Transfer Credits from Community College in North Carolina to DeVry

Apply qualifying credits you’ve earned to a program at DeVry University. Linked below are North Carolina community colleges, independent two-year institutions, technical schools and other entities for which DeVry has developed transfer guides that provide a list of course equivalencies. Other transfer tools designed to help you better understand which credits from these institutions may transfer to DeVry are articulation agreements and/or Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs), which may also include course equivalences to help you plan your academic journey.

In addition, other institutions students have attended prior to transferring to DeVry are listed below. Your prior credit is evaluated individually to maximize your transferable credit,1 and even if your institution or academic program isn’t listed, your qualifying credits may transfer. Contact a DeVry University admissions representative to learn more about transferring your credit and to receive your complimentary transfer credit evaluation.

Transfer Guides

Through its two types of Transfer Guides, DeVry helps you see how qualifying credits from your prior college courses may apply at DeVry to help you take your education to the next level sooner.

  • DeVry’s Transfer Advantage60 (TA60) Transfer Guides help students with qualifying associate degrees transfer 60 credit hours toward one of two DeVry bachelor’s degree programs. Learn more about this block credit transfer option through DeVry’s Transfer Advantage60 Pledge.
  • DeVry’s other Transfer Guides help applicants with any number of prior college credits determine how that qualifying credit may be applied to DeVry program requirements.

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A Transfer Pathway to Reignite Your Education and Future

The Following Are Schools That Students Commonly Attend Prior to Transferring to DeVry:

North Carolina Community College System

Alamance Community College
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College
Beaufort County Community College
Bladen Community College
Blue Ridge Community College
Brunswick Community College
Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute
Cape Fear Community College
Carteret Community College
Catawba Valley Community College
Central Carolina Community College
Central Piedmont Community College
Cleveland Community College
Coastal Carolina Community College
College of the Albemarle
Craven Community College
Davidson County Community College
Durham Technical Community College
Edgecombe Community College

Fayetteville Technical Community College
Forsyth Technical Community College
Gaston College
Guilford Technical Community College
Halifax Community College
Haywood Community College
Isothermal Community College
James Sprunt Community College
Johnston Community College
Lenoir Community College
Martin Community College
Mayland Community College
McDowell Technical Community College
Mitchell Community College
Montgomery Community College
Nash Community College
Pamlico Community College
Piedmont Community College
Pitt Community College

Randolph Community College
Richmond Community College
Roanoke-Chowan Community College
Robeson Community College
Rockingham Community College
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
Sampson Community College
Sandhills Community College
Southeastern Community College
Southwestern Community College
Stanly Community College
Surry Community College
Tri-County Community College
Vance-Granville Community College
Wake Technical Community College
Wayne Community College
Western Piedmont Community College
Wilkes Community College
Wilson Community College

1At the time of application to the next credential level, an evaluation of qualifying transfer credit will occur and the most beneficial outcome will be applied.