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Virtual Transfer Events

NECC, periodically, hosts transfer events on campus (currently virtually) to help students learn about other colleges. It’s never too early to explore the possibilities.

 

Things to do at NECC to get you ready to graduate and transfer

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Complete the following at NECC to get you ready to:

 

Transfer

  1. Let our Transfer Advisor, Rosalie Catalano help you with the process, contact her at vrodriguez@necc.mass.edu
  2. If you have not already done so, complete your transfer application.
  3. Research the deadline to apply to the transfer institution.
  4. Colleges have several different opportunities to meet with NECC transfer students as indicated in the tabs below. We strongly urge you to take advantage of these opportunities as you plan your future.
  5. Request that your official transcripts from NECC be sent to the transfer institution. You should order them once you submit your application, even though your current courses are in progress. You then update the transfer institution by sending them another transcript once your degree is awarded.
  6. Look for Transfer Scholarships

Graduate

  1. Complete the petition to graduate form 
  2. Email the Center for Business & Accounting to request a review of your petition and DegreeWorks audit before you submit the graduation petition and DegreeWorks audit to the Registrar’s Office – the deadline is December 22nd.
UMass-Lowell

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Do your research

We know that 2020 was a challenging year. While many challenges remain, spring 2021 begins with an end to this pandemic in sight. Our students and employees took risk reduction efforts seriously. Because of that, UMass Lowell had a far lower COVID-19 positivity rate in the fall than surrounding communities, and we were able to increase face-to-face classes to 25% this spring (up from 8% in the fall 2020 semester). Like you, we look forward to resuming additional operations as conditions allow.

All Majors are welcome to meet with UMass Lowell Transfer Admissions one-on-one on the Haverhill Campus. No registration needed

  • Tuesday, Nov. 16th 10:00am – 1:00pm Spurk Building C-Lobby

Save-the-Dates: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 pm

  • Mon., Dec. 6th – Lawrence Dimitry Building L-Atrium
  • Wed., Dec 8th – Haverhill Spurk Building C-Lobby

Transfer Admissions webpage -this includes a button for an online chat that is staffed from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

  • UML continues to accept the CommonApp for Transfers and the Coalition App. Applicants can identify as MassTransfer applicants with any of the application methods. The application fee waiver for Mass Transfer is at the end of the application in the fee payment section.

Virtual chat request form -Students can complete the form and indicate when and how they want to be contacted, basically requesting a 1-1 appointment.

Virtual Open House Series

Transfer Tuesday Events

Transfer Student Fairs

Get to know UML by taking a Virtual Tour

Schedule a one-on-one appointment

Application Deadlines & Updates

  • The priority deadline for the fall semester is Aug. 15
  • The priority deadline for the spring semester is Jan. 7

In addition to accepting applications from the Common Application and our Web Application, we now accept the Coalition Application.

Transfer Articulations:

Associates to Bachelors (A2B) Mapped Pathway:

UMass-Amherst

Do your research

The Isenberg School of Management is major-specific when it comes to GPA requirements, you can view this by major here.

Associates to Bachelors (A2B) Mapped Pathway:

Salem State University

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AACSB accreditation (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)

Undergraduate Admissions Deadlines

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One on One Virtual Appointments

Take a Virtual Tour

Virtual Transfer Open Houses

Contact person:

Don White

Director Student Success

Bertolon School of Business

978.542.6634 or 978.314.6143

Associates to Bachelors (A2B) Mapped Pathway:

Regis College

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You can complete your four-year degree with Regis College and stay at Northern Essex while you do it! Enjoy the convenience of staying on the NECC campus, access to NECC’s library, labs, tutoring centers, and seamlessly transfer your credits toward your bachelor’s degree.

We would welcome students and alumni to attend to learn more about turning their NECC credits into a bachelor’s degree with Regis North. Regis offers guaranteed admission for qualified students.

Regis College At A Glance

Take a Virtual Tour

Sign-up for a Virtual Info Session (Schedule of Events for Programs in business, marketing & communications, and Health)

  • Friday, September 17th 12:00 pm – All Programs (Marketing & Communication, Public Health, and Health Sciences)
  • Thursday October 7th, 7:30 pm – Public Health/Health Sciences
  • Tuesday, October 19th 11:00 am – Marketing & Communication
  • Wednesday, October 27th 7:30 pm – All Programs (Marketing & Communication, Public Health, and Heath Sciences).

For more information contact Hillary Trischitta, Assistant Director of Student Academic Counseling/Continuing Education Programs

  • Hillary Trischitta will be on the Lawrence campus on Tuesdays this fall semester located at 420 common street, 2nd floor in LH 207B. She welcomes walk-ins or planned appointments–please sign-up here

NECC Partner, Regis College, has a transfer articulation agreement for a AA Liberal Arts: Writing Degree to Regis’s Marketing and Communication Bachelor’s Degree pathway BA in Marketing and Communication Degree Program Completion at Regis College.

  • Click here to read more about common questions, career paths, and job responsibilities when pursuing a degree in Marketing and Communications in the Merrimack Valley.

Content created by Regis Faculty for NECC students:

NECC (AA in Business Transfer) to Regis BS (Bachelor of Science) in Financial Planning- Curriculum Map

View video on the NECC YouTube Channel.


Transfer Articulations:

Cambridge College

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Transfer Articulations:

AS: Accounting to BS: Managerial Accounting

 

Mass Transfer

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When you start at NECC and then transfer to a state university or a University of Massachusetts campus, you can take advantage of the MassTransfer Pathway. You can choose from three pathways:

  1. Gen Ed Foundation: complete 34 credits in the Gen Ed Foundation courses.
  2. A2B Degree: complete your associate degree in an approved program
  3. A2B +Commonwealth Commitment: attend college full time, earn your associate degree within two and a half years and your bachelor’s degree within two more years, and maintain a 3.0 GPA throughout the program.

All three MassTransfer Pathways offer great savings and a guaranteed transfer of credits. You may also be eligible for additional savings and benefits as well as guaranteed university admission with a certain GPA.

Mass Transfer Pathway

Associates to Bachelors (A2B) Mapped Pathway:

Suffolk University

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Transfer Articulations:

Transfer Equivalency 

 

 

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