Articulation AgreementsManchester Community College has a number of articulation agreements in place to benefit the smooth transition of students from MCC to baccalaureate institutions. This webpage outlines procedures for establishing new agreements with MCC, a listing of current agreements (system-to-system, institution-to-institution, and program-to-program), and articulation contact information.
Procedure to Establish a New Articulation Agreement with MCC
- Contact Robert Turner, coordinator of transfer services, 860-512-3328 to initiate the process.
- A meeting will be convened with faculty, administrators, etc. from each institution to determine the feasibility and particulars of the agreement.
- A draft Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will be developed outlining the particulars of the agreement.
- Upon review and approval by the chief academic and/or executive officers (occasionally), the MOU will signed into effect with start and end dates clearly noted.
- Faculty, advisors, and students will be notified of the new agreement and the agreement will be added to the MCC website.
The following is a listing of active articulation agreements. Copies of most original documents are available in the Advising and Counseling Center, L 108.
|Dual Admission, Central Connecticut State University||All Programs / Majors Eligible|
|Dual Admission, Eastern Connecticut State University||All Programs /M ajors Eligible|
|Dual Admission, Southern Connecticut State University||All Programs /M ajors Eligible|
|Dual Admission, Western Connecticut State University||All Programs / Majors Eligible|
|Dual Admission, Saint Joseph College *||Business Accounting & Management/Social Work|
*Weekend Program (Saint Joseph College)
|Albertus Magnus College||Accounting & Business Administration Transfer, Business Administration|
|Bay Path College||Paralegal, Legal Studies|
|Central Connecticut State University||Hospitality & Tourism Studies|
|Charter Oak State College *||OTA, PTA, Respiratory Care and Surgical Technology|
|Elms College||Paralegal & Legal Studies|
|Fairfield University||Engineer Science Pathways Program|
|Johnson & Wales University||Travel Tourism & Hospitality Mgmt Majors and Culinary Arts|
|New England Culinary Institute||Culinary Arts Degree|
|Paul Smith’s College of Arts & Sciences||Hotel & Resort Tourism Mgmt, B.S. for students in Food Service Mgmt.|
|University of Connecticut||Accounting and Business Administration Transfer|
|University of Hartford||Accounting & Business Administration Transfer|
|University of Hartford||Business Administration Entrepreneurship Option|
|University of Hartford||Paralegal Studies|
|American International College||General Admission|
|Eastern Connecticut State University||College of Continuing Education, Management & Human Services|
|University of Connecticut||School of Liberal Arts & College of Agriculture & Natural Recourses|
Students interested in any of these programs should make an appointment with a counselor for more information.
Articulation Contact Information
For information regarding MCC articulation agreements, please contact Robert Turner, Coordinator of Transfer Services, at 860-512-3328.
For additional information, contact: Robert Turner