Community College to University Pipelines

What is a 2+2 Pipeline?

This is a transfer option in which students spend two years at a community college and then two years at a university to earn a 4-year degree. Upon completion of a 2-year degree at a community college, students are eligible for guaranteed admission to a participating 4-year university via a Guaranteed Admission Agreement (GAA).

*Some additional criteria for guaranteed admission may apply. Visit the websites and links for more details.

Why pursue a 2+2 pathway?

The two-year community colleges in the link below offer robust academic supports to help ensure success after high school graduation and can help with preparation for a 4-year university. Additionally, the competitive tuition rates at 2-year institutions can help students save thousands compared to beginning at a 4-year institution.