Your time at MCC may be the best two years of a four year degree.
of students at MCC plan to transfer to a 4 year university or college*Office of Institutional Effectiveness. Fall 2020 Student Profile.
Getting your associate degree at MCC can make getting a bachelor’s degree a much more affordable option.
By first starting at MCC you can get your bachelor’s degree for a fraction of the cost.
The more you know about the transfer process the easier it will be to transfer smoothly. Make sure you make frequent appointments with your transfer specialist to ensure you stay on track while at MCC.
Steps to Transfer
“I feel that MCC has really been my jump-start to fulfilling my ultimate goal. It’s the perfect way to go. MCC is not only affordable, but it’s also a great way to help you get to a university.”
Tiffany Reid, Student Education
You want to transfer to get your bachelor’s degree. First decide where you want to finish your education and what you want to major in.
Talk with a transfer specialist about your transfer options. They can help you start planning which classes will best transfer from MCC to your school of choice. They also can help you walk through the next, more specific steps to transfer.
Explore Transfer Partners
MCC has forged close partnerships with colleges and universities to make the transfer process as easy and accessible as possible. Over 45 schools, including the three Arizona public universities- ASU, NAU, and UA- have formed transfer partnerships with MCC to give you an abundance of choices when deciding where to further your education. Get started below if you are interested in ASU, NAU, UA, or GCU; or visit our Transfer Partners page for information on other colleges and universities.