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Your Path to a 4-Year College Starts Here.
Transfer Services helps you with the process of transferring from NWACC to another institution to pursue an education beyond an associate degree.
View the many resources below to learn more about transfer degree plans, timelines, informational events, the various colleges and universities that accept NWACC credits, scholarship opportunities, reverse transfer and more.
Follow these steps to transfer after NWACC:
- Meet with an NWACC divisional advisor regularly - Schedule an Appointment
- Plan your course schedule
- Attend NWACC transfer events
- Research university transfer programs
- Visit, apply and transfer to a university
As an NWACC student, you can transfer your course credits and associate degree to a number of four-year institutions. Learn more about their programs, scholarships and admissions processes.
- Arkansas Institutions
- Out-of-State Institutions
- Online and Non-Traditional Institutions
- Health Professions Institutions
Transfer Credit to Another Institution
Ready to transfer your NWACC credit to another institution? You will need to send an official transcript.
Why Get an Associate Degree First?
Learn about the important advantages of getting an associate degree before you transfer
to a four-year institution.
NWACC has transfer agreements with four-year institutions for several majors. Each agreement produces transfer guides that list degree requirements. Learn about transfer guides.
Want to finish your general education requirements and earn your associate degree in two years? Follow this four-semester timeline before transferring to a four year university.
Learn about the universities that you'd like to transfer to by joining in a virtual
event and gathering information on programs, courses and more.
Plan Your Transfer
There's much to consider when planning your transfer to a four-year institution. View
these helpful terms and FAQs, or reach out to an advisor.
Academic All-Star Scholarship
The Academic All-Star Scholarship offers the opportunity to have your tuition covered
when you transfer to any Arkansas public university.