Roxbury Community College graduates have many choices when transferring to a four-year college from a public to private college, a large or small campus, to local or out of state colleges and universities.
Transfer Services at RCC assist students with understanding the transfer process and the value of obtaining their bachelor’s degree. Moreover, the department’s primary aim is to support RCC graduates and alumni with the transfer process, while utilizing transfer pathways and agreements established by the department.
To learn more about transferring to a four-year college/university, make an appointment with Evan Desatnick, Coordinator of Transfer Affairs & Articulation Services via Bookings at: Transfer Services Student Appointments (office365.com).
As part of the Massachusetts State System of Transfer, RCC offers pathways of transfer from the community college to the four-year colleges and universities in the MA state system.
RCC has transfer agreements with all of the state's 4-year colleges and universities.
What is Mass Transfer (MT)?
Using one application, MT offers pathways of transfer from the MA community college system to the state's four-year colleges and universities.
Explore Mass Transfer
Roxbury Community College has a variety of transfer agreements, also known as articulation agreements, with both private and public colleges/universities. A transfer agreement is designed to maximize courses from Roxbury to the partner institution. Below is a list of various agreements designed for students looking to transfer in a variety of fields of study. Each agreement may have a variety of benefits for students so make sure to inquire with the transfer representative at the four-year college about agreement specifics.
You can see transfer agreements on each Associate of Arts and Associate of Science program page.
University of Massachusetts Boston
University of Massachusetts Amherst
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Emerson College Next Step Scholarship
*Note: Check with the Roxbury CC Registrar’s Office to ensure that your graduation status is recorded on your transcript before you request a final transcript.