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College Transfer

Randolph Community College offers college transfer through the Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) degree programs.

Students who complete the program and receive the degree with an overall 2.0 GPA and a grade of “C” or better in each course will be able to transfer to any university or college, which endorses the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) or the Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (ICAA), with junior status. Included in the CAA or ICAA endorsing universities and colleges are the senior institutions within the University of North Carolina System and many other private institutions within the state. Within the 60 – 61 hours of coursework required for the degree is a 30-hour universal general education transfer component (UGETC) with courses in English Composition, Humanities/Fine Arts, Social/Behavioral Sciences, and Natural Sciences/Mathematics. Because institutions differ in admission requirements, students intending to transfer should contact the institution(s) of their choice to learn about specific admissions requirements.

The transcripts of students transferring prior to completing the UGETC will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis by the receiving institution. Students planning to transfer to a college or university that does not endorse the CAA or ICAA should consult the personnel at that institution for information regarding transferability of courses.

Where Can I Transfer?

The College Transfer program is designed for students who plan to complete a bachelor's degree at a four-year college or university. Students who complete the program and receive the degree with an overall 2.0 GPA and a grade of "C" or better in each course will be able to transfer to any university or college, which endorses the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) or the Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (ICAA), with junior status. These transfer institutions are listed below along with links to learn more about their Admission Requirements, Course Equivalencies (how RCC courses equate to transfer institution courses), and Degree Program Requirements (four-year degree program for a bachelor's degree and their requirements).

University Partnerships

Admission Requirements

Course Equivalencies

Degree Program Requirements

Have you heard of the Spartan Passage? It's a co-admission partnership with UNCG to help facilitate a more seamless transfer for our AA/AS students. Angie Moore, Student Support Specialist from the Office of Admissions at UNCG, is on the campus of RCC various days each month to provide more information about the program, as well as answer any questions.You can find more information and apply here.

Join the Spartan Passage!

This program assures your seamless transfer to UNC-Greensboro after completing your AA or AS degree at RCC. When you’re admitted to the Spartan Passage, you’ll have access to personalized advising from a UNCG representative plus special perks on UNCG’s campus before you transfer. Click here to schedule a meeting with Angie.

Admission Requirements

Course Equivalencies

Degree Program Requirements

Have you heard about the Pathway to Excellence agreement we now have with UNCW? All students have to do is submit this letter to UNCW, at any point they decide UNCW is the path they would like to take. Then, interested AA/AS students will begin receiving pertinent information which will facilitate a more seamless transfer. On Wednesday, March 20th, anyone who is interested is invited to drop by the Business Education Center (BEC) room 111 between 10 and 2 to meet with Cassidy Bailey, a transfer counselor at UNCW, for an “Apply on the Fly” event. During this time, students can ask Cassidy about the agreement, the application process, and any other transfer-related questions. If students complete an application at the event, UNCW will waive the application fee ($80) for them.