Transfer Services

Aiming for your bachelor's degree? Start with Bucks

Early planning is the key to success when you intend to make your education at Bucks the foundation for a bachelor's degree at a four-year institution.

You're on your way in three easy steps

  1. Begin by applying to Bucks. If you're transferring credits from another school into Bucks, be sure to visit transferring to Bucks.
  2. Keep on track by making a transfer plan.  Start by Planning Your Transfer and follow the Transfer Planning Checklist .
  3. Become fast friends with the folks at Transfer Services. They provide advising services, guides, reference materials, transfer agreements and course equivalents and host Transfer Fairs.

Where do Bucks students transfer?

Our students transfer to colleges and universities across the country and abroad. Many choose to stay closer to home, taking their studies to such Pennsylvania schools as Temple University, Penn State, Bloomsburg, East Stroudsburg, Kutztown, Millersville, and West Chester-and also area private schools, such as Albright, Arcadia, Delaware Valley, Drexel, Gwynedd-Mercy, Holy Family, Jefferson, LaSalle, Philadelphia U, and Rider. Explore the PA State System of Higher Education universities at PASSHE.

Special Agreements Can Smooth the Path

Many colleges and universities have made the transfer planning process smoother by outlining how Bucks courses can fit into bachelor's degree requirements. Check out our transfer agreements and agreements handout .  You may also be interested in intent form or dual admission opportunities, which enable you to be assured of admission into a partner institution, if you meet the requirements of the agreement.

How Do I Know How Bucks Courses Will Transfer?

Many colleges and universities have lists that indicate which specific Bucks courses are equivalent to courses at their four-year institution. (Keep in mind that although a course is equivalent, it may not be required for a particular bachelor's degree program.) See our list of schools providing course equivalents.

To see how many PA schools transfer credit, visit www.PAcollegetransfer.com

Transfer Fairs Bring Transfer Representatives to Bucks

At transfer fairs, you can personally meet with representatives from many colleges and universities. See our schedule of dates and schools.