Valley Community College has many formal articulation agreements
with public and private four-year institutions. Some agreements
are general in nature as they simply specify certain criteria that
must be met to ensure junior status at the four-year institution.
More often, agreements are program-to-program in that they address
specific majors at both our college and the transfer institution.
Agreements may contain specific information on course equivalencies,
minimum grade point average, pre-requisites, designated courses
or credits, scholarship availability, and full-time or part-time
Since these articulation agreements continue to increase in number
and are constantly evolving to reflect changes in program requirements, it
is imperative that students consult early with a transfer counselor
in the Center for Counseling and Transfer to ascertain the terms
and conditions of agreements that might be of interest. It
is also important to note that transfer opportunities are not limited
to those institutions with which we have formal agreements. Below
are several links that will provide more detailed information about
our current articulation agreements and other transfer opportunities.