80% of students who transfer do so at a sophomore level or higher*

80%

percentage of students who transfer do so at a sophomore level or higher*

*Office of Research and Planning. 2010-2011 MCC Graduate Exit Survey.

The Best Two Years of a Four-Year Degree

Interested in transferring to get your bachelor’s degree? Once you have earned your associate’s degree at MCC you can transfer to one of 40 partner institutions to finish your degree.

MCC’s transfer programs make it convenient and affordable to get your degree. You can save on tuition by starting your bachelor’s degree at MCC; it’s the same impressive degree at a lower price.

To learn more about transferring, including details on transferring to ASU, UA, or NAU, visit our transferring page.

Fast Fact

98%

of graduates who said they were satisfied/very satisfied with the quality of instruction at MCC.

*Office of Research and Planning. 2011-2012 MCC Graduate Exit Survey

Signature University Partnerships

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Tools and Resources

When you’re finishing your education at MCC, we’ll help you get to wherever you’re going next. Here are links to some important information and tools to make your transfer go smoothly.

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Degree Options at MCC

Even if your goal is a four-year degree, completing a two-year associates degree at MCC is the best option for both your career and academic future. MCC offers two-year degrees in over 100 programs.

See a list of Degrees

Let’s Get Started

Before you can enjoy all the benefits of an MCC education you have to enroll. So if you’re ready, you can start right now. Online or in-person enrollment is the first step. Then you can speak with an academic advisor to help you set your goals and apply for financial assistance if you need it. After that, you’ll be ready to register for classes and pay tuition.

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