Need help in transfer planning? If so click on the link for a transfer guide. The key is to start EARLY!!
Transfer Opportunities for the week of April 7
Monday, April 14 - WTAMU 10:30-12:30
Tuesday, April 15 - WTAMU 10:30-2:00
Wednesday, April 16 Eastern New Mexico University Byrd/Parcells Hall 1st floor
Washington Street Campus, SSC 130
Amarillo College has partnered with the following universities to make your transition smooth.
|UNIVERSITY||LINK TO TRANSFER INFO||LOCATION|
|American Public University||Online University|
|Bellevue University||Online University|
|Chamberlain College of Nursing||Online University|
|Dallas Baptist University||Private Christian|
|Eastern New Mexico University||Portales, NM|
|Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University||Online, various campus locations|
|Kaplan University||Online University|
|Midwestern State University||Wichita Falls, TX|
|New Mexico Tech University||Socorro, NM|
|Tarleton State University||Stephenville, TX|
|Texas A&M University||College Station, TX|
|Texas State University||San Marcos, TX|
|Texas Tech University||Lubbock, TX|
|University of New Mexico||Albuquerque, NM|
|University of North Texas||Denton, TX|
|UT Arlington||Arlington, TX|
|University of Texas at Dallas||Dallas, TX|
||Western Governors University||Online University|
|Wayland Baptist University||Plainview or Amarillo, TX|
|West Texas A&M University||Canyon, TX|
Need more help?
Starting Out at a Two-Year College
College Fish Transfer Planning Tool for Phi Theta Kappa Members
Please direct all transfer questions and inquiries to your Divisional Advisor or:
Sammie Artho, Associate Director
Advising Center, WSC, SSC 130
Amarillo College offers a number of programs and resources for transfer students.
Are you unsure where you want to transfer?
Once you have decided on your major, find out which universities offer your program of study. Use the links below to explore your options.
Common Course Number comparison for Texas Universities
It's important to remember that public universities in Texas typically accept only up to 66 hours of transfer credit from a community college. Earning more than 66 hours of credit at the community college may result in the student having to repeat required courses at the university.
NOTICE: All public universities in Texas use a common application for admission, located at www.ApplyTexas.org
- Students should work closely with their transfer institution to determine the best time to transfer.
- If you are close to an Associate's Degree, ask the transfer advisor about a 'reverse transfer' option.
You may be eligible for a $1,000 tuition rebate if you complete your bachelor's degree with as few courses outside the degree plan as possible. Find out if you qualify now by clicking this link.
College for All Texans Tuition Rebate
Most schools have transfer centers...check them out.
Questions - contact:
Sammie Artho, Associate Director of Advising
Advising Center, WSC, SSC 130