| DON'T JUST TRANSFER - GRADUATE!
Planning to transfer to a four-year university to complete a
Bachelor's degree? You may be eligible for an Associate degree based on
the completion of work on an approved transfer plan (2 + 2).
For more information, contact Graduation Advising in the Counseling Center, 210-486-0864 or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to
set up an online private advising session to answer your questions on
graduation. You can also reach the online counselors during regular
business hours by going to the website Online advising.
|WHY YOU SHOULD GET AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE
An associate degree is a milestone in your educational journey.
from SAC is an accomplishment that shows you have achieved a goal. You
will also serve as a role model for your family and others in your
community to further their education.
With a Reverse Transfer plan, you can usually get an Associate degree
while you are on your way toward a Bachelor's.
It can increase your competitive ability in the job market.
Individuals with an Associate degree earn at least $7,000 or higher
annual income than high school graduates and are less likely to be
unemployed during their lifetime.
You can enhance your job skills in high-demand areas.
programs at SAC are in high-demand fields such as nursing, medical
assisting, computer information systems, dental assisting, court
reporting and American Sign Language. The credentials needed to enter
these exciting, well-paying careers are obtainable at SAC.
The associate degree provides for a smoother transition for transfer.
An Associate degree includes the core curriculum that must be accepted by all Texas public colleges and universities.
You'll gain added incentive and encouragement.
Once you formally graduate from SAC, you will feel empowered to succeed at the next level.