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Reading Area Community College has a number of partnership agreements for graduates to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. As a quick summary of our partnership opportunities, please click on Articulation Agreements Summary. For details of each agreement, follow the links on the menu.
Transferring to a four-year college or university is a major goal of many RACC students. The most important advice for students wishing to transfer is to start planning early.
Successful transfer requires careful selection and planning so courses taken at RACC not only transfer easily, but also meet requirements at the transfer school. We have many resources available to help with that process.
- Current college students wishing to transfer in to RACC should visit the Getting Started page.
- Students wishing to obtain official copies of their transcripts, should visit the Transcript Request page.
- Students wishing to view course equivalencies should visit the Transfer Course Equivalency Database
- New students who plan to obtain RACC degree and then transfer to pursue a bachelor's degree should visit the Getting Started page.
If you're thinking about transferring or just looking to explore your options, consider attending some of the college information sessions, usually held in the cafeteria of Berks Hall. During these sessions, representatives from four-year colleges visit campus to meet with interested students. You can stop by the information table anytime during the scheduled visit to pick up catalogs, applications or other materials. This is also a great opportunity to ask questions on an individual basis.