If you’re thinking about transferring to NCSU, consider the following questions to make sure they’re the right fit for you:
Does NCSU offer your major?
What are the General Education Requirements?
What are the Transfer Admissions Requirements?
Have you reviewed NCSU’s guide to transferring credits?
How will you pay for college?
Is NC State University the right fit for you?
Degree Plans for Community College Transfer Students
The link above will provide templates for College Transfer students earning an AA/AS degree who are interested in completing their bachelor’s degree at NC State University.
If you have more questions, explore NCSU’s website.
2+2 Transfer Programs in Agriculture
NC State University and Richmond Community College have signed articulation agreements for transfer programs in Agricultural Science and Poultry Science. In these programs, students complete two years at RCC, where they earn an associate degree, and then enter NC State as a junior to complete a bachelor’s degree. To learn more: