CCV has special transfer pathways and agreements with many colleges and universities. These agreements, sometimes referred to as articulation agreements, help students continue on to a bachelor’s degree program. Our pathways and agreements provide a seamless and efficient route toward continuing your education beyond an associate degree.
Join our upcoming virtual transfer fair to explore your options.
Vermont State Colleges System
The Vermont State Colleges System includes Castleton University, the Community College of Vermont, Northern Vermont University, and Vermont Technical College. The VSCS Direct Admissions Program gives CCV students guaranteed admission to more than 50 bachelor’s degree programs at these sister institutions. Students can apply for admission to a bachelor’s program at any time during their academic career at CCV, and the Direct Admissions course maps ensure that every class taken applies to both a CCV associate degree and VSCS bachelor’s degree.
As members of the Vermont State Colleges System, Castleton and CCV share a common course transcript. The Direct Admissions and degree program pathways mean that all CCV credits are accepted at Castleton and are applied directly to a student’s bachelor’s degree program as appropriate. Students wishing to transfer to a Castleton program that is not part of Direct Admissions should talk with their CCV advisor.
CCV associate degree graduates who transfer to Castleton will automatically receive the Castleton Transfer Success Scholarship.
Raphael Okuturo, Assistant Director of Admissions
Castleton University Office of Admissions
Northern Vermont University (NVU)
As members of the Vermont State Colleges System, NVU and CCV share a common course transcript. The Direct Admissions and degree program pathways mean that all CCV credits are accepted at NVU and are applied directly to a student’s bachelor’s degree program as appropriate.
CCV students interested in transferring to NVU can explore available pathways on the CCV/NVU transfer page.
Vermont Technical College (VTC)
As members of the Vermont State Colleges System, VTC and CCV share a common course transcript. The Direct Admissions and degree program pathways mean that all CCV credits are accepted at Vermont Tech and are applied directly to a student’s bachelor’s degree program as appropriate.
Shawn McElwain, VTC Transfer Coordinator
Vermont Tech Office of Admissions
The University of Vermont Transfer Pathways Program
The CCV to UVM Transfer Pathways Program offers 30 different pathways that guarantee CCV students junior status at the time they transfer to UVM. Students can apply to the program as early as their senior year of high school. CCV students considering any of the 2+2 pathways should work closely with their academic advisor. UVM offers CCV to UVM Scholarships as a part of the Transfer Pathways Program.
CCV to UVM Transfer Pathways
Previous course transfer equivalencies can be found in UVM’s transfer guide.
- CCV to UVM 2+2 Transfer Pathway Programs
- CCV to UVM Transfer Pathways Program Application
- UVM Transfer Fair Presentation
Other Vermont Colleges & Universities
CCV students can plan to transfer to Bennington College after completing their degree and apply credits toward a campus-based bachelor’s degree. Bennington College offers pre-application advising and $15,000 annual scholarships to eligible CCV graduates.
Carter Strong, Senior Assistant Director of Admissions
CCV graduates can transfer to Champlain and apply credits toward the completion of specific campus-based bachelor’s degree programs.
- CCV to Champlain Transfer Pathways
- Champlain College Online Course and Degree Transfer Pathways
- Champlain College Transfer Fair Presentation
Leah Miller, Assistant Director of Admissions
Champlain College Office of Admissions
CCV graduates are guaranteed admission into one of Goddard’s bachelor’s degree programs through one of these flexible transfer pathways. CCV students are eligible for a $1000 transfer scholarship.
Students interested in attending Goddard should contact an admissions counselor at 800-906-8312 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CCV graduates can transfer to Norwich University to earn their bachelor of science in criminal justice entirely online, in less than two years. Tuition discounts are available to active military. Scholarships are available to all CCV graduates.
To learn more about Norwich’s online criminal justice program, visit online.norwich.edu/ccv, or contact admissions at 800-468-6679 or email@example.com.
St. Michael’s College
CCV graduates can transfer to St. Michael’s College to earn a bachelor’s degree in over 40 different academic majors. Scholarships are available to Vermont transfer students.
Learn more about this partnership on the St. Michael’s College transfer page.
Other New England Colleges & Universities
CCV graduates can transfer to Excelsior College to complete a bachelor’s degree in flexible online programs of study including business, liberal arts, health sciences, public service, nursing, and technology. CCV graduates benefit from a tuition discount and free application. Visit the CCV to Excelsior College transfer page for more information.
CCV graduates can transfer to Springfield College to complete a bachelor of science degree in human services at their Springfield, Massachusetts or St. Johnsbury, Vermont campuses. Learn more about this transfer partnership on the Springfield College transfer page.
SUNY Empire College
CCV graduates can transfer to SUNY Empire College to complete a bachelor of science degree in a variety of programs including business, accounting, human resource management, psychology, and addiction studies. Classes are delivered as a blend of online, independent study, and in-person residencies at SUNY Empire. CCV graduates benefit from guaranteed admission and a transfer scholarship, and maintain the ability to take optional courses at CCV. Learn more about this transfer partnership on the SUNY Empire transfer page.
Graduates of CCV’s environmental studies, STEM, behavioral science, or business programs can transfer to Unity College to complete an online bachelor’s degree in the following programs: environmental studies, wildlife conservation, sustainable business management, or environmental criminal justice. CCV graduates benefit from special tuition rates and fee waivers. Visit the CCV to Unity College transfer page for more information.
University of Maine
CCV and the University of Maine have a special transfer agreement for CCV STEM A.S. graduates to matriculate into a surveying engineering technology B.S. degree. Interested students should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
CCV STEM A.S. to Surveying Engineering Technology B.S.- Sample Pathway