MC has a long history of successfully preparing students for transfer to four-year institutions.
Earning a degree at MC is the first step on your way to earning a bachelor's degree. A bachelor’s degree is often necessary for competitive jobs and for graduate school. Earning your associate's degree and transferring provides you with a strong educational foundation and saves you money.
Community college transfer students often perform as well or even better at four-year schools than their peers who enroll directly from high school or who transferred from other four-year schools.
Four-year schools often visit MC to talk to students about transferring to their institution. It's a great opportunity for MC students to ask questions about the application process, financial aid, scholarships, deadlines, on-campus housing, etc. Visit the Transfer Events page to learn more.
Transfer Website Highlights
Located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Salisbury University offers 43 undergraduate
degrees, 15 Master’s Degree Programs and 2 Doctoral Degree Programs. Its undergraduate
enrollment is about 7,782. Salisbury is home to:
1) Perdue School of Business
2) Seidel School of Education
3) Henson School of Science and Technology
4) College of Health and Human Services
5) the Fulton School of Liberal Studies
For high achievers, Salisbury offers an Honors College. Salisbury is a student-centered institution with an array of student activities and clubs. It offers an audio recording studio, a climbing wall, and a state of the Art Academic Commons and Library. Salisbury has the Teacher Academy of Maryland Scholarship (TAM) for underrepresented minorities and STEM Scholarships. Salisbury also offers Exercise Science at the Universities at Shady Grove. Learn more about Salisbury University and MC's transfer agreement with them.