“WCCC is a just an overall great start to my college career.”
Jaycie MacArthur was unsure what she wanted to do after graduating from Woodland High School in 2015. She decided to enroll at WCCC because it had everything she was looking for in a college. She credits the MCCS Early College for me program in helping her take the first steps and guiding her through the application process and transition from high school to college. Jaycie has grown from a timid student, right out of high school, to a member of the Dean’s List. She works part time in the college’s financial aid office and is eager to continue studying business at a branch of the university once she completes her associate degree at WCCC and becomes the first in her family to earn a college credential.
How to Transfer
Transfer from a Maine community college.
Start here. Go anywhere.
As the least expensive college option in New England, Maine’s community colleges can save you thousands of dollars in the cost of a four-year degree.
The math is simple:
2 years at community college + 2 years at a 4-year college or university = an affordable 4-year degree.
Each year hundreds of our students transfer on to four-year colleges and universities around the country.
Many stay right here in Maine, where a new, comprehensive transfer agreement between the state’s community colleges and the University of Maine System has streamlined the process in order to save you time and money.
Some key resources can help make the process as easy as possible.
Transfer to a Maine Community College
Students interested in transferring credit to a Maine community college or earning credit for other work and learning experiences should start by contacting the admissions office at the college they are interested in attending. Learn more»
Earn Credits for Prior Learning
It’s also possible to earn college credit for work, military, and other life experiences, saving you both time and money as you work towards your degree. Learn more about credit for prior learning»
If you transfer from a Maine community college before earning an associate degree or certificate, the credits you earn at your next school may make it possible for you to complete your community college credential.
For more information about transfer or to request a transcript, contact your community college’s registrar:
Central Maine Community College
Office of the Registrar
Eastern Maine Community College
Kennebec Valley Community College
Office of the Registrar
Northern Maine Community College
Southern Maine Community College
Washington County Community College
York County Community College