Home The Transfer Center

The Transfer Center

This webpage is designed as a resource for our current students majoring in the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Fine Arts programs. The information shared is to assist with the successful transition from Vance-Granville Community College to the 4-year college or university of your choice. Upcoming events and services that benefit our college transfer students will also be shared here.

Transfer Chronicles

Check out this editions Transfer Chronicles, a newsletter to keep VGCC College Transfer students informed about opportunities to prepare you for the next level.

Transfer Chronicles: Volume 1, Fall 2021
Transfer Chronicles: Volume 2, Spring 2022

Transfer Toolbox

Gather information about Articulation Agreements at Vance-Granville Community College.

VGCC Partnerships
The NC State Community College Collaboration (C3) is a dual-admission, dual-enrollment program between NC State University and Vance-Granville Community College in addition to seven other regional community college partners. C3 is intended for community college students from low-to-moderate income backgrounds with demonstrated potential for academic success who aspire to transfer to NC State after completing their associate degree.

C3 provides academic and program support for students during their time in community college and prepares them for a successful transition to NC State and timely completion of a bachelor’s degree.

Post-Baccalaureate Degree Course Options

If you have a bachelor’s degree and would like to enroll in Vance-Granville to complete prerequisites for graduate or professional school, review the guidelines below for visiting students with a bachelor’s degree.


  • You must have a BA or BS degree; and
  • You only wish to enroll in a few courses.

Important: Students who are not pursuing a degree at Vance-Granville are not eligible for financial aid.


Many students come to Vance-Granville after completing their undergraduate degree. Typically, they need a few courses to prepare for admission to graduate school or professional school.

The most commonly needed courses are Anatomy and Physiology (I and II), Microbiology, Statistics, Pathophysiology, Psychology, and Sociology.

We want to facilitate the process for students who have a degree and need only a few courses. Therefore, we created an admission code (T90990) so that students will be assigned an advisor and will be able to enroll in the courses they need in a timely manner.

View enrollment steps for special/visiting students.