Opportunities abound for students to start their education at WMCC and then transfer to other institutions of higher education. WMCC students benefit from articulation agreements and transfer programs to colleges and universities throughout the Northeast and beyond. The transfer process can begin at any time one is attending WMCC. Students may enter knowing they plan to continue their education elsewhere, or they may decide to continue their education after they have completed their program at WMCC. The sooner the process begins, the easier for students to meet transfer requirements and maximize transfer credits and options.
The Associate in Arts curriculum affords students the opportunity to take their first two years of liberal arts courses at WMCC and transfer them for credit to four-year institutions. A grade of C or better is generally required for course transfer credit. Students interested in transferring to another college or university should work closely with their faculty advisors, the College transfer counselor, and the institution they plan to attend.
Courses transfer among participating institutions. Having this information, students can reduce the number of courses they need to take to earn a degree, thereby saving themselves both time and money.
The NH Transfer Connections Program is an agreement between CCSNH and the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) that guarantees transfer admission to colleges and universities within USNH (University of New Hampshire, Plymouth State University, Keene State College, and Granite State College), provided the students meet admission criteria at the USNH institute of their choice.
College Articulation Agreements
Colby Sawyer College
Granite State College
Great Bay Community College
Keene State College
New England College
New England Culinary Institute
Plymouth State University
Southern New Hampshire University
University of New Hampshire