The dual admission program provides a simplified transfer process for students seeking a Bachelor's Degree. These agreements are designed to assist students who earn an appropriate associate degree to transfer to one of our four-year partner institutions. Why should you complete your HACC Degree?
Dual admissions partners are committed to offering HACC transfer students that obtain their associate's degree and meet all requirements, junior status into their institution. Additionally, support, financial incentives, and scholarships are built-in to the program to offer students the best opportunity for success.
If you are interested, you can sign a Letter of Intent to enroll in a dual-admission agreement. You need to:
- See your HACC advisor or the dual-admission counselor at your HACC campus.
- Meet regularly with your advisor.
- Any questions about dual admission, please contact email@example.com.
You must enter into a dual-admission agreement before you earn 30 college-level credits. There are some exceptions.
You can only enter one dual-admission agreement at a time. The agreement is non-binding. You may cancel it at any time by providing written notification to:
- The four-year institution
- Your dual-admission contact at your HACC campus
Dual admission prepares you for transfer at a four-year institution. The Dual Admission program provides:
- Early transfer planning.
- Specific course requirements. You will know the exact credits your intended major requires at your four-year transfer institution. This ensures you will not take non-transferable courses.
- An official transcript review every semester. The admissions staff at your four-year transfer institution will review your official transcript. They will make sure you are on track for successful transfer.
- Clear semester-by-semester academic advising. Your HACC advisor and an advisor at your four-year transfer institution will provide academic advising.
HACC dual-admission students receive:
- An Associate degree
- News and event updates from your four-year institution
- Access to the library and other campus facilities at your four-year institution
- Scholarship opportunities and comprehensive financial aid program
- Waived application fee by some colleges
- An increased chance of your graduating and getting a better job