Important Note About Transferring Courses: Most Universities will only accept
66 hours of transferrable college-level credits towards a Bachelor's degree.
Planning to transfer?
Career and Transfer Services (CaTS) offers current information on transfer guides, joint admissions agreements, transfer equivalencies, and general core requirements. We will help you find the answers!
Are you ready to transfer?
Each year hundreds of students transfer from Northwest Vista College to 4-year schools. It is never to early to start transfer planning. If you are thinking about transferring, there are things you can do right now to insure a smooth transition:
1. You can start your journey toward successful transfer by researching possible colleges/universities and their requirements.
2. Visit colleges/universities, attend NVC Transfer Fairs, and attend CaTS Transfer Workshops.
3. Make an appointment with your transfer advisor to discuss your transfer plans.
Contact Career and Transfer Services
If you are thinking about going on to a 4-year school, we can help you get there. .
Choices 360 is an interactive tool to help you search for colleges and universities that are in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.
Community Days -- University Campus Visits
Representatives from local and state-wide colleges and universities regularly visit Northwest Vista College to provide students the opportunity to discuss transfer admissions and requirements, financial aid and scholarships, and to answer questions.
Advisor On Campus (AOC)
Advisors from partnering universities are available on campus by appointment for transfer planning. Call (210) 486-4126 to set up appointment.
Reverse Transfer Degree
Although it is highly recommended that you complete your associate degree, there are times that transferring prior to degree completion may be your plan. You can still get your associate degree from NVC when you have completed the required courses totaling 60 hours and have successfully completed a minimum 15 hours at NVC. Send an official transcripts back to NVC for evaluation. Earning your associate degree gives you more opportunity while you are completing your bachelor’s degree.
TRANSFER PLANS AND GUIDES