Transfer-On Programs

Transferring to Four-Year Institutions

Gateway Community College is committed to assisting students in obtaining their educational goals. Should those goals include transferring to a four-year institution, students may take advantage of the agreements the college has in place with various institutions. Currently the list of transfer articulation agreements include the following colleges and universities:

Transfer Advising and Information

The Counseling and Student Success Center provides information and activities about transferring. To facilitate this process you must meet with a professional counselor who is experienced in options and resources available to you. To speak to a counselor, contact the Center.

In order to effectively manage your transfer, the following is recommended:

  • Meet with a counselor/program coordinator at least, once per academic semester to make sure that you are fulfilling major requirements and enrolling in courses transferable to your selected college/university.
  • Attend an open house or visit the target university/college; check‐ out their website and housing options before applying for admission. Student can call the admissions office at the receiving college and schedule a campus tour.
  • Meet with admission representatives from the 4‐yr colleges/universities during their visit here on campus.
  • Students are encouraged to participate in our transfer seminars and college fairs.
  • Contact the Center for schedules of upcoming visits and fairs.

Transfer Out Guide

Transfer Out Guide

Transfer Out Advising

Advisors from area colleges and universities regularly offer transfer advising at Gateway.

Click below to schedule an appointment.

Connecticut State Universities


Charter Oak

Private Colleges & Univ's

Albertus Magnus
University of New Haven

Submitting the Common Application

Submitting the Common Application