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Transfer Resource Center

Everything you need to know about transferring... and then some.

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Transfer Checklist
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Hocking College provides students with the foundation and experiences they need to successfully enter the workforce or transfer to a four-year university. Transfer admission is guaranteed to any public four-year university in Ohio for in-state residents who have earned an associate degree from Hocking!

Hocking College is also accredited by the Higher Learning Commission as a quality standard that assures Hocking credits will transfer. In fact, formal articulation agreements are in place for more than 30 academic programs.

In addition, Hocking College offers a complete set of general education requirements that are guaranteed to transfer to any Ohio public colleges and universities as part of the Ohio Transfer 36.

Explore Transferable Programs & Partnerships

Our articulation agreements are designed with you in mind. Students who complete our 2+2 programs save an average of $28,000.

Below is a list of the Articulation Agreements that Hocking College has with various schools across the nation, and are organized by the number of years to complete at each institution.

Athens, OH

2+2

Online

2+2

Columbus, OH

2+2

Fashion Design and Retail Merchandising 

To apply- email admissions@ccad.edu

Transfer Questions- Director of Admissions, Ellen Ellis at eellis@ccad.edu

 

 

Helpful Resources

Looking to transfer out or to transfer in? Check out some of these free resources and feel confident in your choice.


Earn Your Hocking College Degree with Reverse Transfer

Are you a former Hocking College student who has transferred to a four-year institution? If so, you may be eligible to complete your Associate's degree at Hocking College by transferring your remaining credits from another institution.
 
Please complete these two easy steps:
 
1. Send a current official transcript(s) to the Hocking College Registrar's Office.
 
Hocking College
ATTN: Registrar's Office - JL 184
3301 Hocking Parkway, 
Nelsonville, Ohio 45764. 
 
2. Complete the form below to request an evaluation:
 

 

Transferring Out Checklist

Not sure how to transfer? Just follow these 7 steps:

  1. Meet with your Hocking College academic advisor once you're approaching graduation 
  2. Meet with transfer advisor at four-year institution
  3. Complete all appropriate applications and financial aid for four-year institution
  4. Pay application fees for four-year school
  5. Request high school transcripts, ACT scores, Hocking College transcripts be sent to four-year school
  6. Graduate from Hocking College
  7. Follow up with four-year institution (check if all documents turned in and schedule orientation)

Transfer Contacts

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Franklin University

Greg Haskins - Franklin University Community College Regional Manager

Email: transferinfo@franklin.edu
Call or Text: 614-849-2997

Schedule a phone or virtual appointment online by clicking here

Visit the transfer resource page at Franklin University here.

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Ohio University

Brian "BJ" Heidlebaugh

Email: heidleba@ohio.edu
Call: 740-593-0712

Click here to view Ohio University's transfer resource page. 

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Western Governors University

Transfer Resources

Click here for the transfer resource page at Western Governors University.

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Central State University

Transfer Resources

Click here for the transfer resource page at Central State 

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West Virginia University

Office of the University Registrar

Email: transfercredit@mail.wvu.edu
Call: 304-293-5355

Visit the transfer resource page at West Virginia University here.

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University of Cincinnati

Transfer Resources

Click here for the transfer resource page at the University of Cincinnati

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Otterbein University

Transfer Resources

Click here to view transfer resources at Otterbein University.

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Mount Carmel College of Nursing

Transfer Resources

Visit the Mount Carmel College of Nursing transfer page here.

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Waldorf University

Transfer Resources

Visit the Waldorf University online transfer center here.

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Indiana Wesleyan University

Transfer Resources

Click here to visit the transfer resource page at Indiana Wesleyan University


Frequently Asked Questions About Transferring

It is recommended that you begin the transfer process at the beginning of the semester before you intend to transfer.

You can reference our Transfering Checklist here.

An articulation agreement is a formal agreement between two or more colleges or universities documenting the transfer policies for a specific academic program or degree in general.

Hocking College offers formal articulation agreements for more than 30 academic programs.

You can view the full list of transferable programs by clicking here.

If you are unsure as to what courses will transfer to your college of choice, we recommend reviewing your options on Transferology.

According to their website, Transferology allows you to enter your courses online to find equivalent courses at other schools. Matches are ranked by awarded credit, so you are able to maximize your transfer potential. 

Yes. As a transfer student, you are eligible to receive financial aid.  For specific information, contact your Financial Aid Representative.

Transferring costs will vary from institution to institution.

For more information on the cost of attending Hocking College, click here.

For more information transferring from Hocking College, contact your admissions representative.

Students are guaranteed the transfer of applicable credits among Ohio's public colleges and universities and equitable treatment in the application of credits to admissions and degree requirements.

For more information, you can visit The Ohio Department of Higher Education here.

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