Yes, the Transfer Center works with all four-year colleges and universities. The majority of students from BCTC transfer to institutions in Kentucky, and therefore, the Transfer Center has more resources from Kentucky institutions. However, the Transfer Center works with any four-year college or university.
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Yes. To view a complete list of upcoming visits from four-year institutions, click here to view the college & university visits schedule.
No. To learn about the various options for transferring blocks of credit from BCTC to a public university in Kentucky go to GETA. For GETA information, visit http://www.gohigherky.org/Planning/transfer/block_transfer.pdf.
BCTC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and all college level courses transfer. The institution that awards your degree will determine how your course work applies toward the degree. The Transfer Center can explain in detail how this process works. For GETA information, visit http://www.gohigherky.org/Planning/transfer/block_transfer.pdf.
It is important to think about the questions you have regarding transfer and bring these to the appointment. In addition, it is important to have an idea of the major you would like to pursue at a four-year institution.
No. You are not required to visit the Transfer Center prior to transferring. However, it is encouraged and will help facilitate your transfer to a four-year institution.
The A.A. or A.S. degree fulfills the general education requirements for transfer to any four-year public university in the state of Kentucky. This is also referred to as the General Education Transfer Agreement under the Council on Postsecondary Education. For more information visit the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education at http://cpe.ky.gov/forstudents/transfer/
2.0 cumulative grade point average - Most institutions require a minimum 2.0 gpa. Many academic programs have additional GPA requirements. A completed application - Students applying for admission are required to complete an application. An application fee - Many institutions require a small application fee (usually under $50).
A transfer advisor will meet with you to answer your questions and explain the transfer process. The advisor will also provide the appropriate resources and contacts for a seamless transfer from BCTC to your four-year institution.
The Transfer Center offers a variety of events. For a complete list of upcoming events please visit the events link at http://www.bluegrass.kctcs.edu/Transfer_Center.aspx
It is never too early to plan for your future. To ensure a seamless transfer, make an appointment to see a transfer advisor early in your academic career.
The Transfer Center has a library of information from all the four-year colleges and universities in Kentucky and many out-of-state institutions. You can also visit the web sites listed below for online information.