Visit your EICC advisor to ask any questions you might have and to begin gathering
information on possible transfer options.
Does your transfer college have an admissions partnership or joint enrollment agreement
with EICC? If so, sign up!
Send for transfer information and catalogs from four-year colleges and universities
that interest you. Consider scheduling a transfer visit day on those campuses as well.
Find out about transfer requirements and deadlines for your chosen transfer institution
Make an appointment with a department advisor or admissions person at your chosen
transfer institution to talk about your major and to plan your course of study at
Complete and send the application(s) for admission with the application fee(s) —check
for due dates. Many applications can be completed online.
Complete and send the required financial aid and scholarship applications along with
any additional required documents. NOTE: If an essay is required, it is very important
that you make a concerted effort to communicate your thoughts thoroughly. Very often,
the essay is the determining factor!
Determine if there are any additional placement tests that the transfer institution
will require you to take for admission or placement in courses.
Have official EICC transcripts (and official high school transcripts, if necessary)
sent to the transfer institution.
Check on immunization requirements for the institution and complete verification forms
After you are accepted by the transfer institution, request that your transfer credits
be certified by the transfer institution.
Select classes with the help of an advisor at the transfer institution and register
(or pre-register) for classes for the upcoming term.
Pay fees by deadlines.
Participate in orientation programs and buy books and supplies.