The University Studies Program is designed for students enrolled in the Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate in Engineering (A.E.), or Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A.) degree that want to continue their education as juniors at a university. Please use the links on the left to access your degree requirements.
The transfer programs offered at Sandhills Community College fall under Comprehensive Articulation Agreements or Uniform Articulation Agreements between the North Carolina Community Colleges and universities of the UNC system. For a list of Articulation Agreements, please go to Transfer Resources. On that Transfer Resources page, you will also find other useful information that will help you transfer to a UNC university.
If you are interested in pursuing a major in agriculture or life sciences at North Carolina State University, please check the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) PackTrac program. PackTrac allows SCC students to transfer into selected programs at CALS. Students must successfully complete the Associate in Science at Sandhills Community College by taking the courses listed here.
Students interested in transferring to a North Carolina private college or university should go to the Private College Transfer page.
Transfer students who have started PRIOR to Fall 2014 and who have been continuously enrolled at SCC in an A.A., A.F.A., or A.S. degree program. You are under a Comprehensive Articulation Agreement referred to as the Old CAA (last revised June 2010) and you will need to contact Professor Catherine Skura, University Studies Coordinator for your degree requirements.
Sandhills also offers Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees that will transfer into university-designated baccalaureate degree programs under bi-lateral agreements. For more information, please go to Applied Science Transfer Agreements.
On the Sandhills campus, students can also earn Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from two universities (UNC-Pembroke and St. Andrews University). For more information, go to Earn a Bachelor’s or Master’s.
Contact Information Pinehurst Campus
Academic and Program Information
Professor Catherine Skura, University Studies Coordinator
207-208 Stone Hall
Associate in Engineering Degree Program
Professor Jeanne Morse
104 Meyer Hall
Associate in Fine Arts In Visual Arts
Professor Lori Lorion
002 Kennedy Hall
Associate in Fine Arts in Music
Professor Ryan Book
126 Wellard Hall
Professor Tim Nocton
232 Dempsey Center
CALS PACKTRAC Program
Ryan Riggan, Recruiter and CALS Contact
127B Stone Hall
Contact Information Hoke Campus
Rosa McAllister-McRae, Director, Student Services Hoke Center, Personal Counselor
112 Johnson Hall, Hoke Center