HACC Students

HACC Transfer Services

  • Phone: 717-270-4222 ext. 413353; Email: transfer@hacc.edu 
  • Remote Services: Tuesday - Wednesday; 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 
  • During the summer months, the office will be closed on Fridays

Schedule your Zoom appointment or drop in to meet with Transfer Services

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Welcome to HACC Transfer Services

HACC's transfer team understands that obtaining an associate's degree and transferring to a four-year college or university is the primary goal of many students. We are here to make sure that you achieve your transfer goals. Don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you have as you review transfer information and develop your transfer plan. 

Transfer Agreements

HACC has worked with many institutions in establishing practical articulations and dual admission agreements to ensure successful student transfers. These agreements will help determine what HACC credits align with their majors and programs, promoting a timely and efficient transfer. Click on the following links to  learn more about our specific agreements and about why you should complete your associate's degree at HACC.


The drop-down menu below will provide you transfer information and class check sheets that HACC has established with our transfer partners.

Search for Transfer information and Checksheets by College:

Transfer Services' FAQs

Your HACC courses must meet your transfer institution's requirements. To plan a successful transfer, you should:

  • Select your specific transfer college as soon as possible.
  • Choose a transfer curriculum.
  • Work with your advisor to select required transfer courses.
  • Review HACC's transfer information. This includes transfer checksheets, comprehensive transfer notebooks, course equivalencies, transfer agreements, college directories and catalogs.

You can transfer at any time; however, consider completing your degree at HACC first. Transferring with an associate degree provides advance standing at a 4-year institution and also makes it more likely that you will be successful in your quest for a baccalaureate degree. Remember that before transferring, you must apply to and be accepted at the 4-year destination.

Your transfer institution may not accept the transfer credits that HACC did. HACC's transfer credit decisions do not reflect the decision of any other institution.

You will need to send official transcripts when you apply for transfer. These transcripts must include all coursework from schools you previously attended.

A dual-admission agreement is a cooperative partnership between HACC and a four-year college or university. It is for students interested in pursuing a bachelor degree. This agreement will:

  • Facilitate your admission process
  • Transfer your associate degree credits into a bachelor degree program
  • Help ensure you do not lose any time or money

We have over 10 colleges and universities you can choose from for a dual-admission agreement. 


Articulation agreements determine how credit is transferred into HACC or another institution.

Yes, HACC forms local, preferred partner transfer agreements with many Central Pennsylvania colleges and universities, but students have the option to transfer to other institutions as well. Students should contact the institution to which they plan to transfer for more information about how HACC credits can be transferred.

Yes. Here are some top resources for you to use to assist with your transfer research.

You may obtain an official electronic transcript through the following link. There is a $6 processing fee per request.

If you have immediate questions or concerns about your transcript request, please email our Registrar’s Office at record@hacc.edu.

HACC transfer services has an online bulletin board containing flyers about upcoming events for all four-year transfer partners, including HACC events and our RaiseMe micro-scholarship partnership. 

Colleges, like people, have different personalities. Their personalities are shaped by location, size, academic programs, faculty, services, and their diversity. So, look for characteristics that are important to you. For additional tips, visit Choosing the Right Four Year Transfer Partner