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Special Event:

Find your perfect university at the Transfer Fair!  


To Be Announced Soon, Loftin Student Center, Fiesta Room


Check our Events Calendar to visit with a four-year university representative when they are on campus.

CLICK HERE if you are interested in scheduling an appointment with a SAC Transfer Advisor

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The Transfer Center at San Antonio College provides a variety of resources for students planning to make a transfer from  community college to a four-year  university.
Students may obtain:

  • Transfer guides for specific majors,
  •  Information about local Joint Admissions Agreements,
  •  Educational directories,
  • University catalogs and  Web resources 
  •  Admissions applications and scholarship information. 

 Additionally, the center arranges student appointments with various university admissions representatives. The biannual Transfer Fair provides an opportunity for  students to meet with representatives of universities. San Antonio College makes every effort to assist students wishing to transfer.  It is up to the student to consult with the senior college or university to ensure appropriate courses are taken.  

Transferring from community college to a four year university? Visit! Transfer 101



 Link to Transfer Checklist in PDF format


Don't Just Transfer, Graduate!


Fri., March 5th
Priority application deadline to be entered to win $500 "Be SAC Proud" scholarship.

Fri., March 13th 
Online application closes on ACES.

Fri., March 20th
Graduation Packets due.   

 April 6th-10th
Cap & Gown Pick-up

Sat., May 9th, 2015
ommencement Ceremony

Meet with a Counselor or faculty advisor to find out about getting your Associate degree based on a transfer plan. 
See   Graduation Advising.

To access previous website information, click here.   


 Step one – Start Early and Plan Ahead

Begin investigating universities as soon as you enroll at San Antonio College. Counselors are available to help you to define your short- and long-term goals. They can advise you regarding course placement or course sequencing. Counselors are available to answer questions and direct you to other resources on campus as needed.

Step two – Choose an Institution

  • Talk with a counselor from the Counseling Center 
  • Obtain degree plans and course equivalency guides for the major and universities that you are considering
  • Utilize the catalogs, computers and transfer related materials located in the Transfer Center.
  • Your first factors to consider should be:
    1. Availability of majors
    2. Location of the university
    3. Size of the university
    4. Is the university public or private?
    5. Costs - to include tuition, financial aid and possible scholarship information
    6. Admissions requirements - G.P.A. and due dates for admission application
    7. Availability of Student Housing

Step three – Research Your Options

The more that you know about your school choices the sooner you can decide if that institution is a good fit for you. Additional factors you should consider are:

  1. Admission requirements – G.P.A. requirements
  2. Policies regarding repeated courses & G.P.A. calculation
  3. Does a grade of "D" transfer?
  4. Minimum and maximum transfer credits accepted
  5. Talk to a university representative
  6. After visiting the campus, can you picture yourself there as a student?
  7. All related tuition and living costs
  8. Individual class size

Step four – Get Organized

The transfer process involves many deadlines. It is very important to know when these deadlines are so that your transfer can go as smoothly as possible. The deadlines you will need to find out about include but are not limited to:

Application deadline
 • Financial Aid deadline
 • Scholarship Requirements and deadlines
 • Housing Application deadlines

Always make and keep a copy of everything you submit to an institution. It is also a good idea to note the date and person you speak to and the information that you discussed. This will help you to stay better organized.

Step five - Develop Your Plan

If you have done your homework as we have suggested, you are keeping good records, and you are aware of your deadlines, then you are well on your way to a successful transfer.

Choose your courses carefully. If your first transfer university choice is highly selective you may want to have a secondary transfer plan. Remember it is never too early to start planning your future. 

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Contact Information

Cassandra Segura
Advising Team Leader

Creative/Communication Arts
Transfer and Career Center (TRAC)

Phone:  210-486-1500
Location:  Moody Learning Center, 1st Floor