The Collin Higher Education Center offers a variety of degree programs from four Texas universities - Texas A&M University-Commerce, Texas Woman’s University, University of North Texas, and The University of Texas at Dallas.
Students who have already earned an associate degree or have a substantial number of college academic credit hours should review the list of baccalaureate degrees offered at the Collin Higher Education Center (CHEC). For more information, call the CHEC Student Services Center at 972.599.3100. To make an appointment with a university contact, please use this website.
Students who have earned a bachelor's degree should review the list of graduate programs for program information. For more information, call the CHEC Student Services Center at 972.599.3100. To make an appointment with a university contact, please use this website. A good starting point for potential graduate students is to prepare for and take the GRE or GMAT (for management degrees). In addition, get your resume updated and consider who could write letters of recommendation for your application to graduate school.
Collin College offers freshman and sophomore courses that will transfer into baccalaureate programs offered by Collin Higher Education Center partner universities. When selecting those courses, use the degree plans established between Collin College and the university offering the bachelor's degree at the CHEC. Freshman and sophomore courses are not available at the CHEC, but are taught at the Central Park, Preston Ridge, and Spring Creek campuses. Click here to apply for admission and register at Collin College.
Collin College has pre-admission partnership agreements with each of the four universities at the Collin Higher Education Center. These agreements allow Collin College transfer students the opportunity to complete freshman and sophomore requirements while enrolled at Collin College and experience certain university benefits. Each pre-admission partnership includes privileges for Collin College students. Benefits include personalized advising, guaranteed tuition rate, scholarship opportunities, access to partner libraries, and student rate and/or free attendance to cultural and athletic events. For more information about pre-admission partnerships, please call 972.985.3734 or visit http://transferu.collin.edu/ub.html.
Reverse transfer is a process by which students who transfer to a university prior to earning an associate degree can transfer credit hours back to Collin College and earn an associate of arts, associate of science, or an associate of arts in teaching degree. When graduation requirements for an associate degree are met, send a university transcript to Collin College and petition for graduation.
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