Counselors and Advisors assist students and develop their plans for transferring to four year colleges. Students may take up to two years towards a four-year degree at Mott Community College and then transfer to a four-year college or university.
Students considering transfer should see a Counselor or Advisor to assist them with their transfer planning.
These resources are available to assist with transfer planning:
- Transfer Guides
- Articulation Agreements
- Course Equivalency Lists
- Michigan Transfer Agreement - MTA / MACRAO Agreement
- Michigan Transfer Network
Consult the General Education and Transfer GuidesCheck for your major at the college where you plan to complete the four-year degree. General Education and Transfer Guides for many majors at Michigan colleges are available in the Counseling Center, PCC2030 and Advising Center, PCC2040 (or online through the links indicated above).
Review the catalog from the four-year school.College catalogs are available at the Career Resource Center, located in the Prahl College Center, PCC2050.
AttendTransfer Advisement Days
Representatives from most Michigan public and private colleges and universities visit the MCC campus each semester. For more information about Transfer Advisement Days, contact the Counseling Center, PCC2030. Dates and times are sent to students' MCC email accounts and are also on the Transfer Advisement Days web page.
- Additional College Transfer Support Services for Disadvantaged Students
Check theUniversity Center
located on the MCC Main Campus.
This unique partnership allows students to earn a bachelor's or master's degree from a major university without leaving Flint.
University of Michigan-Flint Transitions ProgramIdentifies and recruits a select group of students at Mott Community College and encourages them to pursue a baccalaureate degree. The Transitions Program provides a series of support services that encourages persistence at MCC, directs students through the transfer process and continues with follow-up services to support academic achievement and graduation from the University of Michigan-Flint. Contact: Tonya Keener's Office: (810) 762-0421. Fax: (810) 232-9831 Email: email@example.com
- Mott2UM-Flint Concurrent Enrollment Program
With a single admission application, students can take advantage of the resources and course selection at the University of Michigan-Flint and Mott Community College. The Mott2UM-Flint concurrent enrollment program offers you the opportunity to take courses at both institutions at the same time, meaning tuition savings and maximum flexibility of the path to a University of Michigan bachelor’s degree.
- Mott2O - MCC to Oakland University Partnership Program
- Transcript Request
For official transfer of credit, use Official Transcript Request through WebAdvisor or download and print the Transcript Request Form (pdf).