Courses & Programs

Mark Broadbent

Coordinator, Transfer Affairs and Articulation

Advising Center

Frost 273

413.552.2498 (Tel)

Transfer

HCC offers transfer counseling and hosts regular visits from regional colleges each semester. Drop in or call and make an appointment to discuss your transfer plans. It's never to early to start planning!

Starting your education at a community college makes sense: Community colleges are close to home, class sizes are small, and tuition is affordable. Not only are community colleges a great place to lay the foundation for further education, transfer agreements with private and public four-year colleges and universities can provide you with benefits such as guaranteed admission and lower tuition.

HCC offers transfer counseling and hosts regular visits from regional colleges each semester. Drop in or call and make an appointment to discuss your transfer plans. It's never to early to start planning!

To assist you with your transfer planning, here are three forms that you may find helpful:

College Comparison Worksheet
Transfer Checklist Transfer
Application Checklist


Transfer Partners

HCC has relationships with four-year colleges and universities that range from a formal articulation agreement to an institutional understanding that increases transfer opportunities for HCC students.

On-Campus Visits

Find out when representatives from four-year colleges and universities will be visiting HCC.

MassTransfer

MassTransfer is a collaboration between the Commonwealth's community colleges, state universities, and the University of Massachusetts.

Commonwealth Commitment

The Commonwealth Commitment offers a freeze on tuition and fees for all four years. Find out how to enter the program.

Pathways

Pathways helps promising students succeed at HCC and explore transfer opportunities to selective liberal arts colleges such as Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and Smith.

Mark Broadbent

Coordinator, Transfer Affairs and Articulation

Advising Center

Frost 273

413.552.2498 (Tel)