University Transfer (2+2)


In the United States, most students are able to complete a traditional bachelor's degree after four years of full-time study. You can choose to spend that entire time at the same four-year institution, or you can choose to spend the first two years at a community college followed by two years at a university. After two years at Seattle Colleges, you earn an associate degree and transfer to a university to complete a bachelor's degree.

 

2+2 Structure

Study two years at Seattle Colleges, earn an associate degree, and then transfer to a four-year college or university for the last two years to earn your bachelor's degree.

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2+2 Benefits

Save money, receive personal attention from instructors in small classes, and enjoy other benefits of attending a community college.

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Transfer Pathways

While you're guaranteed conditional admission to up to two universities from Seattle Colleges, you can transfer anywhere.

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Majors

Seattle Colleges offers classes in almost all major subjects to help you prepare for your degree.

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Transfer Resources

Seattle Colleges offers various resources to help you prepare to transfer, such as quarterly transfer fairs. You can also receive personalized guidance through transfer workshops and individual advising meetings.

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Transfer Success

Graduates of Seattle Colleges consistently transfer to well-known, top-ranking colleges and universities.

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Meet Wesley, Class of 2016

Originally from Indonesia, Wesley attended Seattle Central in 2013. He transferred to Seattle University, and after graduating, he began working as a professional management consultant in Seattle.

Check out Wesley's video to hear about his experience in Seattle and to learn what advice he would give to future international students.

 

Other Resources:  Accelerated Associate of Business

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