope to the Admissions Office, Lafayette Hall, Room L111. Any ‘opened’ and unsealed envelope will be considered ‘unofficial’, and cannot be officially applied to your degree or certificate program.

  4. Courses are evaluated and officially accepted. For assistance, please visit the Admissions Office (LH, Room L111).
  5. Course Descriptions: Transfer students are required to provide course descriptions for courses completed 5 years ago or more.
  6. Unofficial Transcripts: Any ‘opened’ or unsealed envelope, faxed, scanned or copies of college transcripts. These cannot be officially applied to your degree or certificate program. However, you may provide an unofficial transcript to your Advisor for advising purposes. In this case, the Advisor will ‘unofficially’ evaluate your transfer courses and help you build your course schedule and register. In order for your college transcript to be officially evaluated and applied to your degree or certificate program, please refer to step 3 above.
  7. Checking to see your transfer courses accepted at HCC:

    Visit the HCC website
    On the right, click MyCommNet
    Log into MyCommNet
    Select Degree Works - Housatonic Community College
    Enter your Student ID#/name
    Under format, select Degree Evaluation
    TR will indicate transfer courses

  8. Scheduling a meeting: The Admissions Office staff will assist transfer students with transfer related information; and assess each student’s needs in order to determine if an individual meeting is necessary. To schedule a meeting: Call (203 332-5100 or email .
  9. BHSN Graduates are responsible for having their official transcripts sent directly to the Admissions Office.
  10. Graduating students have priority status: HCC students with 50+ credits, and plan to graduate from HCC, may notify the Admissions Office accordingly. As a result, your transcripts will be evaluated as soon as possible.
  11. How to contact the Admissions Office: Email: .
  12. Click here to go to the Transfer Planning page.
  13. Click here to go to the Transfer Planning page.


    Click here for the Office of Higher Education’s page on public and private transfer programs throughout the state.

    HCC Catalog
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