Students at RACC can benefit from the College's strong relationships with the four-year colleges in Berks County. While many students choose to stay close to home when they transfer, RACC credits transfer to schools around the country.
For more information on any of the opportunities outlined below, you can visit Transfer Services in Berks Hall, Room 209, or contact Jane Dietrich.
In addition to traditional transfer opportunities, RACC also has a Dual Admissions agreement with Albright. RACC students who graduate with an Associate of Arts degree and a minimum 2.0 grade-point average are eligible for dual admissions. Academic scholarships are available for dual admissions students who enroll in a full-time day program.
- Learn more about Dual Admissions at Albright
- View the Transfer Guide for Traditional Day Program
- Learn about the Accelerated Degree Programs
Alvernia welcomes traditional transfers and dual admissions students into its day or evening programs. To be eligible for Dual Admissions, RACC students must graduate with a 2.0 GPA, which also qualifies them for an academic scholarship.
In addition to traditional transfer opportunities, RACC students can utilize our Dual Admissions agreement with Kuztown. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required, although some programs require a higher GPA. Academic scholarships are available for dual admissions students.
Penn State Berks
Penn State Berks has a Nanoscience program-to-program agreement for RACC graduates that includes a capstone semester studying at Penn State's main campus. Additionally, there are outlined pathways for Criminal Justice, Psychology and Business majors.
Students from other programs can learn more about the transfer of general education courses in this Transfer Guide. Please note PSU Berks has made changes to its Math equivalency courses, which can be found here.