Transfer Equivalency Self-Service is a tool that can help you estimate which credits may apply to a chosen degree at Umpqua Community College. Transcripts must still be submitted to, and evaluated by, the Registrar’s Office for official transfer credit. Directions for transferring credit may be found on the Transferring to UCC webpage.
- If you are unsure of which degree to choose, select AAOT. It is the broadest transfer degree Umpqua Community College offers.
- Any credits received beyond 10 years, should be assigned to the oldest term possible.
- Note that all classes are not in our system. You may still get credit once your official transcripts have been evaluated.
- Refer to the How to Guide for additional information.
This tool is available on our internal website for current student access.
This report should be used as a guide to help you understand how your transfer classes may equate to classes here and to how those classes may apply to degree requirements. The Registrar’s Office may be contacted for assistance in interpreting this report.