Students planning to transfer credit from York Technical College to other postsecondary institutions are responsible for confirming the transferability of courses with those institutions. Below you will find helpful transfer information for several four-year institutions in South and North Carolina and tips for a successful transfer. Click here for a list of universally transferable courses in South Carolina. View the Transfer Process Overview Chart to better understand how to transfer schools.

The Common Application is a single online college application form used by over 1,000 colleges and universities. Instead of filling out the same general information a dozen times, you only have to do it once. Search here to see if your desired school(s) accepts the Common App!

Requests for transcripts can be made through the York Tech Academic Records Office. Need assistance completing the application/enrollment process for your desired transfer school(s)? Schedule a “Transfer Services - Next Steps” appointment in Navigate.

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For the steps to transfer to each institution, please contact that University's Admissions department.


Success Tips for University Transfer Students

Here are a few things you can do throughout the academic year to ensure your success:

  • Know who your advisor is!
  • You can find the name and contact information for your academic advisor by logging into D2L, York Tech's online portal. After entering your username and password, select the Advisee tab under My Courses, then click on the course link. Your advisor's contact information will be listed on the Course Home page.

  • Registration begins in late October for the Spring semester.
  • Try to complete the MAP (My Academic Plan) on your own, and then meet with your advisor for feedback.
  • Schedule an appointment with Financial Aid to put together a plan to meet your goals! You can reach Financial Aid by calling the Call Center at 803-327-8008, or use the Express Lane System to make an appointment.

  • Utilize the Financial Aid Offer Comparison Worksheet to analyze your financial aid offers from each school.
  • Accept your financial aid and continue to work on your financial plan.
  • Don't borrow more than you need - only spend aid funds on tuition and books.

  • If you are transferring in the fall to a four-year program, begin working with that university.
  • Check in with your advisor as well.

  • Gather tax information for yourself (and your parents if you are under the age of 24) so you can complete your FAFSA for next year.

  • Complete and submit the FAFSA.
  • Check the YTC calendar for the FAFSA Frenzy schedule, where you can get free, professional help filling out the form.

  • Register for Summer and Fall classes.