There is no one path to earning a Bachelor’s Degree. Finances, degree plans, and class credits can impact a student’s progress towards earning their degree. Luckily, there are common transfer paths to choose from that may fit your preferences and postsecondary goals!
CAP students start at a UT system school, and, if they complete all requirements, will be granted admission to UT Austin (College of Liberal Arts).
Note: they may not be guaranteed admission into their program/major of choice. For example, business and engineering majors may have additional requirements the student must meet and may need to apply separately.
There is no application for this program. A student must accept or decline the offer by the deadline
Pathway students take a few classes at ACC and one class at Texas State, and upon successful completion of program requirements, they will become full-time Texas State students and will be able to transfer into most majors internally.
There is no application for this program. Students must accept or decline the offer by the deadline provided.
Students take a few classes at ACC and one class at UT Austin. Upon completing program requirements, they will become full-time UT students the next school year (and guaranteed admission into the College of Liberal Arts).
Students cannot apply to participate in PACE; instead, eligible students who apply for freshman admission are offered the opportunity to do so and must accept or decline by the deadline provided.
Students take classes at both Blinn College – Rellis Campus and Texas A&M – College Station. Upon successful completion of the requirements, they will become full-time A&M students.
Participating students will complete an AAS degree at ACC and a BAAS degree taught by visiting Concordia professors. This allows students to pursue a four-year degree from a private institution and never have to leave their familiar ACC campuses.
Students who enter the OWL program will transfer to Western Governors University Texas. They must complete an associate degree within three years and maintain a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA. By meeting these requirements, students will be guaranteed admission to WGU in select programs.
There is no need to fill out an online application for admission to WGU. To enroll in the program, complete the bottom of this form. When you are ready to graduate from your community college, a WGU co-advisor will assist you in the enrollment process.
Students will complete an Associate’s Degree from one of Texas Tech’s community college partners. They can complete their Bachelor’s Degree and teacher certification in two years at one of the participating regional campuses.
Students will be co-enrolled at Texas A&M and will be able to take Texas A&M engineering courses at their community college. After 1-2 years, students transition to Texas A&M to complete their bachelor’s.
Designed for students attending Texas community colleges and offers more than 65 degree plans. Upon completing the coursework outlined by the program’s degree plan and additional requirements, participants are eligible for automatic admission to Texas A&M.