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TRANSFER FAIR 2016 Wed., November 2nd
Beacon Hall Event Center
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There are a number of transfer opportunities for HCC graduates.
Some are general transfer procedures while other programs guide you directly
to a degree program at a four-year college or university.
Admission Program (GAP)
Guaranteed Admission Program is an agreement between the University
of Connecticut and the Connecticut Community College system. It is designed
for students who are enrolled in a Liberal Arts transfer program at
one of the Connecticut community colleges and plan to earn a bachelor’s
degree in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and/or the College
of Agriculture, Healt,h and Natural Resources at the University of Connecticut.
To become part of this program at HCC contact Marilyn Wehr at MWehr@hcc.commnet.edu.
If you are earning the associate degree in business at Housatonic,
you may be eligible to enter the School of Business to pursue a Bachelor
of Science degree in http://www.housatonic.edu/academics/transfer/index.asp. Students are able to complete
this major at University of Connecticut campuses in Stamford, Greater
Hartford, Waterbury, and Torrington. To qualify for admission to the Business and Data Analytics program as part of the Transfer Pathway, you
- Complete your associate degree in the appropriate business program
at one of the participating community colleges;
- Earn a minimum cumulative
grade point average of 3.0;
- Achieve a 3.0 or higher in courses being
used to meet junior/senior-level major requirements;
- Complete and submit
an application for transfer admission to the University of Connecticut
by the stated deadline.
For more information on admission to this program at Housatonic contact
Professor Edward Becker at EBecker@hcc.commnet.edu.
See the UCONN
web site for details of the Program.
The Engineering Science Pathway program allows community college students
to follow a specific course of study leading to an associate degree,
preparing for the ultimate goal of earning a bachelor's degree in Engineering
at the University of Connecticut. To find out more about the program
at Housatonic contact Professor Robert Ryder email@example.com.