We want to assist you in completing your goals here at NACC and make your transfer process as smooth as possible. You may have questions about your course credits or when you need to apply to the four-year institution. Rest assured, the College and Career Planning Center has you covered. Holly Williams is our Career/Transfer Advisor, and she is familiar with the programs at state universities and colleges. She can provide our transfer students with excellent guidance during their transition. Contact Holly today at email@example.com to discuss your transfer process.
Here is a Transfer Checklist to assist in your transfer process.
Northeast Alabama Community College has articulation and transfer agreements with all public four-year universities and most private four-year universities in Alabama. To learn more, visit the Statewide Transfer Articulation & Reporting System (STARS) . These access guides help students prepare to transfer to a four-year university. A valuable tool for advisors and students alike is the STARS (Statewide Articulation Reporting System) Guide. This guide helps transfer students to determine what courses will transfer to another public college or university in Alabama. It's a simple process!
STARS is a computerized system that coordinates transfer among public colleges and universities in Alabama. Through STARS you can obtain a STARS Guide for the university and major of your choice. Alabama state law guarantees that courses at NACC on your STARS Guide will count at the university if you follow all instructions and enroll there. Access STARS from the Internet anywhere, including NACC computers in the Library or computer labs: http://stars.troy.edu. It is the student’s responsibility to stay informed about STARS and the transfer institution’s requirements regarding individual programs of study.
Remember: If you follow all instructions on your Transfer Guide and are admitted to the college or university, Alabama state law GUARANTEES that your credits will transfer!!
For PRIVATE colleges and universities, you will need to use the 2 to 4 Transfer Guide.
Transfer to independent (private) colleges in Alabama through the 2to4 TRANSFER PROGRAM. 2to4 Program Transfer Guides tell you how to complete majors in Alabama’s independent colleges after earning an associate’s degree at Northeast (similar to the STARS Guides for public colleges). Your Transfer Guide lists the NACC courses to take for your chosen major at one of these colleges. If you follow the Transfer Guide, you can graduate from the independent college at the same time as students who start there.
2to4 Transfer Program information and Transfer Guides are here:
Follow these steps and enjoy a seamless transfer from NACC!
As of 2014, the following members of Alabama’s Independent Colleges and Universities (AAICU) participate in the 2to4 Program:
Birmingham-Southern College, Concordia College, Faulkner University, Huntingdon College, Judson College, Miles College, Samford University, Spring Hill College, Stillman College, Talladega College, Tuskegee University, United States Sports Academy, and University of Mobile
Northeast Alabama Community College partners with several schools to provide a smooth transition for college students. Many of these partnerships include scholarship opportunities, fee waivers, early admissions, transfer representatives that students can contact, and much more. If you are planning to transfer to a school not listed on this sheet, they likely still have scholarships and a transfer contact for you. For more information on these schools and others not listed, please contact Holly Williams, NACC Transfer Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-638-4418 ext. 2372. (Revised 9/16/20)
STARS (Statewide Articulation Reporting System) is a computerized system that coordinates transfer among public colleges and universities in Alabama. Through STARS, you can obtain a STARS Guide for the university and major of your choice. For more information on the STARS Guide and how to use it, please click here for more Stars Guide information. To access STARS from the Internet anywhere, including NACC computers in the Library or computer labs, please visit stars.troy.edu.
2to4 Program Transfer Guides explain how to complete majors in Alabama’s independent colleges after earning an associate’s degree at Northeast (similar to the STARS Guides for public colleges). Your Transfer Guide lists the NACC courses to take for your chosen major at one of these colleges. If you follow the Transfer Guide, you can graduate from the independent college at the same time as students who start there when you start NACC. For more information on the 2to4 Transfer Guide, please click here. To access 2to4 Transfer Program information and Transfer Guides, please visit this site http://stars.troy.edu/get_the_guide_private.html.
Campus Tours: Choosing a college is an important and tough decision. That is why The Office of Undergraduate Admissions provides prospective students and families opportunities to tour the campus and experience life at Auburn first-hand or virtually! Click here for more information.
Schedule a virtual transfer information session this Summer for Friday, June 18th; Friday, July 16th; or Friday, August 13th, all at 10:00am Central Time using this link: https://apply.auburn.edu/portal/transfervirtualinfosession
The fall application deadline has been extended to July 1, 2021.
Summer and Fall Deadlines
August 15, 2020: Application for admission available.
October 1, 2020: FAFSA* Available Online at fafsa.ed.gov.
May 1, 2021: Summer term, Admission Application deadline.
June 1, 2021: Fall term, Admission Application deadline.
May 1, 2021: Summer term, Enrollment Deposit deadline (or 15 days from acceptance).
July 1, 2021: Fall term, Enrollment Deposit deadline.
February 1, 2021: FAFSA Priority Deadline for Consideration for Need-Based Scholarships.
March 1, 2021: Financial Aid Priority deadline.
Transfer Advisors: You may contact the Transfer Advisor in relation to your degree major for information about the Admissions process. Click here for more information.
Birmingham-Southern College offers several ways for you and your family to safely connect with Panthers on campus and experience ‘Southern Life on the Hilltop. Click here for more information.
In the coming weeks, various information sessions will be offered as live webinars. These webinars will highlight the many academic and extra-curricular opportunities available at Georgia Tech. During the webinar, you will also have the opportunity to get your questions answered by a representative from the department.
Click here for a listing of webinars offered.
The document submission deadline for Fall 2021 applicants is April 15. Students can visit our website to find detailed information on how to submit transcripts and documents.
Fall 2021 admission decisions will be released in two different rounds. The first decision release date is scheduled for mid-May and the second for mid-June.
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Virtual Campus Information Sessions, Virtual Campus Tours and Campus Visits are available by registering here.
Here is a video highlighting the transfer admission and scholarships process.
The University of Alabama will host Admitted Tide Days for those that have been admitted for Fall 2021. This is by invitation only and sent to all students admitted for Fall 2021 via email.
Phi Theta Kappa - Virtual Transfer Fair
UAB Scholarship deadline of March 1 for merit based scholarships has been extended to June 1.
Spring 2021 Virtual Transfer Day at UAB
Fall and Summer Orientation Sessions
The orientation sessions for students entering for summer or Fall 2021 are now available. All transfer students are asked to complete an orientation session as part of the enrollment process. There is a nonrefundable fee of $50 for each student which covers staff, programming, and other administrative services.
A full schedule is available on our website! Students can register for a session at uab.edu/orientation
Set up a virtual meeting with your admissions counselor, Breanna Fincher, to learn more about UAH, and to get answers to your questions.
Click here for information about opportunities to visit the campus.
The Transfer Student Center is dedicated to serving UNA's prospective, incoming, and currently enrolled transfer students. The goal is to enhance your transfer experience and ensure a seamless transition to the UNA community. https://www.una.edu/vpem/transfer-student-center.html
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at (800) TALK-UNA or 256.765.4608 or email@example.com.
Visits are available throughout the week with morning and afternoon options to best fit your schedule or virtually. Click here for more information.
*Students are invited to join us at one of our live virtual RN-BSN Nursing Information Sessions to learn more about our 100% Online RN-BSN Gateway program!
It is the official policy of the Alabama Community College System and entities under its control, including Northeast Alabama Community College, that no person shall be discriminated against on the basis of any impermissible criterion or characteristic, including, without limitation, race, color, national origin, religion, marital status, disability, sex, age, or any other protected class as defined by federal and state law. (ACCS Policies 601.02 and 800.00)