So you think you might transfer? I talk to students all the time who say they’re interested in transferring, but they don’t want to start planning. Not yet. Not now. They don’t have time to think about it now, or plan for it now, and decide on it now. But…what if you don’t have time not to plan now?! Students who plan their transfer from the beginning are more likely to experience a smooth, seamless transfer. Ask yourself the questions below to get yourself off to a great start here at ACC and beyond.
Questions to Ask Yourself
What is your career path? Decide whether you’d like to pursue a Liberal Arts & Sciences degree (such as English, Biology, or Psychology) versus an engineering, nursing, business, music or computer science degree. The earlier you decide your path, the more time and money you can save!
What is your timeline? Determine when you will complete your Associate’s degree and when you plan to transfer to a 4-year institution.
How will your credits transfer? Meet with your 2-year advisor and an Admissions Counselor at the school of your choice to understand how your credits will transfer from the 2-year program to your school of choice.
Learn about the transfer process – NOW!
Want to know more about how your credits will transfer? Want to learn about the admissions process and financial aid process at the 4-year university? Get answers to these questions at the upcoming FALL TRANSFER FAIR! Wednesday, October 4th from 10:30am – 1:30pm in the Summit Room of the Littleton campus.
by Shari Culver, ACC Career and Transfer Counselor
Laura has been teaching at ACC for eighteen years. Her discipline is in English composition and literature, while also tutoring at the ACC Writing Center. The main reasons she has taught at ACC for so long are the rewarding professional relationships with colleagues and our fantastic, inspiring students.
She observes how important it is that different services of the college all work together to help students succeed. As an instructor, Laura can count on the many college services that ACC offers, such as the librarians, tutoring, advisors, Veterans Services, and Student Life to help her students achieve their goals.
The opportunity to work with a diverse body of students, is just one of the many benefits Laura has experienced here at ACC. The availability of professional development opportunities offered by the college and the opportunity to work a flexible schedule that has allowed Laura to raise her two sons while working at ACC are the reasons why she values ACC. “It has been my privilege over these past several years to work with the professional staff and faculty at ACC, and it has been a joy to see so many students grow as learners and progress in their career goals,” said Laura.
To fellow professionals, she would say that ACC is a rewarding environment in which to teach. To parents and students, she would say that ACC is a great place to explore different interests and possible career paths. ACC is a place for students to gain confidence and work towards goals in a supportive environment. Laura is ACC!
Are back after summer or new to ACC this fall? You may have noticed we’re doing some construction on the 3rd floor of the main building on the Littleton campus. We’re building brand new, state-of-the-art science labs to enhance your education and give you a better learning experience.
Feeling a little lost finding your classes, let our Director of Student Life, Dan Balski, help you find our temporary labs.
Take a look at our progress. Enjoy some recent photos of the construction zone. We’ve come a very long way! They’re putting up walls!
Curious to see how far we’ve come? Read our first construction update. Wondering where we’re headed? Get a sneak peek of a smaller scale project we finished in May at our Parker Campus.
Thank you for your continued patience. We’ll continue to update you on the progress of the labs and the 3rd floor. Check back here (on the ACC blog) for future information.