Need help in transfer planning? The key is to start EARLY!!
Amarillo College has a number of partnerships and pathways that can help our students transition to a university. It is important to plan carefully for a transfer because depending on the program of study and on the school accepting transfer, your options or requirements can change. Knowledge is your best tool to make sure you are staying on a solid academic path.
Students should be aware that there are limits on the number of lower-division freshman and sophomore courses that Texas public colleges and universities will accept in transfer. In many cases, the maximum number of college-level courses accepted in transfer toward a bachelor's degree is 66, although some universities may accept slightly more in special cases.
To ensure that you are enrolling in courses that will apply toward a Bachelor's degree, please meet with an advisor to discuss unique transfer situations. In most cases it is very important to see an advisor at the university in which you are planning to transfer to verify what courses you need to take at AC for successful transfer.
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Amarillo College has partnered with the following universities to make your transition smooth.
|UNIVERSITY||LINK TO TRANSFER INFO||LOCATION|
|American Public University||Online University|
|Baylor University||Private Christian|
|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 location|
|Kaplan University||Online University|
|Lubbock Christian University||Lubbock, TX|
|Midwestern State University||Wichita Falls, TX|
|New Mexico Tech University||Socorro, NM|
|Oklahoma State University||Stillwater, OK|
|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|
College Fish Transfer Planning Tool for Phi Theta Kappa Members
Please direct all transfer questions and inquiries to your Divisional Advisor or:
Ernesto Olmos, Director of Advising
Advising Center, WSC, SSC 130
Amarillo College offers a number of programs and resources for transfer students.
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 Universitie
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
Advising Center, WSC, SSC 130