AACC works closely with UMB to offer graduates a seamless transfer process. Here are a few of the advantages of starting at AACC:
Ready to develop your transfer plan? If you are a new student, apply to AACC to get started. Current students should speak with an AACC transfer advisor.
University of Maryland, Baltimore offers a variety of scholarships based on academic achievement, community leadership and service. You can learn more on the UMB scholarships webpage. The Conway Scholarship is available to students studying nursing.
UMB offers undergraduate programs in Nursing and Dental Hygiene. AACC and UMB have developed transfer agreements to ensure that you transfer successfully. If your program or major is not listed, you can work with a transfer advisor at AACC to create a custom transfer plan.
The transfer agreements listed below assist students transferring from AACC to UMB to complete a bachelor's degree. The select transfer agreements help specify which AACC courses you should take if you're planning to transfer to UMB for one of the listed programs.
School of Nursing Dual Admissions Agreement
Joint Admission and Enrollment Agreement, Physician Assistant Program