Transfer Information Month
Looking to transfer?
Want to learn more about the process?
During Delaware County Community College’s hybrid Transfer Information Month, you’ll get answers to everything you need to know about the transfer process.
Attend the Dual and Guaranteed Admissions Transfer Fair on the Marple campus and talk with representatives from our partner institutions.
Meet online month-long with representatives from four-year colleges and universities.
Attend online Panel Presentations.
Meet virtually with a Transfer Advisor during an Open Q&A Session.
Attend the College Visits at the Downingtown Campus location.
Meet with admissions representatives from our partner institutions to discuss the transfer agreements. Benefits include:
- Guaranteed acceptance
- Application fee waiver or refund
Dual and Guaranteed Admissions Partner Institutions Fair
Tuesday, October 11, from 10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Founders Hall, 2500 Lounge
Chestnut Hill College
Commonwealth University of PA (Bloomsburg, Mansfield, and Lock Haven University)
Delaware Valley University
Gwynedd Mercy University
La Salle University
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design
Saint Joseph's University
Southern New Hampshire University
West Chester University
Join us as a panel of representatives from our partner institutions share information about their respective programs.
STEM Panel Session
Wednesday, October 12, 10 a.m.-Noon
Calling all STEM students. Are you a student majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math? If so, then this panel is for you. In this discussion, students will have the opportunity to directly speak with representatives, including faculty, from Drexel, Temple, West Chester and Widener Universities. The schools will review what STEM majors they offer and the careers they lead to. It's never too early to think about your options. We hope to see you there!
Business Panel Session
Wednesday, October 12, Noon-1 p.m.
Do you have aspirations to go into business? Perhaps you are interested in finance, marketing, management, or even starting your own business? Join a panel of representatives from our partner institutions offering bachelor degrees in business. Items covered will be transfer timelines, program options, application/petitioning process, and course requirements. Institutions expected to join us are Drexel, Temple, The American Business School of Paris, and West Chester Universities.
Nursing BSN Panel Session
Friday, October 14, 10 a.m. - Noon
Do you have aspirations for achieving your BSN? Join a panel of representatives from our partner Nursing institutions to learn about how to successfully transfer. Items covered will be transfer timelines, program options, application/petitioning process, and course requirements. The virtual session will begin promptly at noon and is expected to end by 2 p.m. The first hour will consist of an overview of each program, with the next hour leading to individual breakout rooms with each institution. Institutions expected to join us are: Drexel, Immaculata, La Salle, Neumann, Thomas Jefferson, West Chester and Widener Universities.
Join a virtual zoom session to get your transfer questions answered. These open sessions are designed for students to drop-in, virtually, and speak with a Transfer Advisor in regards to general questions about transferring.
Meet with Admissions Representatives at both the Downingtown and Exton locations
Thursday, October 13, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Temple University
Thursday, October 13, Noon - 2 p.m. West Chester University
Monday, October 10, 9 - 11 a.m. West Chester University
Thursday, October 13, 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. Temple University
Virtual Fall Transfer Fair Information Sessions
|Rowan University||Monday, Oct. 17||11 a.m.||Register|
|Shippensburg University||Monday, Oct. 17||11 a.m.||Zoom Link|
|Elizabethtown College||Monday, Oct. 17||2 p.m.||Zoom Link|
|Columbia University||Monday, Oct. 24||10 a.m.||Zoom Link|
|Stockton University||Monday, Oct. 24||1-2 p.m.||Zoom Link|
Are you enrolled in the Dual Admissions program with one of our partner institutions? If so, please join us for an opportunity to learn more about admissions, credit transfer, financial aid, scholarships, student affairs, and new student and family programs. Registration is required and you must be enrolled in the Dual Admission program to attend. These are invitation only sessions.