Planning your move to a four-year college or university doesn’t have to be overwhelming. GHC is here to assist you with the transfer process. We’ll help you identify four-year colleges and universities that line up with your goals. And, we’ll work with you to help you choose courses that meet your GHC degree and transfer school’s requirements.
Popular Transfer Colleges
If you are planning to transfer after you complete your associate’s degree, you’ll need to do some research, and we have made it a little easier for you! Below you will find the most popular transfer four-year colleges and universities that our students transition to after graduation. Be sure to click on the school and find the contact information for their current transfer admissions counselor.Berry College
Dalton State College
Georgia State University
Jacksonville State University
Kennesaw State University
University of Georgia
University of West Georgia
Colleges visit GHC – for You!
Many college and university reps visit GHC to speak with students who are interested in four-year degrees. Find out which colleges are coming to GHC by checking below. Or check with your campus academic advisor.
UPCOMING COLLEGE VISITS
Students complete their Associate’s Degree requirements from GHC (that’s the first “2”), and then will complete the Bachelor’s Degree (the junior & senior level courses) at one of the institutions below. Click below for more information on your desired program.
Public Relations with University of West Georgia
- Earn your Associate’s Degree in Communication here at GHC, and then easily transition to complete your Bachelor’s Degree at University of West Georgia enrolling in their Mass Communication program with a specialization in Public Relations.
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Special Education (Online) with University of Georgia
- GHC students completing an Associate’s Degree in Special Education who are looking into an online degree program to finish their Bachelor’s degree have an opportunity with University of Georgia’s Online Bachelor of Science in Special Education. The B.S.Ed. at UGA is the only online Special Education program in the Southeast, and both successful online bachelor’s programs are ranked #5 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
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Next Step Fair
Not sure where to finish your four-year degree? Be sure to also attend our annual Next Step (Transfer) Fair in February.